Nowadays, Samsung is busy expanding the availability of its latest S series device in the market; while the device has already available in some regions, we are here talking about the Galaxy S23 device, which is Samsung’s latest flagship device for the year.
Android Auto is not working in some Galaxy S23 devices
The Korean giant has packed it with powerful features and a lot of new changes through its latest One UI 5.1, and if we say a commendable work done by Samsung, so it will be true for the Ultra model, while the other two modes of Galaxy S23 didn’t match with expectations. The hardware side may have some differences, but in terms of software, all three shares the same software and sharing the same issue of Android Auto.
As per the report, some users are complaining that the Android auto is not working properly with Galaxy S23 devices; the complaints mention that it is the device is not able to sync with cars wirelessly, and the Bluetooth pairing is also failing to pair automatically after the vehicle is stopped. It is worth noticing that all users are not facing the same issue, which means it’s related to the software issue within the Android Auto app.
To resolve this issue, you can try a new update of Android Auto from the Galaxy store. However, Samsung hasn’t reacted to this issue, so you have to wait until Samsung addresses and roll out any update to solve the issue. Whenever the company gives any response, we will surely update you.
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