Android Auto Standalone mode isn't available in South Korea1 Recommended Answer
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It makes no sense unless there is some regulation driving reason. Which I would question because DMB is still everywhere but it would be like Korea to block an app that's designed to be used while driving.
By the way, it was working until about a month ago and an update stopped it from working. A message explaining what happened would have been nice since I thought something was wrong with my phone or car.
I was having issues getting it to work before the official launch for head units. Since it's my wife's car, with the head unit I haven't been able to test it much with my phone.
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