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  1. A New Android Auto Version Is Now Available with More Mysterious Improvements Google has just released a new Android Auto version, but as per the company’s typical approach, no changelog is included, which means users will have to figure out what’s been improved on their own. Android Auto 6.4 is therefore now available for download for everybody, though it’s very important to keep in mind that the rollout via the Google Play Store takes place gradually and the new version may not show up for all users just yet. If you don’t want to wait f
  2. Android Auto's split-screen feature is now live It only works on wide screens, though About a week ago, we reported Android Auto would receive a bunch of new features, including a new privacy mode and in-car games. A split-screen mode was also in the making, which has now rolled out to users. The new mode is available for cars with a widescreen view, which lets you display two apps at the same time without having to switch back and forth between the two. The main app is displayed on the left side of the screen, as it would have appeared previously, whi
  3. Android Auto’s biggest upgrade ever is finally rolling out It has a darker design and more multitasking capabilities. Earlier this year at Google I/O, Google announced a big upgrade to Android Auto, its smartphone-powered car interface and competitor to Apple's CarPlay. Now, around three months later, the interface is finally rolling out to the general public via an app update. This version of Android Auto represents the interface's first major upgrade since its launch in 2014. The biggest change to this new version of Android Auto is the way the
  4. A new bottom bar lets you control music and maps at the same time. Google I/O is going to kick off later today, but before the big show starts, Google has pushed out an early announcement: Android Auto is getting a new look. Google's update won't arrive until "This summer," but we get screenshots today showing all the significant new additions. Google says, "The new interface is built to help you get on the road faster, show more useful information at a glance, and simplify common tasks while driving." In previous versions of Android Auto, a system bar
  5. Samsung Galaxy S10 Said to Break Down Android Auto If you just bought a Samsung Galaxy S10 and Android Auto is no longer working in your car, you’re not alone. Because as it turns out, this is one of the widespread issues experienced by those who purchase the new Galaxy S10, with a discussion thread on Samsung’s community forumsindicating there are actually plenty of customers who can no longer use the phone with their cars. The errors that users encounter vary from one case to another, but most of the complains indicate that Android Auto no longer starts when con
  6. Fix for Google Assistant's connection issues with Android Auto now rolling out Google is finally rolling out a fix for an issue pertaining to the Google Assistant in Android Auto, specifically faced by users on Android 10. The update to the Google app fixes a bug where the assistant would cite connection issues when tasked with sending messages via voice using Android Auto. The issue was first reported back in January on Android Auto’s support forums by a user running Android 10 (OneUI 2) on a Galaxy Note9. However, the issue was upvoted by more t
  7. Android 11 phones will summon Android Auto wirelessly, no need to pull out your device Google added Android Auto’s wireless connection feature in 2018 Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Apple CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto both seem pretty useful for drivers — simply plug in your phone to charge, and it’ll link up with your car’s bigger touchscreen to give you directions to your doctor’s appointment, play music from your Spotify playlist, or send a text. Google also has an easier version that lets you
  8. But maybe not for long Google recently integrated Android Auto with the Android 10 operating system, removing the need for a separate app. But this meant that Android 10 users who own a car with a non-compatible head unit would no longer be able to use Android Auto just on their phone, which was possible in the past. So in September, Google promised it would release a new standalone Android Auto app specifically for Android 10 users, and today, that app finally hit the Play Store. Bluntly named “Android Auto for Phone Screens,” the new app is only co
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