26-10-2019 11:57 AM in
It should auto start when you plug the USB to your compatible car stereo.
I still have the app installed also so I can open that way.
You can also go: Settings>Google>Device Connections>Android Auto
26-10-2019 05:30 PM in
26-10-2019 05:35 PM in
Sounds like you have an issue with it... They are switching off the app and just leaving it in settings.
I would try searching for it via Settings> Apps then try clearing cache and data for Android Auto
27-10-2019 02:35 PM in
Hi @mark770 ,
This won't work with Android 10 as Android Auto is now baked in (Finder will not find it) .
Also the phone screen AA is no longer available (Google have said there will be a replacement for this in the near future).
If you backed up before upgrading you will be able to restore the full app.
If not it will activate itself once plugged in via USB to the car headunit.
To change settings for AA, this can be accessed via Google settings as stated in my previous comment...
Hope this helps 🙂
27-10-2019 02:44 PM in
05-11-2019 08:47 PM in
Google has now released Android Auto for phone screens so you can again use this on your phone screen