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Why does Google think I don't have a Google play subscription only when using Android auto 0 Recommended Answers 0 Replies 1 Upvote
Whenever I ask Google assistant to play a specific artist or song in either of my cars it tells me this artist is only available for subscribers. I have a Google play subscription and the function works fine on my phone or my goggle home mini and Lenovo display perfectly fine. The min I plug into either of my cars one has a Sony head unit one is kenwood. It tells me I don't have a subscription and it can't play the song even songs that are downloaded on my phone. This function worked fine in both cars for many months and then stopped working a few months ago. My car is really the only place I use my Google play music so I'm kind of wondering why I'm waisting my money on the service if it won't work with Android auto. Also I'm using a Google Pixel 2. I bought a Google phone figuring it would be the best option. Maybe apple car play and an iPhone would be a better option ? I have read about alot of similar issues and it seems Google has little to no interest in fixing the problem
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