If you own a Chevrolet car with an 8-inch MyLink systems, you might be able to take it to your local U.S. Chevy dealer and get a free software upgrade so it supports Android Auto.
Owners of 2016 model year Chevrolet vehicles that qualify for the software update will receive a communication from the brand on how to receive the update at no cost. The update is expected to take approximately 30 minutes. "We are working with our dealers to make the software update as quick and easy as possible to minimize any inconvenience to our owners," said Brian Sweeney, U.S. vice president of Chevrolet.
Chevy vehicles with the 7-inch MyLink system installed already support Android Auto. Currently, 14 different Chevy models support Google's automotive software OS. If you are interested in having your system updated, be sure to give your local Chevy dealer a call to schedule an appointment.
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