Unfortunately, when Android Auto’s voice command support goes crazy for no apparent reason, it’s hard to name a useful feature. Users know that their interaction with the Google Assistant has not been successful recently. Using voice commands too often for no reason was a mistake. None of the commonly used workarounds worked. No uninstall, no updates to install, no cache and data clearing, etc. It was just a waste of time.
Drivers can concentrate on the road while conversing easily with Android Auto thanks to the voice command option. They can, in principle, control music playing, establish a new Google Maps route, or even build a phone without glancing at the screen. Fortunately, Google determined what went wrong, and the firm fixed it this week. Recently, the most typical answer to any command made by users was, “Something went wrong, please try again.” And so on, without being able to ignore this error notice. As a result, using voice instructions while driving was no longer feasible.
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So if you are also getting the mentioned message from the Google Assistant in your car, just check that you are using the latest version of the Google app on an Android Auto compatible device in your car. The current build solves this problem.
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