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I have the new Android Auto interface installed. When it works, it's great! It will work fine anywhere from 20 seconds to several minutes. I then unplug the cable and plug it in again and it will work for similar periods of time. I've noticed dozens of similar concerns in several newsgroups. Fixes are "turn off Wi-Fi and/or replace cable". I've tried six different cables including several new, Samsung branded ones. Nothing helped. Has anyone experienced similar problems?
 

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I had a similar issue, first noticed when we were buying our Palisade. Our rep said bad cable so replaced it but would still have the same issue. I found that the fix is to just restart the phone. Hope this helps.
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I had a similar issue, first noticed when we were buying our Palisade. Our rep said bad cable so replaced it but would still have the same issue. I found that the fix is to just restart the phone. Hope this helps.
Mike
Yes, and also update to the latest version of Android, if possible.
 

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I just purchased a 2019 Sonata. Android Auto works perfectly as long as I don't move the car or the phone. As I understand there are four wires in a USB cable. Two for power and two for data. The slightest movement of the connection between the cable and the phone and it disconnects. If I pull the cable from the USB dash port and re-insert it comes back until I jar the phone again. My phone is a few years old and the USB port is likely worn. I'm replacing the port on my phone in hopes that the new port will maintain a good connection. Android Auto should have included some buffering in the interface.
 
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