You don't. Once you pair the phone to the car, it connects even when it's in your pocket. I do it all the time.
Now, if you want to use all the power of Android Auto to mirror your phone apps to the car's head unit, then you need to use a cable. I'm not sure why, but I imagine it is because bluetooth doesn't supply enough bandwidth.
I have no idea what the deal is with an iPhone. I'm strictly an Android user.
Yes I have “paired” the phone and I can answer calls and make calls by using the phone button but I have to choose the # on the media screen.
In my old car I would just hit the speaker button and could then say call home and it worked
Thank you for the suggestion, but when I tried this I do not have voice recognition icon, I’m guessing this only works when I use Apple CarPlay. I don’t want to have to attach my phone to have voice recognition but it seems that is the way it is.
With the Coronavirus outbreak happening, Hyundai has relaunched their Assurance Job Loss Protection Program.
The program covers:
Hyundai to Make up to Six Months of Payments to New Buyers in the Event of Job Loss
90-Day Payment Deferral on New Purchases
This is the full announcement from the...
Hyundai has unveiled a new EV concept car called the 'Prophecy'. It could be part of Hyundai's giant roll out of EVs, or at least the design elements could be.
Are there any aspects of the Prophecy that you'd want to see used on the Venbe? I really like the taillight design.
Hyundai is going to offer 3-Year/36,000-Mile Basic Maintenance with the Purchase or Lease of a new 2020 Hyundai Vehicle.
The new "Hyundai Complimentary Maintenance" will include oil and filter changes plus tire rotation for 3 years or 36,000 miles.
More details on the program can be found at...
The IIHS revealed today that Hyundai has tied with Subaru for the most combined IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+ and TOP SAFETY PICK Awards.
In total Hyundai earned 9 awards, 8 2020 TOP SAFETY PICKS and 1 2020 TOPE SAFETY PICK+.
Hyundai's TOP SAFETY PICK+ award winner was:
Hyundai is partnering with Canoo to co-develop an all-electric platform that uses Canoo's skateboard design.
The plan is to use the platform for electric Hyundai and Kia vehicles. It's part of Hyundai's commitment to invest $87 billion over the next five years for EVs
Hyundai Motor Group...