Samsung begins rolling out Android Auto support for SmartThings

Last week, I had Samsung Advertise During the Unpacked Event 2021 It will bring Android Auto support for SmartThings. The new feature allows users to control their smart home products from their vehicle’s infotainment unit. Now, the company is rolling out the new feature to a small number of users.

The Android Auto Merge into SmartThings The app appears to work with version 1.7.59.23. If you have received this update on your smartphone, you can start using SmartThings from the Android Auto compatible dashboard in your vehicle. The Android Auto section appears in the app’s settings menu, and you can select which SmartThings devices you want to display on your car’s screen. You can select up to six SmartThings devices or scenes. You can also choose to receive automatic notifications to trigger scenes when you get close to your home (or whatever location you choose).

The SmartThings app icon appears on the Android Auto app launcher. After running the application, you can turn on / off smart home devices with a simple click. You can also turn on / off automatic notifications to turn on scenes from the settings menu in the upper right corner. You can also control SmartThings devices via Google Assistant on Android Auto.

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