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Android Auto has over the recent past experienced rapid growth to become a staple platform for keeping drivers connected to their cars.
Today, you no longer need your phone to call a friend when on the wheel. Android Auto not only lets you communicate with your friend hands-free, but also play music and even navigate through Maps and Waze.
Of course, with every new update to the standalone app, Google strives to add new features, improve existing ones as well as address some annoying bugs, issues and problems faced by users.
But since Google doesn’t make Android Auto-powered cars and only writes the software, at times new feature additions and even bugs/issues that arise require the intervention of the actual car makers.
Keeping track of if and when the various players involved will be addressing a certain bug, issue or problem can be a daunting task. It gets even harder with making follow-ups to issues raised by users.
In this article, though, we’ve simplified it by putting everything you need to know about the current status of Android Auto bugs, issues and problems that have been raised in one place.
As expected, we will regularly update this article with new info whenever there are fresh developments, so be sure to bookmark it so that you don’t miss out.
Update (March 17)
11:03 am IST: Google says the issue where audio of media playing on Android Auto comes out through phone speakers instead of car speakers was addressed in the 6.1 update.
11:20 am IST: Google is also rolling out a new Android Auto update to version 6.2 and with it comes the following changes:
• Improved Do Not Disturb functionality.
• Dark mode on car UI is now independent from the phone.
• Bug fixes and other Improvements.
If the OTA hasn’t hit your unit, probably going for the APK version here would do. Who knows, maybe some of the most annoying issues have been dealt with, so let us know about it too.
Update (March 19)
03:40 pm IST: According to a report by Auto Evolution, Audible has addressed the annoying issue that reset audiobooks back to first page in Android Auto with a back-end update to the app.
Update (April 05)
04:08 pm IST: 1. Some devices running Android 11 like the Oppo Find X and the OnePlus Nord are having trouble connecting to Android Auto. Thankfully, the issue has already been escalated.
2. “Liked songs” on Spotify are failing to play on Android Auto for some users because the loading screen doesn’t end. Thankfully, the issue has already been addressed with the Spotify app version 8.6.14.
3. Some users report that Android Auto blasts the last played song at full volume randomly even after disconnecting. The issue has fortunately been fixed with Android Auto v6.2. Hence you would want to update your app.
4. The Android Auto temperature/weather has stopped working with the latest Android update on Samsung S9+ for several users. The issue has been escalated to the relevant team already though and a fix should roll out soon.
5. Some users report that Google Assistant on Android Auto does not read text messages but asks if the user wants to reply. The issue has already been addressed and you would want to hop onto the latest Android Auto version.
6. Android Auto weather location is stuck on some users’ hometown on Google Pixel devices. The issue has been forwarded to the concerned team for investigation.
7. Users from multiple different devices have reported that Android Auto doesn’t play Youtube Music even though it’s selected as the default music app. Thankfully, the Google Assistant team has already addressed the issue.
Update (April 20)
04:34 pm IST: The latest Android Auto update has been claimed by a Product Expert to fix some of the connectivity issues on Android 11. More details here.
Update (May 17)
04:49 pm IST: Android Auto users are facing renewed connectivity issues following a recent update. The app fails to launch or seems to force disconnect Wi-Fi. The likely culprit seems to be Android Auto 6.4 but without an official confirmation, one can’t really be too sure.
04:56 pm IST: Several users have reported that following a call, the music starts playing from the phone itself instead of Android Auto. Thankfully, the issue has been escalated.
05:10 pm IST: A few users have reported that Android Auto keeps moving from File Transfer USB connection to “no transfer” on the Google Pixels. The issue has been fixed now so just update your Android Auto app.
05:12 pm IST: Several users report that outgoing audio doesn’t work on calls initiated using Google Assistant due to an erroneous message that reads “To use car mic, end other calls”. The issue has been possibly fixed.
Update (May 20)
02:11 pm IST: In case you’re wondering about the latest status about all of the bugs and issues plaguing Android Auto currently, you would want to check out this forum post.
Update (June 09)
05:54 pm IST: 1. Several Samsung Galaxy S21 users have reported that their Android Auto crashes when the phone is unlocked. The issue has been escalated.
2. Following an official acknowledgment back in February for the “Spotify doesn’t seem to be working right now” issue, a Community Specialist now has the following to say:
Thanks for reporting this issue. It would be great if you could send us a bug report from your phone to diagnose the root cause of the issue. We’ll send an email with the instructions on how to capture a bug report. Please reply directly to the email with your information.
3. Some users report that the music output switches to phone after call is disconnected on Android Auto and here’s the latest response so far.
4. Some users were having trouble with voice commands with navigation which shouldn’t be the case anymore as a fix has now been rolled out with the Android Auto 6.4 update.
5. As per recent complaints, the outgoing audio not working issue on calls initiated using Google Assistant seems to persist despite a fix being rolled out a while back.
6. Android Auto does not connect to 2020 Honda CRV after an update to Android 11 on the Pixel 2XL? A user now says that it has been fixed.
Update (June 15)
06:15 pm IST: Samsung and Android Auto are a pretty unreliable combo and have seen a range of issues in the recent past. Thankfully, Samsung is set to fix Android Auto problems on its phones with the upcoming July 2021 security update.
Update (June 22, 2022)
02:02 pm IST: A bunch of issues are being reported by users of Android Auto and in this update, we shall be outlining some of them. These reported issues include:
Choppy music when switching apps when Android Auto is connected via Wi-Fi, Failure to connect at all following update to Android 11 for Pixel 2 XL and newer Samsung devices, Google Maps stuck at “loading route”, Android Auto crashing when the Galaxy S21 Ultra locks screen and text messages alerts not working.
Update (June 23)
06:33 pm IST: There is a fix available for those facing issues like unresponsive Google Maps, music stutterring, and overall system slow with Android Auto. It seems changing the Bluetooth AVRCP version to 1.4 from 1.6 in the Developer options might fix the said issues with Android Auto.
I’ve been having issues with wireless android auto (music stuttering, Google maps being unresponsive or the whole system being slow.) in my 2021 5 Series using Samsung S21 ultra
I manage to find a fix and I hope it will help everyone else that has the same issue.
In your phone settings, go to developer options and change the Bluetooth AVRCP version from 1.6 to 1.4.
After changing this setting I stopped having issues and everything is working well.
Update (July 09)
IST 11:23 am: Some Android Auto users now report that their Google Maps remains stuck at the loading route screen. Others complain of an issue where Assistant fails to give location-based results. More on that here.
Update (July 21)
IST 07:00 pm: The Android Auto Google Maps zoom not working with control knob issue is still at large, Google is also still working to fix this problem. Head here for more details.
Update (July 22)
IST 10:40 am: Those with the Sync 3.1 and 3.2 hardware are adviced to get in touch with Ford customer support if they are facing an issue where there is no sound for incoming calls in Android Auto.
Thanks for all the reports on this issue. The Ford team had prepared a fix for vehicles with Sync 3.1 and 3.2 hardware. Please reach out to the Ford customer support team to learn more about the timeline or other details. Thanks!
Also, those using Nissan vehichles are to visit dealership for software updates as the issue where Spotify songs cut out on Android Auto has been fixed by the relevant Nissan team.
Thanks for the feedback. The Nissan team has addressed a fix for this issue. The team mentioned that the head unit system will confirm updates to their server and download new software automatically.
We suggest you visit the dealership and check for software updates. Thanks!
Update (July 24)
IST 05:19 pm: In case you’re facing issues using Spotify via AnyAutoAudio to play music in your Android Auto-supported vehicle, then you can follow this user-suggested workaroud:
Enable developer mode in android auto and check the box to allow unsigned apps. (Source)
Launch the Android Auto app.
Tap the top left menu and select About. Tap About Android Auto 10 times to unlock Developer Mode. Select top right menu and check if there’s Developer settings. Select Developer settings and scroll down to Unknown sources try this as it worked for me, ensure you close/force close all apps and re open it. (Source)
Update (July 27)
IST 05:45 pm: A Google community specialist has revealed that Samsung will finally start fixing the issues with Android Auto on its S21 Ultra models starting September as part of the Maintenance release instead of the monthly security updates.
Samsung has only released a security update in July which does not contain the fix for this issue. Samsung will roll out fix for this issue starting September as part of Maintenance release(MR) and not in monthly security updates. (Source)
Update (July 30)
IST 12:45 pm: It is coming to light that a section Android Auto users are still facing the issue where steering wheel controls don’t work. The bug was reportedly fixed but users are still reportedly facing it.
Update (July 31)
IST 04:59 pm: A fresh report highlights the possibility that Google may have fixed a major bug with Android Auto that caused the audio to cut out when switching apps while using the service in wireless mode.
Update (August 05)
IST 04:25 pm: A fresh report highlights that the missing weather icon has still not been fixed even after the latest update or server-side patches. Google is, however, still working on it.
Update (August 07)
IST 06:34 pm: The Android Auto known issues page was recently updated and it’s now confirmed that the team is working on a fix for the issue where Google Assistant would say show the error ‘Something went wrong, please try again’ when triggered, apart from a number of other issues.
Update (August 11)
IST 04:54 pm: Many Android Auto users have noticed that phone calls have stopped appearing on their phones when connected to Android Auto. Responding to one such complaint on the community forums, a specialist claimed the following:
Thanks for reaching out to us. We would like to inform you that when connected to Android Auto, for any incoming/outgoing calls, the caller details will be visible on the head unit only and not on the phone as this is an intended behavior. (Source)
Update (August 16)
IST 04:07 pm: One individual suggested stopping using Google Maps to fix the problem where Android Auto keeps crashing. This might not be feasible for some, however, if you don’t mind trying out other services, you might want to give it a shot.
You will have to stop the Google Maps app completely. It is the one that causes Android Auto to crash. Stop the Maps app. Click on Disable the application. I did not delete it and I’m sure it can be deleted but that was enough. Once I plugged the device into the car everything worked as smooth as a baby’s ass. (Source)
Update (August 20)
IST 02:20 pm: Users were facing an issue where Android Auto was not reading out messages but the same has now been fixed by the Google Assistant team. Head here for more details regarding the same.
Update (August 23)
IST 07:30 pm: Android Auto users have reported issues with Google Maps giving wrong roundabout directions to drivers. Another bug is causing Google Maps to automatically switch vehicle layout to left-hand drive.
Google has escalated both issues but there is no ETA in sight. You can read more about it here.
Update (August 27)
IST 12:30 pm: Users of Samsung devices are reportedly still facing the issue where Android Auto temperature or weather stops working even on the latest version of Android Auto.
This, despite assurance by a Community Specialist that the Android Auto team implemented fixes in the app.
Update (September 03)
IST 04:15 pm: According to recent reports from Google Support community, the Assistant team has fixed the issue where Google Assistant was not fetching location-based results with the latest Google app update.
IST 04:30 pm: It looks like Google has finally fixed the much dreaded Google Assistant ‘Something went wrong’ error affecting numerous Android Auto users. You can read more about it here.
Update (September 04)
IST 10:15 am: It looks like Google has fixed the ‘Android Auto weather location is stuck on hometown’ issue and the ‘Missing weather icon’ bug. More on that here.
Update (September 16)
IST 06:40 pm: Google has escalated an issue that was preventing users from connecting the app on their phones via USB cable on Android 11.
Update (September 18)
IST 04:15 pm: A community specialist has confirmed that a fix for the screen freezing or going black after the phone unlocked is now out with the OS update C.68 and later versions.
Thanks for all the feedback. The team has implemented a fix for the issue in OS update C.68 and later versions. If you’re still experiencing the issue, please check with the manufacturer’s instructions to update your OS to the latest version. If that does not fix the issue, please let us know along with the details of the OS version you are using. (Source)
Update (September 21)
IST 05:44 pm: It seems that updating to the latest version of Sync for Ford will fix the incoming phone call issue. More details here.
Update (September 24)
IST 12:54 pm: Google now says that it has optimized Google Maps on Android Auto for Right-Hand Drive vehicles.
IST 08:20 pm: Google has acknowledged an issue where Android Auto users are constantly getting a notification saying ‘Google Maps location needs attention.’
The developers said they have escalated the issue for further investigation.
Update (September 30)
6:00 pm (IST): An Android Auto bug has been acknowledged by Google where the navigation notification bar is blocking the next exit/turn text directions and visual path.
The community specialist on the Android Auto forum has stated that this issue has been forwarded to the rest of the team for further investigation.
Update (October 02)
06:30 pm (IST): A Spotify Community Moderator has recently said that the issue where users were getting the ‘Spotify doesn’t seem to be working right now’ error has been fixed. Also, some user reports suggest that the problem might have indeed been fixed.
Update (October 23)
06:30 pm (IST): Google has finally addressed the issue where Android Auto and Google Maps did not display the blue route. Updating to the latest version should fix it.
Hi everyone, Thanks for all your feedback reports. The Geo team has addressed this issue. We recommend updating the Google Maps app and Android Auto app to the latest version and let us know if the issue still persists. Thanks! The Android Auto Team
Update (October 27)
10:00 am (IST): Many users are complaining about an issue with Google Assistant where ‘Ok Google’ is not working on their Android Auto compatible vehicle.
As per reports, the Ok Google or Hey Google command on Android Auto no longer activates the assistant.
Meanwhile, this issue has been acknowledged by a Community Specialist on the Android Auto community forum and has been escalated to the team for further investigation.
Here are some reports for reference:
I have a Pixel 5XL and when it’s connected to my Android Auto compatible vehicle the “Ok Google/Hey Google” voice commands no longer activate the assistant. I have to click the microphone button for it to activate. When not connected to the truck, the voice commands activate the assistant normally. Please help (Source)
I have the same problem. OnePlus 8 5G connected to a 2020 Rogue. Assistant will work 1 time then quits responding. Assistant works fine by itself when disconnected from AA (Source)
Update (October 28)
05:35 pm (IST): A community specialist asked users to send in bug reports to diagnose the root cause of the bug which prevented users from being able to connect to their phone via a USB cable. However, there’s still no ETA for a fix.
Update (November 05)
12:13 pm (IST): Users of the Google Pixel 6 series of devices now note that Android Auto does not appear on the app launcher. However, the function is still present in the settings.
Update (November 11)
04:32 pm (IST): A member from the Android Auto Team claims that they weren’t able to reproduce the issue where the Ok Google command does not work and are asking users to send in bug reports to assist in the investigation.
Unfortunately, we were not able to reproduce the issue. It would be great if you could send us a bug report from your phone. Bug reports will help our engineers understand what’s going on and to diagnose the root cause of the issue. (Source)
Update (November 16)
11:15 am (IST): For the past few months, Android Auto voice commands have not been properly working with Telegram. This is set to be addressed in Android Auto 7.1.
Update (November 18)
06:19 pm (IST): Those who are facing issues with Android Auto on Android 12 have been asked to share the bug reports to help in the investigation of the bug. Head here for more details.
Update (November 22)
04:07 pm (IST): A fresh report has highlighted several reports that indicate users who updated to Android 12 are no longer receiving notifications on their head units when their mobile devices are plugged in.
Fortunately, a community specialist confirmed that the team is aware of the bug and are currently investigating the problem.
Update (December 04)
05:55 pm (IST): Oppo has reportedly implemented a fix for the Android Auto frozen screen issue with their latest OS update. And those affected can now update to the latest version and see if the issue still persists.
Update (December 06)
11:37 am (IST): It is coming to light that a small section of Android Auto users (1,2,3) can’t get YouTube audio to work on their setups. This, despite other apps working just fine.
This issue, according to the Android Auto Team, has been escalated.
Update (December 07)
04:25 pm (IST): Some Android Auto users are complaining that apps such as Uber, Lyft, and more are unable to open addresses on Google Maps for navigation. Check the potential workaround here.
Update (December 09)
04:25 pm (IST): Android Auto users are now reporting that they are unable to send Google Maps links from their phone while others say that voice commands stop working after saying ‘Hey Google’ or ‘Okay Google.’ More on that here.
Update (December 10)
04:58 pm (IST): Some Pixel 6 owners are now complaining that their smartphone keeps randomly disconnecting from Android Auto. More on that here.
Update (December 13)
04:30 pm (IST): Some users are still complaining (1, 2, 3) about an issue where they are unable to use the keyboard on their smartphone after disconnecting from Android Auto.
Google acknowledged this issue and say that its currently under investigation. However, no ETA for fix has been provided.
Update (December 17)
01:15 pm (IST): One of the affected users found a workaround for Pixel 6 keeps disconnecting issue. The workaround was to use a different cable to connect the device. More on that here.
Update (December 27)
10:23 am (IST): Google, through a community specialist now notes that the Android Auto issue where Contacts are not recognized after a recent update has been escalated.
Thanks for reporting this. We’ve aware of this issue and forwarded this to the rest of the team. We’ll reach out to you if we need more information. Thanks!
Update (December 28)
03:55 pm (IST): Recent reports indicate that some users are facing issues with the navigation as it keeps refreshing every few minutes. A user even shared a video recording of the bug that can be seen below:
In case you’ve encountered the same bug, then you might find some solace knowing that the issue has been forwarded to concerned team according to a Community Specialist.
Thanks for reporting this issue. We’ve forwarded your issue to the rest of the team. We’ll reach out to you if we need more information. Thanks! (Source)
Update (December 29)
12:51 pm (IST): YouTube Music users now report (1,2,3,4) that they are unable to see downloaded songs on their Android Auto setups.
YouTube now advises affected users to upload their personal music collection to their YouTube Music library.
03:54 pm (IST): Android Auto is reportedly not working for Xiaomi 11T on certain car models. In the cars that does not work, the phone is detected, but as a mass storage device or just for battery charging.
The issue was just escalated, as confirmed by a Google product expert. For now, it only remains to wait for updates on the matter (1, 2, 3, 4).
Update (January 08, 2022)
06:06 pm (IST): Here’s a workaround for notification not being received on to the head unit. Those affected can try it out and see if it helps to resolve the bug.
I found out that if I restart my phone the notifications will come back only the first time I plug in my usb to the car. Then the notifications stop on the second time I connect to the car. Today I found out a little easier way to do this. If I go to settings, then apps, then Android Auto. Click on force stop, then storage, and clear cache. Then go back and click force stop. The app will work again on the first time I plug it in again. I know this is a pain to do this each time before you use it, but I do get my notifications this way until Google finds a fix. (Source)
Update (January 17, 2022)
05:06 pm (IST): Some Pixel 6 users are still reporting the issue where they can’t connect to Android Auto. The issue persists even after the Pixel 6 January patch and Android Auto 7.2 update.
Update (January 19, 2022)
11:01 am (IST): Some Android Auto users are now reporting that the Google Maps option has gone missing after the Android Auto 7.2 update. However, users can still use Waze as an alternative service.
Update (January 25, 2022)
06:33 pm (IST): Android Auto team is working on several issue affecting its users. This includes the issue with Pixel 6 connectivity, Spotify voice commands not working, and many others.
Update (January 29, 2022)
06:14 pm (IST): Here’s another workaround for the issue where the phone’s keyboard is not working for any app after disconnecting from Android Auto suggested by one of the affected users.
Update (February 08, 2022)
01:22 pm (IST): Google released fix for Pixel 6 Bluetooth connectivity issue with February 2022 update. And users were hoping that this update will fix Bluetooth connectivity issues with Android Auto.
However, some users are reporting Bluetooth connection problems with their vehicles even installing the latest update. Head here for a potential workaround.
Update (February 17, 2022)
04:36 pm (IST): A Community Specialist on the Google community said that they aren’t able to reproduce the issue where Android Auto is not working on Xiaomi 11T Pro.
Moreover, he asked for bug reports from the affected users to help engineers understand the root cause of the issue and fix it.
Update (February 25, 2022)
01:30 pm (IST): Some Samsung Galaxy S22 users are now reporting (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) that they are facing issues when connecting their smartphone to Android Auto.
Users say that when they try to connect to Android Auto using a wired or a wireless connection, the screen simply turns black. This issue has been escalated to the team for further investigation.
Update (March 03, 2022)
01:30 pm (IST): Google Play System March 2022 update for Android devices mentions bug fixes for device connectivity. That means this update may resolve the connectivity issues with Android Auto on some devices.
[Auto, Phone, Tablet, TV, Wear OS] Bug fixes for device connectivity, developer services, safety & emergency, and utilities related services. (Source)
Update (March 07, 2022)
06:04 pm (IST): Here’s a workaround for the issue where Android Auto is not working on Xiaomi 11T Pro. If you are still having this problem then you can try and see if it helps.
Update (March 10, 2022)
07:01 pm (IST): A community specialist on the Google community forum has confirmed that Samsung has released a fix for the issue where music becomes choppy on Android Auto when switching apps while connected to Wi-Fi.
Update (March 16, 2022)
06:20 pm (IST): Some users are reporting that they are getting Communication Error 8 when trying to connect a device to Android Auto.
Luckily, a community specialist on the Google forum has acknowledged this issue and escalated it to the rest of the team.
Update (March 18, 2022)
09:53 am (IST): Android Auto app version 7.5.121104 is said to be adding a new USB Startup Diagnostics Tool. This is set to help users troubleshoot whether their connectivity issues are a result of faulty USB cables.
Update (March 22, 2022)
05:30 pm (IST): It appears several users are facing an issue where Google assistant call defaults to the phone’s speaker when on Android Auto. Luckily, a community expert confirmed that the issue has been forwarded to the concerned team for further investigation.
Update (March 26, 2022)
01:25 pm (IST): Users are reporting an issue where a ‘Test screen’ error message is displayed on their mobile devices after connecting to Android Auto.
Some users are also reporting an issue where they are unexpectedly getting a mysterious notification on their phones. It reads ‘Looking for Android Auto’.
While it doesn’t seem to cause any trouble, it’s still annoying and does not easily go away by restarting the mobile or reconnecting.
Update (April 04, 2022)
06:04 pm (IST): The issue where apps like Uber and Lyft are unable to upload addresses on Google Maps is now reportedly been fixed.
Update (April 05)
05:11 pm (IST): Some users are now reporting an issue with Android Auto where Google Assistant is reading messages in another language. Moreover, this issue has been escalated to the team for further investigation.
Update (April 08, 2022)
07:13 pm (IST): Google is now asking for bug reports for the issue on Galaxy S22 where the screen turns black after connecting to Android Auto.
Update (April 11, 2022)
06:37 pm (IST): Android Auto known issue page was recently updated confirming that the team is currently investigating the issue where Samsung Galaxy S22 keeps disconnecting from Android Auto.
Moreover, the issue where users are seeing huge icons after upgrading to Android 12 is also under investigation. Also, the issue where Google Assistant calls defaults to speaker is being investigated.
Update (April 15, 2022)
04:45 pm (IST): Some Galaxy S21 users are now reporting crashing and connection issues with Android Auto after updating to One UI 4.1.
Update (April 19, 2022)
04:54 pm (IST): A community specialist in the Google community has confirmed that the issue where Google Assistant call defaults to speaker has now been fixed.
Also, the issue where Microsoft Teams audio is not working in Android Auto has been escalated to the team for further investigation.
Update (May 27, 2022)
10:27 am (IST): The latest Android 13 beta 2.1 brings a fix for the issue where devices would crash and restart after disconnecting from Android Auto.
04:23 pm (IST): Some users are now reporting (1, 2) that the latest Android Auto 7.7 beta has resolved the black screen issue with Galaxy S22 Ultra on Pioneer units.
01:38 pm (IST): Google has confirmed that Android Auto for Phone Screens will stop working soon. For those unaware, it’s an app that allows users to use Android Auto on mobile devices. More on that here.
10:33 am (IST): Many users are now reporting (1, 2, 3, 4) an issue with Android Auto where they are getting low FPS. Unfortunately, the support team hasn’t yet acknowledged this issue.
5:00 pm (IST): Many Android Auto users say Satellite View is missing or removed after the recent update. Head here for a workaround.
11:20 am (IST): Users are reporting that auto day/night mode is not working on Android Auto. Fortunately, a community manager has acknowledged this issue and escalated it to the team for further investigation.
06:05 pm (IST): The bug where Android Auto isn’t connecting outgoing calls has been escalated to the team for further analysis according to a community specialist.
Users say that even though the dialing process begins, it never connects.
06:25 pm (IST): The issue where Satellite view was missing from Android Auto has been fixed. More details here.
10:33 pm (IST): Google has finally removed Android Auto for Phone Screens on devices running Android 12. However, it is still available for devices with older versions. More on that here.
12:51 pm (IST): A community specialist on the Android Auto community has confirmed that the issue where Google Assistant is reading messages in another language has now been fixed.
12:59 pm (IST): Android Auto users are now reporting an issue where they are getting enlarged taskbar and icons on the head unit. Google has acknowledged the issue and is working on a fix. More on that here.
11:14 am (IST): Some users are now reporting that the wireless connection has stopped working for them after the recent Android Auto 7.8 update.
Users say that they are getting black screen a few seconds after making a wireless connection. Unfortunately, Google hasn’t yet acknowledged the issue. More on that here.
04:22 pm (IST): Some users are now reporting an issue in Android Auto where calls are getting automatically rejected.
Fortunately, a user has managed to find a workaround which is to update the app to the latest beta version (Android Auto 7.9).
02:16 pm (IST): Google has finally fixed the issue where Samsung Galaxy S22 shows black screen when connecting to Android Auto in the latest app update that comes with firmware v7.7.
02:27 pm (IST): Some users are now reporting that Android Auto is not working or throwing ‘not responding’ error after the recent v7.8 update.
Fortunately, a community specialist has acknowledged the issue and confirmed that they have escalated it to the team for further investigation.
06:38 pm (IST): Many users are reporting an issue where Android Auto is not connecting outgoing calls via Google Assistant voice commands. More on that here.
05:15 pm (IST): Many Android users are reporting (1, 2, 3) that their devices are overheating or draining too much battery when wirelessly connected to Android Auto. Unfortunately, Google hasn’t yet acknowledged this problem.
01:19 pm (IST): Many users are now reporting that Libby app is not working on Android Auto. Luckily, a community specialist has acknowledged it and said that they have escalated it to the team for further investigation.
03:48 pm (IST): Some users are now reporting that they keep getting ‘Looking for Android Auto’ notification on their phone after Android 13 update even when are away from their vehicle.
Luckily, a community specialist has acknowledged this issue and confirmed that they have escalated it to the team for further investigation.
06:28 pm (IST): Many users are now reporting that they are having trouble connecting their device to Android Auto. More on that here.
04:47 pm (IST): Some Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro users are reporting connectivity issues with the Android Auto app where the service is not starting or devices are constantly disconnecting.
12:14 pm (IST): Some users are now reporting (1, 2) an issue where Google Maps real-time trip location sharing button has disappeared after the latest Android Auto update.
Also, the issue where Android Auto is not connecting outgoing calls via Google Assistant voice commands has been resolved. More on that here.
12:07 pm (IST): According to reports, some Android Auto users are facing an issue where calls are not working when the phone is connected to a smartwatch via Bluetooth.
12:31 pm (IST): Google has reportedly cut off the support for Android Auto on older devices with forced update. That means users running Android OS older than Android 8.0 won’t be able to use Android Auto on their device.
05:09 pm (IST): According to a Community Specialist, the issue related to Pixel 7 and 7 Pro Android Auto connectivity has now been fixed.
NOTE: The tables below will be updated regularly to reflect the latest news.
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