Google Play Services Update Fixes Android Auto On Galaxy S6

By 08:23 Sat, 24 Jul 2021 Comments

Android Auto is perhaps one of the most fascinating undertakings to bring the power of your smartphone straight to your car's dashboard. The technology goes far beyond a simple classy screen sharing app and offers a custom, tailor-made interface and functions, developed particularly for in-car use.

Eager early adopters of the recent technology, however, have been reporting a lot of problems with compatibility. A lot of recent handsets, like the Galaxy S6, were struggling to connect with Android Auto, but luckily Google has wasted no time in addressing the issue.

The latest version of Google Play Services brings a fix for the connection problems. As far as we can disclose from the release notes, the update should also cover devices such as the HTC One M8 and M9, Moto X, a lot of Nexus devices, as well as the already mentioned Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. But the list is probably longer and seeing how Android Auto is still very much in its infancy, other bugs are also expected.

So, if you are among the early adopters of the recent tech and have already sprung for a compatible car stereo, be sure to check for the update and haged a close eye on Google Play Services, as more improvements and fixes are sure to come.

Also, be sure to report back with any additional info on Android Auto compatibility and problems, based on your experience.

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