- Google One VPN is among the best VPN services for protecting web traffic.
- Users discovered that Google One VPN became incompatible with Android Auto, causing frustration for many users.
- Google swiftly addressed the issue and released a fix for the compatibility problem, allowing users to use the Google One VPN with Android Auto once again without any issues.
- Android Auto lets users connect their Android device to the vehicle’s infotainment system to access navigation, music, and messaging, and is constantly being improved by Google.
Google One VPN Incompatibility with Android Auto
Google One VPN is a top VPN service that protects web traffic from prying eyes. However, users have found that it is incompatible with Android Auto, causing frustration for many users.
Google swiftly addressed the issue and released a fix for the compatibility problem in October, allowing users to use the Google One VPN with Android Auto without any issues. Users need to update the Google One to the latest version and manually add Android Auto to the VPN bypass list.
Causes of the Issue
The tech firm didn’t explain what caused the issue, but some users found that it was related to the Android Auto update. Some users noted that rolling back to the previous Android Auto version could fix the issue.
While Google released the fix on October 26, some Pixel 8 Pro owners have reported that the issue still persists despite updating the apps. Google needs to clarify if the problem isn’t fully resolved on some Pixel-branded devices.
About Android Auto
Android Auto lets users connect their Android device to the vehicle’s infotainment system, providing access to navigation, music, and messaging. It works in both wired and wireless forms and is found in almost every new car on the market. Google is constantly improving the user experience and recently redesigned the Map app for Android Auto with a sleek look and enhanced functionality.