Ever since the Galaxy S22 series was released earlier this year, it has been plagued with issues related to Android Auto. And they are not just related to issues with the wireless connection. Even after using a wired connection, some Galaxy S22 users have been facing connectivity and blank screen issues.
Galaxy S22's Android Auto issues fixed with version 7.7 update
Google acknowledged these issues back in February 2022, and a beta fix was released in May 2022. However, even after installing that update, some users were still facing the same issues. Now, the company says that all the issues have been fixed with a new update (version 7.7 stable) that was released earlier this week.
Prior to this update, some Galaxy S22 users were using unconventional methods to fix the problems. Some users had to change their USB Type-C cable, while some resorted to uninstalling Samsung's Smart Switch app. The new update will most probably improve the situation. Similar issues were also appearing on Pixel smartphones, and the update may fix those issues, too.
Have you been facing such Android Auto issues on your Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, or the Galaxy S22 Ultra? If yes, you should install the latest update of Android Auto and try it out. Let us know your experience in the comments section below.