The Google Assistant driving mode that the company first announced in 2019 has begun to appear on some Android devices. XDA developers report.The user interface looks different from Google Presented at its I/O developer conference last year. XDA Said that it first noticed that it happened two weeks ago, when users reported seeing a new navigation interface in Google Maps.
It is not clear whether the introduction of this new model is part of the test or whether it will be rolled out to all users. Mishaal Rahman in XDA He said that he saw new driving modes on Google Pixel 4, Asus ZenFone 7 Pro and LG Velvet, and he speculated that the new mode will replace the Android Auto app on smartphones.This seems to be related to Google tells edge last year.
Will the new model include all features Google describes when it first announced the driving mode It’s not clear yet. It can be displayed on any Android phone with Assistant using the “Hey Google, let’s drive” voice prompt, which will pop up a dashboard that contains driving-related activities and other personalized recommendations. It will provide infotainment functions for drivers who are not equipped with touch screen displays.
Even on devices with the new mode enabled, the voice prompts don’t seem to work properly. according to Android police. To see if your device has “Assistant Driving Mode”, open Google Maps and select “Google Assistant Settings” from the navigation settings menu. If it is not enabled, it will go to the main settings section of the Assistant.
Google did not immediately respond to requests for more information on Sunday.
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