Android Auto syncs your phone’s critical apps to your car’s infotainment system. As a result, it allows you to listen to music, use Google Maps, make and receive phone calls, and much more without ever touching your phone. However, Android Auto didn’t let you choose which SIM to use while making calls if you’ve ever tried using Android Auto with a dual SIM phone. But now, Google has finally addressed this annoyance in the most recent Android Auto update- the Android Auto App version 7.1.614554.
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The latest update for the Android Auto software brings support for dual SIM phones, according to Reddit user u/abhi052091. Android Auto now displays a pop-up that allows users to select which SIM they want to use to make a call. Earlier, Android Auto used your default SIM to initiate a call if you had a dual SIM phone. Google originally announced the Dual SIM capability for Android Auto in September. The company at that time claimed it would begin rolling out the functionality in the following weeks. However, the company has just now started rolling out the feature.
For people in the West, this adjustment may not seem significant. However, users of Android Auto in areas such as India will undoubtedly like it since dual SIM phones are common in India.
The feature is released under the Android Auto App version 7.1.614554
Google is releasing the dual SIM capability with the Android Auto App version 7.1.614554, according to the Reddit user. To try it out, go to the Google Play Store and download the current version of Android Auto. If the update isn’t available in your area, you can get the most recent APK from APKMirror.
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