Learn how to begin using Android Auto in your Hyundai

Most Hyundai vehicles 2016 and newer equipped with Display Audio or Navigation have Android Auto installed. Android Auto allows you the ability to get directions, make calls, send and receive messages and listen to music through your car’s built-in display.

If you don’t currently have Android Auto, you may be eligible to download a software update. To download the software, you must be logged in to your MyHyundai account. If you are eligible, you will find a link to a download on the right side of the Multimedia and Navigation page.

To begin using Android Auto, you will need an Android phone with version 5.0 or higher the Android Auto App downloaded from the Play Store and a data plan. Plug your phone in using a USB cable and follow the prompts.

The videos below will provide more information on using and enjoying Android Auto in your vehicle.

Multimedia and Navigation FAQS

Android Auto extends the Android platform into the car in a way that’s purpose-built for driving.

Android Auto is a separate system than Blue Link. Android Auto offers customers the experience of your mobile phone on your vehicle's navigation screen while Blue Link offers services such as Remote Start, Remote Door Unlock as well as many other wonderful convenience and safety features.

Android Auto brings the Android experience into the car by ‘projecting’ apps and services to the screen in your Hyundai’s dash, and is designed to make it safer and easier to get the information you need when you’re on the road.

Automakers will be able to take advantage of a platform already being used by millions to deliver a familiar and consistent experience to their customers. Taking a platform-centric approach enables high quality application development in a way that is purpose-built for cars.

Android Auto allows drivers to more easily access apps and services from their Android phone in the car, without disrupting their focus on the road.

By working together in the OAA (Open Automotive Alliance), automakers and technology companies are able to combine our experience to design a safe implementation intended to reduce driver distraction (with eyes-free technology, like voice). By making the implementation seamless with the automobile’s existing controls, we’re addressing drivers’ current temptations to fumble around with their handsets.

The Open Automotive Alliance is a group of automakers and technology companies that have come together to bring the best of Android into the automobile in a safe and seamless way.

CarPlay integrates the features of your iPhone® and select apps with the touchscreen of your vehicle. CarPlay pulls data directly from your iPhone so you can easily access directions, send and receive messages, make calls, listen to music and much more. Just plug in your iPhone and go…

Apple CarPlay is a separate system from Blue Link. CarPlay offers customers the experience of your mobile phone on your vehicle's navigation/infotainment screen. Blue Link offers services such as Remote Start, Remote Door Unlock as well as many other wonderful convenience and safety features.

CarPlay is a connectivity solution that connects your iPhone to your vehicles infotainment system. The touchscreen display allows you to control select apps and your device through your touchscreen or by using voice control.

CarPlay is already available in the 2016 Sonata and 2017 Elantra. CarPlay is also available for the following existing models. Some models will require a software update to enable CarPlay. -2017~Current Accent with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2017~Current Elantra with Navigation -2017~Current Elantra with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2016~Current Elantra GT with Navigation -2017~Current Ioniq Hybrid with Navigation -2017~Current Ioniq Hybrid with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2017~Current Ioniq Electric Vehicle with Navigation -2017~Current Ioniq Electric Vehicle with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2018~Current Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid with Navigation -2018~Current Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2015~Current Sonata with Navigation -2016~Current Sonata with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2015~2016 Genesis with the eight-inch touchscreen Navigation system with rearview camera -2015~2017 Azera with Navigation -2016~Current Tucson with Navigation -2018~Current Tucson with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2016~Current Veloster with Navigation -2017~Current Veloster with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2018~Current Tucson with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2016~Current Sonata Hybrid with Navigation -2017~Current Sonata Hybrid with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2016~Current Sonata Plug-in Hybrid with Navigation -2018~Current Sonata Plug-in Hybrid with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2017~Current Santa Fe with Navigation -2017~Current Santa Fe with the seven-inch touchscreen display -2017~Current Santa Fe Sport with Navigation -2017~Current Santa Fe Sport with the seven-inch touchscreen display

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