This article will give you a brief overview of the steps that need to be taken in order to fix Pandora Not Working on Android Auto. It will also provide another solution for other people who are experiencing difficulties listening to their preferred music source on their car.
Why is Pandora Not Working on Android Auto?
Android Auto is a great way to control your music on the go, but if you’re having trouble streaming Pandora, there are a few things you can do to get it working.
First, make sure that your Pandora app is updated. The latest version of the app (1.12.5 as of this writing) should work with Android Auto. If you have an older version of the app, you may need to upgrade in order for it to work with Android Auto.
If your Pandora app is updated and still not working, try restarting your car’s system software. This usually fixes problems with apps running in background mode (like Pandora).
If neither of those solutions work, try disabling Wi-Fi and then re-enabling it. If that doesn’t help, you may need to reset your phone’s settings. To do this: go to Settings > About Phone > Reset > Reset All Settings.
How to Fix Pandora Not Working on Android Auto
If you’re having trouble getting Pandora to work on your Android Auto device, there are a few things you can do to fix the issue.
First, make sure that your Pandora app is up to date by tapping “Install” from the main menu and downloading the latest version.
Next, check if your device is compatible with Pandora by selecting “Android Auto” from the list of devices in your smartphone’s settings.
If your device is compatible, make sure that the Pandora app is set up correctly. In order to do this, open the app and sign in with your credentials. Then, select “Settings” and under “General,” make sure that “Allow unknown devices” is checked.
Finally, try restarting your Android Auto device and/or your smartphone.
If you’re having trouble streaming Pandora on your Android Auto device, here is a quick fix. First, make sure both your phone and car are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Next, open the Pandora app and sign in. Tap the three lines in the upper left corner of the main screen (the one that says “My Stations”). Under “Connection Status,” make sure “TCP/UDP: On” is checked. Finally, tap the gear icon in the top right corner of this screen and select “Settings.” In the “General” section, make sure under “Network Settings” that TCP/UDP: On is also checked.