Original topic:

Android Auto is not working after installing Ui6

(Topic created on: 01-15-2024 01:48 PM)
Beginner Level 3
Galaxy Note
After accepting the Ui6 and security patch released yesterday to my Nore 22 Ultra, the Android Auto is not connecting due to USB is not recognized, before installing the updates the Android Auto was connecting normally.
Active Level 7
Galaxy Note
Check / Wait for new app update.
Try clearing app data/cache.
Expert Level 2
Galaxy Note
If you're experiencing issues with Android Auto after recent updates, try these steps:

1. **Check USB Connection:**
Ensure the USB cable is securely connected and is not damaged. Try a different cable or USB port.

2. **Restart Phone:**
Restart your phone to refresh system processes.

3. **Reset Android Auto Connection:**
In your phone's settings, navigate to "Connected devices" or "Bluetooth & device connection" and reset the Android Auto connection.

4. **Update Android Auto App:**
Make sure your Android Auto app is up to date. Visit the Google Play Store to check for updates.

5. **Reinstall Android Auto:**
Uninstall and reinstall the Android Auto app to ensure a clean installation.

6. **Check Car System Compatibility:**
Ensure your car's infotainment system is compatible with the updated Android Auto version.

7. **Check Developer Options:**
In your phone's settings, under "Developer options," reset USB configuration to "File Transfer" or "MTP."

If the issue persists, it may be related to the specific update. Check online forums or contact the device manufacturer for potential solutions or updates.
Beginner Level 3
Galaxy Note
Did you read my message carefully? As said, Android Auto was working till 5:30 p.m., and once applied the Ui6 patch, Android Auto stopped functioning.

So, please ask yourself what should be the reason that caused that issue?
Expert Level 2
Galaxy Note
Android Auto needs update capability with new UI6.0 software
Community Manager
Galaxy Note

The USB cord is damaged or malfunctioning, the Android App is not working, or there is something wrong with the USB connection on the car itself. You can try the following troubleshooting steps:

Check USB Cable:
Ensure that you are using a high-quality USB cable that supports data transfer. Try using a different cable to see if the issue persists.

Restart Phone:
Restart your Note 22 Ultra to refresh system processes. This simple step can often resolve connectivity issues.

Check USB Port:
Inspect the USB port on your phone and the one in your car for any dust or debris. Clean both ports carefully using compressed air or a small brush.

Reset Android Auto Preferences:
On your phone, go to Settings > Apps > Android Auto > Storage > Clear Cache and Clear Data. Then, reconnect your phone to your car and set up Android Auto again.

Check Android Auto Permissions:
Ensure that Android Auto has the necessary permissions on your phone. Go to Settings > Apps > Android Auto > Permissions and make sure that location, storage, and other required permissions are enabled.

Update Android Auto App:
Make sure that you have the latest version of the Android Auto app installed on your Note 22 Ultra. Visit the Google Play Store to check for updates.

Reconnect to Car:
In your car, unpair and forget your phone from the Bluetooth settings. Then, reconnect your phone to the car's Bluetooth system and try connecting to Android Auto again.

Check for Car System Updates:
Ensure that your car's infotainment system is up to date. Some issues may arise from compatibility between the phone and the car's system.

Contact Car Manufacturer Support:
If the issue persists, contact the support of your car's manufacturer. They may provide specific guidance or updates to address compatibility issues.

Active Level 1
Galaxy Note
Yes same problem