If you want your mobile to enter driving mode when you get into the car, instead of having to activate it manually every time you sit in front of the wheel, there is a way to do it and we will tell you how to achieve it.
Google currently has put some of its capacity into improving Android auto. The application to improve driving has brought improvements in the latest updates that have made it one of the most downloaded.
This system has gone from being an application on our mobiles to becoming a true driving assistant, being able to connect to the panels that we have in the car.
One of the functions that received the most complaints from users was the need to manually open the driving assistant in order to use it. Thanks to the latest update, this problem will no longer exist.
If you use your mobile in the car, when you open Google Maps, the driving assistant will be launched automatically. I would do it via Bluetooth (as long as we have it activated) and we will not have to order the application with our voice to start.
It should be said that this functionality is disabled by default. We will have to enter the application and choose between the two options that it offers us.
The first allows connect the mobile to the car as soon as there is a Bluetooth signal, the second will do it when motion is detected or an audio device is connected (such as the radio, for example).
If we choose the Bluetooth option, it will connect without us having to do anything else. On the other hand, if we choose the other option, A notification will appear on the mobile that we will have to accept.
Google keeps improving its car app
Android Auto has not stopped growing and Apple CarPlay is going through a bump after its update to iOS 15. It seems that Google wants to keep taking advantage of the competition introducing options for everyone, even those with vehicles that don’t have a screen to lean on.
With Android 12 you can have the synchronization improvement, but also others that are already being worked on, such as the interface improvement. Good morning for drivers who have an Android phone.