Android Auto 12.2 Update Brings New Icons

Android Auto 12.2

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Google is rolling out a new update for Android Auto, introducing changes to enhance safety and user experience.

The 12.2 version, now readily available for download via the Google Play Store, primarily features new design elements to differentiate between apps that can be used while driving and those that should not be accessed.

You will see grayscale icons for apps that cannot be accessed while the car moves.

 Android Auto 12.2

These visual indicators replace the previous car icon or “P” overlays. When the car is parked, these icons return to standard colors to indicate full functionality.

The official changelog lists stability and performance improvements but does not provide specific details.

Updating to Android Auto 12.2 is straightforward, either through automatic updates from the Google Play Store or manually downloading the APK file from a trusted source.

However, to avoid potential security risks, it is crucial to exercise caution when downloading APK files from third-party websites.


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