Tech & Science Wireless Android Auto is available for Google phones

15:50  14 april  2018
15:50  14 april  2018 Source:   engadget.com

Google Assisstant finally works on Pixel C tablets

  Google Assisstant finally works on Pixel C tablets Google Assistant has been available on Pixel phones from the get-go and has spread to virtually every device that's even vaguely capable of handling it, but there has been a glaring exception: the Pixel C. Google confirmed to Engadget that the deployment started today.

Wireless Android Auto cannot come soon enough for many but keep one thing in mind, when it does arrive you will still most likely need to have your phone plugged into somewhere Previous HTC U11 available from 5th June. Next Dell Inspiron AIO machines bring VR and performance to mainstream.

Google says that multi-user voice detection isn't available yet, but voice training for you is here just like on your phone so only the driver can activate the system. Thank you Google , you finally figured out how to make wireless Android Auto happen.

  Wireless Android Auto is available for Google phones © Provided by Engadget JVCKenwood was a tad premature in announcing head units with wireless Android Auto given that phones weren't officially ready for it, but that support is finally here... more or less. Google has enabled cord-free Android Auto in vehicles that have an Android Auto Wireless-compatible infotainment system (built-in or aftermarket), but only if you have a relatively recent Google phone running Oreo -- that means a Pixel, Pixel 2, Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P. Sorry, folks, your LG- or Samsung-branded phone will have to wait. You'll also need a USB cable for the initial setup, so don't leave the wire at home the first time around.

Google removes original Pixel and Pixel XL from the Play Store

  Google removes original Pixel and Pixel XL from the Play Store Google’s original Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, the beginning of the company’s broader push to unify and streamline its in-house hardware efforts, have been removed from the Play Store, as noted today by AndroidPolice. Google confirmed to The Verge that the devices are no longer available for purchase from the company directly. You can, however, still purchase the original Pixel and Pixel XL devices in a variety of colors and storage sizes from places like Amazon and Best Buy.

Android Auto -compatible cars are available in 30 countries from a wealth of manufacturers, and more are being added all the time. Android Auto now runs natively on phones . Andrew Martonik 1 year ago 136. Android Auto is even more useful with Google Assistant and wireless .

0 prepares to launch Wi-Fi projection support wait for wireless ? an android box for the car with GPS and screen mirroring Google announced it would be making Android Auto available directly on your phone 's screen a Does Android Auto 2

Wireless, smartphone-based in-car interfaces have been slow in coming regardless of which smartphone you use. Apple's CarPlay has supported wireless connections for longer, but it's still not nearly as common as its wired counterpart. Still, this is an important step. Car manufacturers and electronics companies may be more likely to add wireless support knowing that there's a wider variety of compatible handsets.

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Xiaomi Mi 7 Might Come With Face ID-Like Feature .
A new report claims that the first Android phone to feature 3D-sensing technology like the one on the iPhone X will be released in the third quarter.The reason why it’s taking so long for Android phones to adopt 3D-sensing technology is due to the difficulty in integrating devices’ hardware and software, according to Digitimes. Apple doesn’t suffer from the same issue since the iPhone X’s hardware and software are closely tied to each other making it possible for Face ID to work. Three-dimensional-sensing modules developed by Qualcomm, Himax Technologies and Truly Optoelectronics are believed to be the likely candidates that are coming to Android phones.

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