AUTO Posts on XDA

Wireless Android Auto is now supported in most of Europe, India, Australia, and more

Android Auto is basically a way to mirror/extend certain apps from a smartphone in a driver-friendly format to a compatible head unit/display within a car. For this mirroring and extension to happen, the Android smartphone needs to be connected with the head unit, obviously. Initially, Android Auto solely worked through a USB connection. But in...

Wireless Android Auto is now available in 15 Latin American countries

Wireless Android Auto was announced a while ago and it has slowly been trickling out to more devices and countries. Earlier this month, a few Samsung flagship devices received support for it. This goes along with the big redesign of the interface that began rolling out this summer. Now, Google has added 15 new countries...

Developer turns a wired Android Auto head unit into a wireless one

Although Android Auto is one of the most used software for modern car head units (alongside Apple's CarPlay), it has a lot of shortcomings. One of the biggest ones being that most Android Auto-powered head units don't have the ability to connect to your device wirelessly. This is set to change, but in order to get...

Play Music From Any App On Android Auto With AnyAutoAudio

The Android Auto program is constantly growing, with more and more cars taking advantage of it. Due to its limitations, though, Auto is compatible with only a handful of apps -- leaving many awesome music apps out.Some developers were not happy with it and worked on a solution. One of them, XDA Forum Member jvvpc ,wrote...