How You Can Try to (And Fail to) Enable the New Android Auto
Google recently rolled out its highly-anticipated Android Auto overhaul, and despite the company clearly saying the rollout would take place in stages, many rushed to install the latest version hoping they would get to try out the refreshed UI earlier.
And there’s a good reason why everyone is so eager to get their hands on this new AA. The in-car platform has rarely received so substantial updates, and given this release comes with both UI and feature improvements, it’s easy to figure out why all of us want it right here, right now.
However, most people seem to ignore Google’s announcement. Here’s an excerpt from the official announcement with my emphasis:
“If your car has Android Auto support, you’ll start to see the new design over the next few weeks. These updates will not be reflected in Android Auto for your phone screen. We will be evolving the phone screen experience from Android Auto to the Assistant’s new driving mode in the fut… (read more)
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