Pixel and Nexus devices can now connect with Android Auto without a wire. Now, Google has finally added support for a select number of its handsets. Now Google has flipped the switch: wireless mode for Android Auto is enabled on Nexus and Pixel devices. This means when you get in your vehicle, Android Auto will beam the software to your car's head unit display - no wire required. You can even leave your phone in your pocket or your bag.
According to Cody's teardowns, version 3.0 of Auto was almost ready for the Wireless mode, but it's v3.1 that's required (APK Mirror link) to get things properly working.
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We kept the door shut at the back and played very well tonight - we did really well to turn it around. Regarding the events at the Bernabeu, Ronaldo added: "We have suffered, but it helps us to learn".
"Additional device support will be coming in the future", the company said in the announcement post.
Google also said the wireless connectivity is now limited to the newer head units manufactured by JVC and Kenwood, though the company expects other head unit makers to roll out supported products later this year.
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The 25-year-old has been a consistent starter this season and was one of the better performers in the London derby stalemate. The Blues' pressure was relentless at this stage and it wasn't long before the sides were level.
With the Google I/O developer conference scheduled for May, we may well hear more about Google's plans for its in-car entertainment solution.
Soon you'll be able to kiss that cable goodbye, if you have a Google Phone and Android Auto 3.1. The annual event its set to take place at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, between May 8 - 10.
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It is negative, as 18 investors sold BRO shares while 91 reduced holdings. 56 funds opened positions while 103 raised stakes. Wealthcare Advisory Partners LLC bought a new position in Gilead Sciences in the 3rd quarter worth approximately $133,000.