How To Connect Android Auto™ To Hyundai
If you recently got your hands on a new Hyundai vehicle, chances are you want to take advantage of every exciting piece of tech, with no exception to Android Auto™ – a cutting edge feature that lets you access many of your Android phone’s essential functions like talking, texting, and navigation.
First things first, you’ll need to connect your phone! Allow the experts at our Hyundai dealership near Hunters Creek to set you up for success with your Hyundai’s Android Auto™ capabilities.
How Do I Set Up Android Auto in My Hyundai?
Connecting Your Phone
Start by connecting your Android to the front in-dash USB port. You must also turn on your phone’s Bluetooth, and hit accept to allow Android Auto™ permissions. Voila – your phone is connected!
Launching Android Auto
On your display screen, touch the Android Auto™ icon.
What Can I Do With Android Auto™ in My Hyundai?
Like using your phone, Android Auto™ is intuitive. Touch an icon on the screen to access its corresponding function.
While using Android Auto™, your in-vehicle voice recognition will be disabled. Rather, you will be using Talk to Google for voice commands, which you can activate by touching the microphone icon in the top right corner of the touchscreen.
Using Google Maps Through Android Auto™
Hit the navigation icon to launch Google Maps, which not only provides turn-by-turn directions but also integrates traffic conditions and estimated travel time. From Google Maps, you can enter your destination manually or through voice commands. For instance, saying “gas stations” while Talk to Google listens will automatically pull up the nearest gas stations to you.
Sending, Reading, or Replying To Text Messages with Android Auto™
To keep your attention focused on the road, Android Auto™ can also send, read, and reply to text messages for you through voice commands.
If you have any questions about how to elevate your drive with Android Auto™, don’t hesitate to contact us at Universal Hyundai.