Google, as promised earlier, brings new device compatibility to the Android Auto Wireless version. Samsung’s flagship models now support Android Auto Wireless.
Android Auto Wireless enables smartphones to transfer the entire Android Auto experience to their in-car headunits without the need for cables. With this feature, navigation, maps, calls, messages and music features such as wireless control can become. Android Auto Wireless, announced last year, was only compatible with Google’s Pixel and Nexus smartphones.
AndroidPolice, according to the Google Support Report, the wireless version of Android Auto is now compatible with non-Google Pixel phones. Samsung was the first third-party phone manufacturer to take advantage of this feature, but it is currently only compatible with some Galaxy series devices.
Samsung models that become compatible with Android Auto Wireless:
Samsung Smartphones compatible with Android Auto Wireless include Galaxy S8, S8 +, S9, S9 +, S10 and S10 +. In addition to these phones, the Note series Galaxy Note 8, Note 9 and Note 10 will also work with the system compatible. Surprisingly, the S10e does not support Android Auto Wireless.
Google has already promised that this feature will be ready for use on any smartphone running Android 9.0 or higher, and has stopped it. Although Android Auto Wireless works on Google Pixels, Pixels XL, Pixels 2, 2 XL, Pixels 3, 3 XL, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P devices running Android 8.0, the newly added Samsung smartphones need to use Android 9.0 or higher.
Google wants to expand the limits of Android Auto Wireless support. Most of the phones added to the list are Samsung’s flagship models. Other Samsung models in the middle class are expected to be added to the list in the coming days. The system is currently only available in the US, Canada and Mexico.