Original topic:

Android auto

(Topic created on: 01-11-2024 03:51 AM)
Beginner Level 3
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Anyone experienced this? 
Ultra 23 Android auto doesn't work with or without wire for lexus.
Any tips on this? 
Expert Level 3
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If Android Auto isn't working on your Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra with your Lexus, you can try the following tips:

1. **Check Cable and Connection:**
- Ensure you are using a high-quality USB cable that supports data transfer.
- Verify that the cable is securely connected to both your phone and the car's USB port.

2. **Update Android Auto and Phone Software:**
- Make sure you have the latest version of the Android Auto app installed on your phone.
- Check for any software updates for your Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

3. **Car Compatibility:**
- Confirm that your Lexus model is compatible with Android Auto. Some older car models may not fully support the latest connectivity features.

4. **Car Multimedia System Update:**
- Check if there are any firmware or software updates available for your Lexus multimedia system. Manufacturers often release updates to enhance compatibility.

5. **USB Configuration:**
- On your Samsung device, go to "Settings" > "Connections" > "USB."
- Change the USB configuration to "File Transfer" or "Android Auto."

6. **Try Different USB Ports:**
- If your car has multiple USB ports, try using a different one.

7. **Restart Devices:**
- Restart both your phone and the car's multimedia system.

8. **Reset Android Auto Preferences:**
- Open the Android Auto app on your phone.
- Go to "Settings" > "Connected cars" > select your car and tap "Forget all cars."
- Reconnect and set up Android Auto again.

If the issue persists, you may want to contact both Samsung and Lexus support for further assistance. They might be able to provide specific solutions or updates related to your devices and car model.
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Check Android Auto Compatibility:
Ensure that your car's infotainment system supports Android Auto and that it is compatible with your device.

Update Android Auto App:
Make sure you have the latest version of the Android Auto app installed on your Samsung S23 Ultra. You can update it from the Google Play Store.

Check USB Cable:
Use a high-quality USB cable to connect your phone to the car. Some cables may not support data transfer, causing issues with Android Auto.

USB Connection Settings:
On your phone, go to "Settings" > "Connections" > "USB" and ensure that the USB configuration is set to "File Transfer" or "Android Auto."

Restart Devices:
Restart both your phone and your car's infotainment system. This can often resolve temporary glitches.

Make sure that the Android Auto app has the necessary permissions. Go to "Settings" > "Apps" > "Android Auto" and check the app permissions.

Clear App Cache and Data:
In the app settings, you can try clearing the cache and data for Android Auto. This won't delete your app settings but can resolve issues.

Check Bluetooth Connection:
Ensure that Bluetooth is enabled on your phone and that it is connected to your car's system.

Enable Developer Options:
On your phone, go to "Settings" > "About phone" > "Software information" and tap on "Build number" seven times to enable Developer Options. In Developer Options, check if "USB Debugging" is enabled.

Check Android Auto Settings:
Open the Android Auto app and check its settings. Ensure that the "Wireless projection" option is disabled if your car does not support wireless Android Auto.

Car's Firmware Update:
Check if there's a firmware update available for your car's infotainment system. Manufacturers often release updates to improve compatibility.