I'm 99% sure that won't work. The Infotainment system is designed to receive specific types of data via bluetooth, such as music files, voice from cellphones, and handle that data appropriately. The infotainment unit is not an android compatible device, capable of downloading an app from the Android Playstore/App Store, which is required from TPMS systems that are cellphone compatible with Android/iOS apps.
The bluetooth TPMS type system needs a cellphone or tablet to work. The problem I had with that option is that I would have to remember to launch the app all the time. I wanted a system that I don't have to think about. I want it to just work when I drive, having a dedicated screen for that purpose, being less distracting. So I spent a little more for the TST system, $379.