Android Auto Wireless support has quietly been enabled, with Google now allowing Pixel and Nexus phones to cut the cord with compatible in-car infotainment systems. The update means that you’ll no longer need to plug your smartphone in with a cable in order to see Android’s car-specific, safer-to-use interface on the dashboard. Android Auto was launched back in March 2015, … Continue reading

Android Auto Wireless goes live – but there’s a catch

Android Auto Wireless support has quietly been enabled, with Google now allowing Pixel and Nexus phones to cut the cord with compatible in-car infotainment systems. The update means that you’ll no longer need to plug your smartphone in with a cable in order to see Android’s car-specific, safer-to-use interface on the dashboard. Android Auto was launched back in March 2015, … Continue reading

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