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4/30/18
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After Android 8.1.0 my Moto X4 can't connect to my 2018 Nissan Leaf

I have a 2018 Nissan Leaf and a Motorola X4.  Everything was working fine until my phone updated to Android 8.1.0.  Now my phone does not connect to Android Auto on the vehicle and says to connect a compatible device???
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5/1/18
Original Poster
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huh? bot?
Don - Android Auto Team
5/1/18
Don - Android Auto Team

Hi Alan,


Could you please try uninstalling Android Auto, restart phone, and then reinstall Android Auto? If you’re still experiencing the issue, could you please try unpairing, or “forgetting” your phone from the head unit, and then repair your phone?

5/2/18
Original Poster
Google user
I did as you said, and still the same problem.  Still says to connect a compatible device. :(
Branden Wilson
5/4/18
Branden Wilson
I am having the same exact issues with my 2018 CRV. I used Android Auto every day and it stop connecting when I updated to 8.1.0.  Does not event attempt to connect. 
FlossDiligently
5/4/18
FlossDiligently
Having the same issue with a 2018 Chevy Bolt EV - after the 8.1 update Android Auto refuses to launch. Tried un-pairing and re-pairing the phone and uninstalling and reinstalling android auto to no avail. 
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Wayne
12/29/18
Wayne
Same issue with Moto X4 with Android One on my 18 genesis g80 sedan. Same on 8.1 and 9.0, multiple cables, factory reset, nothing but AA installed, no go.
 
My galaxy s8 and note 9 work perfectly. But since use in the car was exactly why I signed up for Fi and got the X4, this will be a deal breaker.
 
To clarify, this issue is either AA randomly closing or USB just failing to connect. Will often get AA error due to said connectivity issue. Random and annoyong...
 
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