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I have a 2016 Sonata Hybrid Limited and was wondering if there is a way to connect Android Auto via Bluetooth. It's inconvenient to connect with USB cable every time I drive my car.
 

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Nope. From an answer on the web: Bluetooth does not have enough bandwidth to render audio & video for Android Auto.

You're pulling a lot of data for a GPS.
 

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get a tracphone. i got one for 49 bucks, galaxy sky. has 16gb storage. it comes with 5gb data(plus a buncha minutes and texts). download android auto, then connect it to your unit, and never disconnect it. use the phone you have now for all your other stuff. then it costs like 49 bucks to renew it each year. run the usb cable to the glovebox, and put the phone in there, or some other out of the way place that wont be bothered. i think you will only use about 100mb/mo, and you can purchase 1gb data for 10 bucks
 
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