The tech giant launched wireless mode for Android Auto way back in 2018, but support for the feature has been pretty limited. Aside from the fact that your automaker must have already rolled out wireless compatibility to your infotainment system, you must also own a compatible phone. Only Pixel and Nexus owners could use the feature when it first became available, though Samsung released an update last year that gave its flagship devices the capability. In addition, only a few vehicles offer wireless Android Auto support at the moment, with Ford and BMW announcing the capability for current and upcoming models last year.
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