Google Rolls Out Wireless Android Auto, but Almost No One Can Use It

Iím happy for you, Pixel and Nexus phone users, because Google enabled wireless Android Auto for you this week. Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P devices running Android Oreo or higher are compatible with the new feature, which automatically loads Android Auto on your car display when you get in the vehicle. You donít need to take your phone out of your pocket or plug it in; it automatically connects over Wi-Fi. So far, the support appears to only be for devices in North America, and the only head units that work wirelessly are available from JVC and Kenwood. These companies introduced their compatible head units at CES this year. Google says it expects ďmore products to roll out throughout the year,Ē however,... Continue reading…

Google Rolls Out Wireless Android Auto, but Almost No One Can Use It

It might be a year or two before you can even buy a car that supports this feature, though. The same goes for smartphones, unless you buy from Google. The post Google Rolls Out Wireless Android ...

Mon 16 Apr 18 from Extremetech

Android Auto is finally ready to go wireless, mostly - Roadshow

Finally, Android users (with Google phones) will be able to connect to Android Auto over Wi-Fi.

Sat 14 Apr 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

Wireless Android Auto is available for Google phones

JVCKenwood was a tad premature in announcing head units with wireless Android Auto given that phones weren't officially ready for it, but that support is finally here... more or ...

Fri 13 Apr 18 from Engadget

Android Auto finally supports wireless, as long as you've got the right phone

You can finally use Android Auto without wires in your car, as long as you meet certain conditions... and live in the US.

Sun 15 Apr 18 from Techradar

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