What do I do if Android Auto™* is not working with SYNC®** 4?
If you are having issues with Android Auto, complete the following general troubleshooting tips:
- Make sure Android Auto is installed on your phone.
- Verify your Android phone has Lollipop 5.0 or later.
- Ensure your phone settings are correct using Google's™ Android Auto support website.
- Make sure your Android™ device is connected to SYNC** via Bluetooth®*** and that Android Auto is installed on your phone.
- Restart your phone.
- Attempt a SYNC module reset.
- If troubleshooting with a Bluetooth connection fails, try connecting to SYNC with a high-quality USB cable.
*Available feature. Don’t drive while distracted. Use voice-operated systems when possible; don’t use handheld devices while driving. Android Auto is available on 2017 models with SYNC 3; owners of 2016 models with SYNC 3 are required to perform a software upgrade (available late 2016). Requires phone with compatible version of Android Auto and active data service. SYNC does not control Android Auto while in use. Google and other third parties are responsible for their respective functionality. Message and data rates may apply.
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**Don’t drive while distracted. Use voice-operated systems when possible; don’t use handheld devices while driving. Some features may be locked out while the vehicle is in gear. Not all features are compatible with all phones.
***The Bluetooth word mark is a trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.