Android Auto assists you with controlling specific applications from your cell phone using the touchscreen.
You can even talk with Google using the voice order button on your steering wheel.
Whenever you are connected, you will get to applications that can help you make calls, play music, reply to texts, and a lot more.
Google maps are also in-built, so you can get a voice-activated navigation service, live traffic updates, and estimated time of arrival too.
Connect Your Cell Phone
Your cell phone should be compatible with SYNC 3 and be running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher to use Android Auto.
It would be best if you also had the latest variant of the Android Auto application downloaded on your phone and updated other Google applications like Google, Google Maps, and Google Play Music.
We recommend you be connected to the Wi-Fi when you download or update these applications.
You will also have to enable Android Auto in your vehicle.
To do so, press the Settings symbol in the Feature Bar at the lower part of the touchscreen.
Then, press the Android Auto Preferences symbol (you might have to swipe the touchscreen to one side to see this symbol) and click on Enable Android Auto.
At long last, your phone should be connected with SYNC 3 with the help of a USB Cable.
To connect, plug your cell phone into any USB port in your vehicle using your a USB cable.
Whenever you first connect, you will see a pop-up message on your vehicle’s SYNC 3 touchscreen asking as to whether you want to connect or not.
Press Continue, and when the following pop-up shows up, click on Agree to accept their policies.
You will also be requested to agree to policies on your cell phone.
Different steps may also be presented on your cell phone; follow the on-screen prompts to finish the setup.
Android Auto will show up on the touchscreen whenever you are connected, giving you access to your calls, message, Google Maps, and other applications.
Your cell phone screen might be locked out when connected with Android Auto.
Android Auto has no control on any of the standard functions in your vehicle.
At the point when you are connected with Android Auto, many SYNC 3 features, for example, the optional Navigation system and SYNC AppLink, will be inaccessible.
You can be that as it may, access a couple of SYNC 3 features by pressing the Tachometer button in the bottom right corner of the touchscreen.
It takes you to an integrated view that permits you to use specific SYNC 3 and Android Auto features.
To exit this view and return to Android Auto, press the Android Auto symbol in the Feature Bar.
With that being said, we have now come to an end to our article to help you with Syncing your Android phone with SYNC 3.