Android Auto is not connecting with Samsung One UI 6 devices


Android Auto is a widely used car accessory that provides convenience to use several Android applications that bring a plethora of utility options. Android Auto basically provides a platform to project most of the infotainment functionality to the car screen, but it hasn’t achieved seamlessness till now. There are several users who are struggling to connect the Android Auto to the car screen with Bluetooth.

More specifically, this issue is spotted on Galaxy devices that are running on One UI 6. According to some users who are using the flagship devices, including the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S22, The issues related to connection establishment are limited to Bluetooth automatically pairing, but if you manually do it, some users are claiming that they are only getting a proper connection through a cable.

According to the reports, it is clear that the issue is not limited to some cars’ screens but is only related to the Android-installed smartphones.

If we talk about other Android device users who have recently installed Android 14, they are also suffering from some issues, like Spotify not supporting sound output. There are a plethora of complaints being made by several users on different platforms, including Reddit and the Android Auto community. So Google should soon address these issues. We have to wait for some more time.