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[FAQ] How do I use Android Auto wirelessly? 0 Recommended Answers 9 Replies 48 Upvotes
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To use Android Auto wirelessly, you need: 
  • A car or aftermarket receiver that’s compatible with wireless Android Auto
    • As of this writing (mid-September, 2020), wireless Android Auto is offered as a standard or optional feature in newly shipping vehicle models from GM, BMW, Kia, Fiat, SEAT, Skoda, and Mercedes-Benz, with VW and Hyundai on the near horizon. Availability varies based on vehicle trim level and geography. 
  • A compatible Android smartphone with an active data plan and the latest version of the Android Auto app
  • Any smartphone with Android 11.0 and 5GHz Wi-Fi. In the EU, smartphones must comply with additional regulatory requirements in order to use 5GHz Wi-Fi in the car. 
    • A Google or Samsung smartphone with Android 10.0.
    • A Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, or Note 8, with Android 9.0. 
Once you confirm that you have the compatible devices, you can set it up following the steps in this article: Set up your Android Auto app.
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I like that the "wireless" connection instructions tell you to plug the phone in to connect.
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Does this mean it won't work on a 2020 Subaru?
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No im ok thabk you for
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My issue is with the Android Auto app that  I use to connect my Samsung Note 3 mobile with the Honda CRV infotainment unit. Everything was working fine until there was an update recently. After that whenever I try to connect to the Samsung mobile to the car infotainment unit it sends a message that the phone is no longer supported. 

I do not wish to upgrade the phone at the moment and am OK with the old phone. I wish the upgrades that you do to the Android Auto app should be backwards compatible with the old phones and I should not have to upgrade my phone just because the Android App has been upgraded.

Please tell me a workaround this and how I could use my Samsung note 3 with Android auto.
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@Kapil u

Your issue is that the version of Android you're running on your Note 3 is no longer supported. You could learn to flash a better ROM on your phone with a more recent OS, but you can probably get a used Note 5 or newer for a hundred bucks
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I am having the same issue getting error message that my phone is now not compatible with Android  Auto.  I should not have to go out and get a new phone which is working just fine and meeting my needs just because you've decided to upgrade the app and are choosing not to support older versions.  This is not providing a positive client experience currently very frustrated.  Either fix the app or provide alternative solution so I can connect my phone to my car so I can use maps, music and phone.
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I have a Honda civic 2017 it says in your web that is compatible. Also I have a Samsung S20 with android 10.

I can't connect wireless please help and alternatives to get wireless connection
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In the "Get started with Android Auto" support area, the link to check if your car or aftermarket receiver is compatible with AA (USB) and AA (wireless) is the same link and at the web page, there is no distinction between USB and wireless support. So how are we supposed to determine if our car supports AA wireless?
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"how are we supposed to determine if our car supports AA wireless?"

Read the manual. Ask your dealer/automaker. And when you're referring to links, provide them.
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