Motorola solves the biggest problem with Android Auto

Step into a car with any modern phone and you can instantly tether your device to play music, answer calls via Bluetooth, and more. Step into a car with any phone that supports Android Auto and you can do a lot more … after you pull that USB cord out of the glovebox, connect the phone, and push a few buttons on your car’s system.

There’s a better way, of course: Google announced wireless Android Auto back in April 2018, a way to bypass the cable and connect directly. But doing so requires more bandwidth than the lowly trickle that is Bluetooth – it requires Wi-Fi speeds. And cars have been slow to adopt it. Visit the Android Auto website and Google simply says that “an increasing number of makes and models of vehicles and phones support wireless connections to Android Auto.”

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