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Wireless Carplay Reliability

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6 hours ago, bdallas said:

^^^I agree with this. The only thing wireless CarPlay has the advantage over wired is convenience.



Aside from additional wear and tear on your phones charging port or the wire itself. And battery life reduction from using the phone while hooked to a charger, but we all do that anyway.

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19 hours ago, SilveradoRST said:

 I like the idea of the convenience of wireless.  However, I also like the idea of having a fully topped-up battery (using the USB) at the end of my travels and step out of the truck.   

Mine has the wireless charging too.  Just set it down, charges and connects wirelessly to Android auto.  On a side note, my Google Pixel has worked flawless with Android Auto, while my daughters iPhone music gets choppy every once and a while.  After having it both ways, I would not go back to a cable.

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