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Thread: Android Auto

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    Rexter, another post asked you about your aftermarket radio and you showed a picture of it using android auto with your phone. My question is, did you unplug the mic on your radio and use the one on you're phone? Reason is, when I connect my phone and speak a command, the voice says, more or less, it doesn't know what to do. Then, maybe a second later a second voice does what I asked it to do. The first voice is louder than the second one. Did you have that problem?

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    Nope, when I'm connected via AA, the default mic is for the Kenwood and works perfectly

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