Android Auto 6.4 includes a surprise fix for the Google Assistant
First and foremost, some context. Google Assistant Allows users to perform all sorts of operations hands-free, such as calling, setting navigation, controlling music playback, reading incoming messages, etc., while running Android Auto on the head unit.
But when it comes to making calls using the Google Assistant, Android auto The user noticed that everything did not work as expected because there was no outgoing voice in the call.
In other words, the Google Assistant does make a good call, but when the other party answers the call, you can’t hear the sound from the car’s microphone.
Incoming calls appear to be working properly, so only the voice of outgoing calls seems to be affected. Google has been doing a whole lot of research for a while, but recently we’ve seen Android Auto 6.4 address this issue.
“Thank you for your feedback. The Android Auto team has already released a fix to address this. However, if you are still facing this issue, please update the Android Auto app to the latest version (coming soon) and let us know if you have any further issues.A member of the Android Auto team Said Early this month.
Unfortunately, even if you’re using Android Auto 6.4 in your car, this doesn’t seem to be a universal solution, as some people complain about the same issue.
At first glance, there is no difference between the phone model and the car brand, as Android Auto issues appear to occur in almost any random configuration.
It’s unclear at this time if the company is still investigating and if updated patches are available to users, as Google hasn’t provided any other details about the fix.