This Mysterious Android Auto Phone Call Bug Has No Logical Explanation

There are several ways to make a phone call on Android Auto, but the most recommended come down to voice commands, which can be launched either with the Google Assistant wake-up phrase “OK, Google” or by simply pressing the voice input button on the steering wheel.

Needless to say, no matter what method you use to make a call, the experience should obviously be the same when you’re talking to someone, and the sound should be routed to your car’s speakers.

But according to some Acura owners who turned to Google’s forums to report a weird Android Auto behavior during phone calls, that’s not necessarily the case for them. And it’s all because the volume of phone calls when the voice commands are launched from the steering wheel is super-low.

Everything else works just as expected, with the volume level configured properly, even when making phone calls using touch input

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