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BMW is finally adding Android Auto to its infotainment system, Ars Technica


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BMW’s OS 7.0 will support wired and wireless casting.

      

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This past summer Google gave usa big update to Android Auto, making it more capable than when (it first appeared in************For one thing, you no longer need a USB cable to cast from phone to car, although, currently, wireless support is limited to (a select numberof Pixel, Nexus, (Galaxy) , andNotedevices. And Android users will be delighted to learn that BMW’s integration will allow Android Auto to display stuff on the car’s main instrument panel and heads-up display, as well as the infotainment screen on the center console.

that may well be the first instance of an automaker integrating either Android Auto or CarPlay this well. Both smartphone OSes were recently updated to allow multiscreen support as opposed to being confined to the infotainment screen. But doing that requires some software work on the car side too, and Google and Apple were readybefore any of the automakers.

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