Android Auto is an infrastructure developed by Google to allow Android devices running the Android Auto mobile app provide a customized user interface to for use in a vehicle, most commonly by having it connected to an Android Auto-enabled head unit in the vehicle. Both touchscreen and button-controlled head unit displays will be supported, although hands-free operation through voice commands is encouraged to ensure safe driving. The functionality offers control over GPSmapping/navigation, music playback, SMS, telephony, and web search
Steps to Install Android Auto Update-
- Have 16 GB pen drive formatted in FAT 32 file type
- Extract 1740 zip file (998 MB) in the above pen drive 1740. Its about 2.3 GB post extraction
- Plug in Pen drive in the USB drive slot and press the start button twice (or even once)
- Update will start automatically after some second’s delay
- Update failed thrice in the process (24%, 77% & 96%)
- Fourth time the installation successfully updates and the msg is displayed to remove the PEN Drive.
- Remove the PEN Drive and then switch off the ignition and then push the ignition button again.
- The HU will restart, visibly you won’t see any difference unless you connect a phone.
- Install Android Auto app on your android device
- Use the original USB cable, plug it in the USB port of the car and another end in the phone.
- Launch the Android Auto on your device.
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You will have the first glimpse of ‘Android Auto’ on your car’s screen.
Rest is for you to experience….
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Credits Goes to Kiran Kumar for This Video
Special thanks to Anupam Kumar for this article