Google announced Android Auto at Google I/O in 2014, but it took another year before you could actually get it in a car. Android Auto is now supported by various auto manufacturers and makers of third-party multimedia head units. The screens come in different shapes and sizes, and the hardware buttons vary. One thing all these implementations have had in common is that you need to connect your phone with a cable to use Android Auto. That’s finally changing with the addition of Android Auto wireless mode, but only if you’ve got specific hardware at your disposal.
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