How the issue affects usersA user named MaikGleisberg wrote: “Since January 27 (latest Android Auto update 11.2.6404) my voice control does not work when connecting my mobile to my car via Android Auto. I still get the “Oops, something went wrong” message after pressing the voice control button on the steering wheel or using the microphone button in Android Auto. Before, it worked wonderfully.
Meanwhile, another Android Auto user, who drives a Mazda 6 with the MZD Connect infotainment system, said they tried the following fixes to temporarily resolve the issue:
- Restarting the mobile and automotive infotainment system
- Deleted cache and data for Android app
- Set infotainment to factory settings
- Tried old version of AA: 10.8.1343
- Android Auto 11.3.1405 beta installed
However, if this doesn’t work for other users, it’s important to note that Google may be aware of the problem.
A member of the Android Auto team had a few questions he wanted “MaikGleisberg” to answer. The information requested by the Android Auto team member is as follows:
- Android OS version:
- Connection type (wired or wireless):
- Google Play Services version: (Settings > apps (Or Apps and notifications > Application information) > Google Play Services)
Google is expected to roll out a new Android Auto update to address this issue in the coming days. So, if Google Assistant is not working for some Android Auto users, they should be on the lookout for this update. More details will be shared once the company rolls out the update.
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