Sales of the recently released Samsung Galaxy S23 are expected to start on February 17. Early users have, however, complained of a vexing problem: they have trouble associating their phones with Android Auto.
Many customers who pre-ordered their Samsung Galaxy S23 series phones are already experiencing connectivity troubles with the Android Auto feature as the phones’ February 17 debut date approaches.
On February 17, Samsung’s recently released Galaxy S23 series went on sale, with pre-order users receiving their devices early. Users who have managed to obtain the most recent phones, however, have reported difficulties connecting the S23 series to Android Auto.
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This led some people to speculate that this might be related to the problem that Pixel phones had with the January upgrade.
According to a report, this problem made connecting mobile phones with BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) devices impossible.
Of course, users have already tried to solve the issue, but they haven’t been successful. Although manually connecting to the device through Bluetooth can get around the problem, this is the only fix.
Customers claim that other Android Auto-compatible phones, even those in the same automobiles, do not experience connectivity problems, suggesting that the S23 series is the cause of the issue. Even worse, some consumers claimed that the problem was present in earlier series of devices but was never resolved.
Users of the Galaxy S23 will have to manually connect to the smartphone while they wait for Samsung and Google to provide an official solution. It is still to be seen how swiftly the two businesses will address this issue and whether or not a solution will be made available soon.
Prior to the release of the S23, Samsung One UI 5.1 is now available for older Galaxy phones.
No fixes to address the issue have been made available by Samsung or Google. Later, it is regretted that, although using the same update as the S23 series, other brands can connect to the Android Auto feature without any issues.
We can only hope that Samsung and Google are aware of the problem and working on a fix. Users will have to wait until that time to find out when they may anticipate having their connection problems resolved.