It has already been launched unofficially Android Auto 9.3 in a stable version, and so that you are the first to try it, we tell you how to force the update if you still do not have it available and the news that comes with this version.
As you well know, we are always informing you of all the news that are included in Android Auto in preview versions, and Android Auto 9.3 has already arrived in stable version for most users behind a update staggered that you probably don’t have it yet.
There is a way to force the updates and we are also going to offer you a compendium of things that have been released with this new version.
It is not that Android Auto 9.3 is one of the most anticipated updates, but it is true that it is always convenient to update to the latest version to avoid all kinds of vulnerabilities or errors.
All the news of Android Auto 9.3 and how to force the update
Speaking of what’s new in Android Auto 9.3, it is a version without major changes, and is more focused on improving the performance of the application and solving certain technical problems reported by the community in recent weeks.
Since the launch of Coolwalk earlier this year in a stable version, Google has focused on stabilizing it on most computers and devices, so these later versions come to give more balance.
Android Auto 9.3 seems to pave the way for a big update, and it is that nevertheless, it recovers an option that was detected in 2021, where Google wanted to give users more control over those applications that were loaded at startup.
If you don’t already have Android Auto 9.3 available through the Google Play Store, we recommend that you wait a few more hours, since it is a rolling update.
However, if you are not patient, you can always search for the corresponding Android Auto 9.3 stable APK, and download it to your device. We never recommend downloading APKs due to certain security risks, but in this case it may be recommended.
If you have never installed an APK before, the system will require you to grant the corresponding permissions, since by default it is not configured to install applications outside of the Google store.