How to Fix Android Auto Bluetooth Pairing Issues After One UI 6 Update

Galaxy users recently seemed annoyed due to the Bluetooth Connectivity issue with the Android Auto app. As per the report, the issue occurred after the Samsung latest One UI 6 update based on Android 14. It’s not the first time the AA app user has faced such problems.

One UI 6 stable version hit the market in late October 2023, and it might happen sometime that the update is now not compatible with some apps. That is just a speculation! Although most of the time, app updates fix the issue. Most of the Galaxy S22 and S23 recently faced the issue, and some fan edition users have also reported having the same problem.

Regarding the problem, the app did not always pair automatically while connecting wirelessly via Bluetooth. The user has to pair it manually. Meanwhile, some users also face the issue of disconnection when using the app. Some users also report the app is not working altogether wirelessly. But it’s working fine using the wired connection, which is not always preferred.

It has been raised in the Android Auto community forum, and soon, there will be an update regarding the issue. However, no specific announcement is made when the fix will be available. In the meantime, follow the fix shared below to resolve the issue.

Auto connectivity issue

Android Auto is an infotainment tool used while driving cars. The app is equipped with some fantastic features from a safety point of view. While your Bluetooth is ON, the app automatically connects with your car, and Google Assitant gives you good company while driving the car. The clear interface makes the app seamless to use.

Fix the Android Auto Bluetooth Issue:

It is clear that the app is not working the same after the update. Therefore, here are some points you need to consider and try to fix it.

  • Make sure your Goole play is up-to-date. Here, follow the navigation steps – Open Google Play> MENU (Three Horizontal lines)> Settings> About> Play Store version> Update Play Store.
  • Check your Android Auto app is up to date.
  • While the wireless connection of Android Auto, your connected phone needs to have an active data plan and 5G Hz Wifi Support. Finally, try changing the Wifi default settings.
    • Long press the Hotspot Icon from the quick access section.
    • Change the band from 2.4 GHz to 5 GHz.
    • Save it.
  • Also, do check the “Protect management frames ” in the Advanced option. Try to connect by disabling it!

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