It has come to our attention that some Galaxy users are experiencing issues with Android Auto after updating to One UI 6/Android 14. More and more users are reporting problems with Android Auto not working wirelessly after updating their phones with Samsung’s take on Android 14 (One UI 6.0 was rolled out at the end of October 2023). Over 40 Galaxy devices have been updated, including Galaxy S22+, Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy A54, and Galaxy 23 series.
These users have complained on Google’s forums that Android Auto is no longer working via a wireless connection after updating to Android 14. They have reported that wireless connections don’t work at all or are very unstable and only work briefly. Google has acknowledged these complaints and added them to its “Known Issues” list, but there is no fix available yet.
For those affected, the wireless capabilities with Android Auto and the One UI 6/Android 14 update have been compromised. However, users can still use Android Auto by using a cable instead of a wireless connection or a wireless adapter.
On a positive note, the latest version of Google Maps for Android Auto now prompts users to save their parking location upon reaching their destination, with a “Save Parking Location” button appearing on the navigation screen. This feature ensures that users won’t be left wandering aimlessly in search of their vehicle.