How to connect android auto wireless?
Android Auto serves as a seamless interface for connected cars, extending the functionality of our smartphone operating systems to enhance driving safety. With Wireless Android Auto, you can effortlessly connect to a larger touchscreen in your car, providing directions, playing music from your Spotify playlist, or sending text messages without reaching for your phone.
To connect Android Auto wirelessly, just follow these simple steps:
- Turn on your car and enable Bluetooth on both your phone and car.
- Connect your phone to your car via Bluetooth.
- Open the Android Auto app on your phone, select the wireless connection option, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.
Once the initial setup is done, your phone will automatically connect to Android Auto whenever it's in range.
Why is my wireless Android Auto not working in car?
Unfortunately, no wireless system is completely stable. When wireless Android Auto doesn't work or keeps failing, you get really annoyed. There are several factors that can affect your wireless Android Auto connection (such as mobile phone, car compatibility). If your wireless Android Auto does not work, you can try the following common troubleshooting methods to fix the wireless Android Auto.
1. Make sure you have compatible devices
a) Make sure you are connecting a wireless Android Auto compatible car or aftermarket receiver.
If you are unsure, please contact your local car dealer
b) Make sure your country supports wireless Android Auto.
Google Assistant for Android Auto is available in the following countries:
- Canada (English)
- India (English)
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- United States
c) Make sure your phone has the Android Auto app.
i. Those below Android 9 need to go to Google Play to download the Android Auto app. Starting with Android 10, Android Auto is built into phones.
ii. Make sure your phone has 5GHz Wi-Fi.
2. Keep Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Location Services turned on
Wireless Android Auto requires pairing your phone with the car via BT, then transfers data over Wi-Fi. Make sure your car's infotainment system and your phone are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
3. Check for Interference
Wireless signals can be affected by interference. Ensure there are no other devices causing signal interference in the vicinity.
4. Check the app Permissions
Check if the Android Auto app on your phone has the necessary permissions, including location access.
5. Reboot the phone
For most phones, press and hold the power button for 30 seconds or tap Restart on the screen to reboot.
6. Reboot or reset your infotainment system
Some cars can bootup cleanly with every turn the key. So you are able to look in your manual whether there is a way to restart the system
7. Update the phone system
The latest operating system improves from the issues that the old system may have. In order for everything to work well, please make sure your phone's operating system is the newest version
8. Update Android Auto
Outdated versions of Android Auto could cause various issues on some devices. Update Android Auto to the latest version from the Google Play Store.
9. Clear storage/cache
Clear cache/storage for Android Auto app, Google app, Google Play services and Google Play Store
10. Check your connected car
Go to Settings > Advanced Features > Android Auto > Connected Car. Please check here that your car is not on the rejection list.
11. Uninstall and reinstall Android Auto
Although your Android Auto may be the newest version, app becomes corrupted will be happened. Removing Android Auto and then installing it again may be the solution.
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