How to Use Android Auto Wirelessly in Your Car

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Android Auto is a very useful feature that lets you use the basic functions of your smartphone without getting distracted from the road. Most of the cases, you need to connect your phone to your car using a cable to use the Android Autio. Some cars have this feature that lets you use Android Auto without using cables.

Let’s see how you can use Android Auto wirelessly in your car so you can also charge your car while using Android Auto.

What Do You Need to Use Wireless Android Auto?

To use Android Auto, you need a compatible Car or infotainment system that supports Wireless Android Auto. To know if your car is compatible with this feature or not, you need to either talk to the dealer where you bought the car from. Or you can try this trick to see if wireless Android Auto is supported by your car or stereo.

Android Auto Wireless

Smartphone compatibility is also needed to make sure that the feature works best with your car. Make sure that your smartphone is running Android 11 or later, you can try to check for updates on your phone. Your device should support the 5GHz Wi-Fi band to use Android Auto wirelessly with your car. You also need a compatible USB cable for a quicker and easy setup.

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How to Use Android Auto Wireless in Your Car

  1. Turn on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Location on your smartphone.
  2. Connect your phone to your car using a USB cable.
  3. You will see a prompt on your phone to either set up or update Android Auto.
  4. It will ask for permissions, so you need to allow all those permissions and you are done.
    Android Auto Wireless
  5. Go through the setup process and then you’ll see the Android Auto option in all apps.
  6. Tap on the Android Auto option to launch it on your car’s stereo system.
  7. Now, you’ll be able to disconnect your phone from the car’s stereo system.

Wrapping up

This is how you use Android Auto wirelessly so you don’t have to manage cables in your car too. if you own an Android smartphone then make sure to try this trick in your car. Follow us on social media for more amazing tips and tricks like this one.

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Amit Rahi

Been writing about tech for more than 5 years then started SupergeekWeb recently. Working hard to make Supergeek a well-known name in the tech industry. Been playing with Windows and Android devices since I was 16 and loves to talk or write about them. You can always find me playing games whenever I get some time. And that's the waaaaaaay the bio goes!
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