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Samsung smartphones now support Android Auto Wireless

Android Auto can also be used wirelessly via WLAN for some time, but until now this was only possible on very few Android smartphones and only in some vehicles or with some car radios. But the offering is improving noticeably, now Android Auto Wireless is compatible with various Samsung smartphones. This means that several million customers have the option of using Android Auto. […]


Android Auto can also be used wirelessly via WLAN for some time, but until now this was only possible on very few Android smartphones and only on some vehicles or some car radios. But the offering is improving noticeably, now Android Auto Wireless is compatible with various Samsung smartphones. Several million customers have the opportunity to use Android Auto without an annoying cable.

Samsung is the first third-party Android Auto Wireless manufacturer

Until now, official support has only been available for the last four generations of Google smartphones. However, as of now, the following smartphones are supported, according to Google’s help website: Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 +, S9, S9 +, S10, S10 +, Note 8, Note 9, and Note 10. At least Android 9 is required on the smartphone and the Android Auto app in version 4.7.

Basically, Google could move on soon. I would think of some more high-end smartphones from other manufacturers that would also have enough power on board. For customers, this means, at best, charging the smartphone wirelessly in the car, while Android Auto ends up wirelessly in the infotainment.

The new Android Auto is now available