In recent weeks, the new Android Auto with its Coolwalk design has started to reach the world, offering its users the benefits of its new interface, but these are not all the improvements and advantages that each version of Android Auto brings. .
Android Auto settings have lost an option that was very convenient for many users: the ability to enable or disable Android Auto Wireless. Google removed it in more recent versions of its app.
You can no longer turn off Android Auto wirelessly
With the expansion of wireless Android Auto, any mobile with Android 11 or higher is compatible, and in recent months new cars also allow us to connect the mobile to the vehicle without cables. And that could be why Google removed this setting.
The option “Wireless Android Auto” had several uses. The first was to know if our mobile was compatible with wireless Android Auto. If this option appeared in the settings, it meant that we could use Android Auto wirelessly
The second utility was to leave this option disabled if our car was not compatible with wireless Android Auto. From now on, said support will always be activated and there will be no way to deactivate it, although it is not a problem that it is now always activated.
The third util ity, and the one that causes complaints from some users, was that it allowed the user to temporarily disable wireless Android Auto
To solve this little problem now, it will be necessary to temporarily deactivate the Bluetooth of the mobile we don’t want it to connect to the car’s Android Auto. Once it has been connected to the other mobile wirelessly, the Bluetooth of the other mobile can be activated again.
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