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Does Android Auto use Bluetooth?
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Does Android Auto use Bluetooth?

Yes, Android Auto does use Bluetooth as one of the connectivity options. When using Android Auto in a car, you can connect your Android device to the car's infotainment system either via a USB cable or wirelessly using Bluetooth. Bluetooth is used for various functions, such as hands-free calling, media playback control, and voice commands, while the USB connection provides additional features like screen mirroring and faster data transfer.

Our wireless Android Auto adapter has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth hardware. AAWireless establishes a Bluetooth connection with your phone, passes the Wi-Fi credentials from the dongle to the phone, and then breaks off the Bluetooth connection. The adaptor exclusively utilises Wi-Fi from that moment on. This will not happen if dongle mode is enabled. Dongle mode will keep the bluetooth connection always on.

If you're interested in using Android Auto Wirelessly, consider an AAWireless device for your car.

You can purchase AAWireless in the following stores:

  • For orders from Europe or the US, visit our webshop.
  • For orders from UK, visit Amazon UK.
  • For orders from Switzerland, visit Digitec.
  • For orders from Turkey, visit Amazon TR.
  • For orders from Singapore, visit Amazon SG.
  • For orders from Japan, visit Carple JP.
  • For orders from South-Korea, visit Carple KR.

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