► Make sure that your phone system is EMUI 5.0/ Android 7.0 or later
Go to Settings > Software to make sure your phone has the latest update.
► Make sure you have the latest Android Auto app.
Go to Google Play Store to download the latest version. Also update related apps such as Google Maps, Google Play Music, and Google to their latest versions.
► Enable USB debugging
Go to the Settings -> System ->About Phone. Touch Build number several times in succession until the phone indicates you are now a developer. Then go to Settings -> System ->Developer options, swipe Developer options to the debugging, and enable USB debugging.
► Connect your phone to your in-car device via USB cable
Some in-car devices have multiple USB ports. Select a USB port that supports Android Auto. Then, select OK In the pop-up on your device "Allow USB debugging?".
For most compatible cars Android Auto will now launch automatically. Want to know if your car is compatible? Or if Android Auto is available in your country? See the F.A.Q. below or visit the F.A.Q. on the Android Auto website.
Is Android Auto available in my country?
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- New Zealand
- Puerto Rico
- South Africa
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- United States
Does my in-car device support Android Auto?
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