If you want to play Pandora or other Apps from an Android phone like the LG G6 to play on the Nissan Rogue (2016), you first need to pair the two devices together over Bluetooth since a USB connection won't work.
You need to first press the Settings button on the Nissan Rogue (2016) and select the Bluetooth menu.
Make sure 'Bluetooth' is turned on in the Bluetooth Settings menu.
To pair the LG G6, select 'Add Phone' in the Bluetooth Settings menu.
Once you select 'My Car' you can then make sure that the Bluetooth pairing request passkey number shown on the phone matches the PIN shown on the car.
Once paired, you can then start to play audio and make calls from your phone to the Nissan Rogue (2016).
Once you open the NissanConnect App, you'll need choose your language, accept the Terms and Conditions, and sign in or create a new NissanConnect account.
If you open up 'Manage My Apps', you can see which Apps are supported by NissanConnect.
It's important to understand that you need to install the App itself separately since NissanConnect doesn't do that for you. If you haven't downloaded any Apps and you press the Apps button on the Nissan Rogue (2016), you'll see a message asking you to select Apps using the NissanConnect App (it should also state you need to download the apps).
Here we download and install Pandora from Google Play.
Once Pandora has been installed on the phone, we can see the Apps updating on the car and Pandora showing up.
If you then sign into Pandora and play any song, you can see from the Pandora App that it's communicating with an accessory.
You can then also not only see the song you are playing from Pandora on the car, but you can interact and control the Pandora App using the car's buttons as well.
Unfortunately the NissanConnect App only supports a limited number of Apps, but perhaps in the future Nissan will support larger platforms like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.