Got an older car without Bluetooth? You can still stream tunes — here’s how
We’re seeing more and more automakers incorporating Android Auto-compatible displays into their vehicles, allowing you to use Google Assistant to mirror popular apps for music, navigation, and communications right onto your dash. It’s a great way to safely use the functionality of your phone when you’re behind the wheel, but you don’t need to buy a brand new car to take advantage of Android Auto. The mobile app is really good and lets you customize your own setup using your phone, a Bluetooth FM Transmitter, and your choice of car mount. If you’re not currently using Android Auto in your car, we’ve got the perfect guide that should work with any phone and any make and model of car.
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