Google developers have been busy tweaking Android Auto in recent weeks. The popular environment connecting mobile phones and in-vehicle systems is still not in the condition that authors and users would like it to be in, and in the last month it has received quite a few patch updates. A few days ago, an update was released, which was supposed to, for example, solve problems with completely non-functional Android Auto on Samsung phones and other brands. Apparently, the problem was only partially solved, and at the very beginning of September it was needed solve one more.
Official page with reported problems has a new entry as of September 2nd that talks about an Android Auto fix for the new Samsung flexible phones Galaxy Z Flip4 a Galaxy Z Fold4. They too had a problem with connectivity and even starting AA on the vehicle screen. Google claims that the problems have been fixed and should disappear after the next update.
If you are still having problems with Android Auto on your phone and the update is still not coming, you can try downloading the latest version for example from APK Mirror. It is also definitely a good idea to check whether a lower quality cable is causing the problem.
How are you currently doing with Android Auto?
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