Android 11 is now available for download and this is good news not only for mobile users, but also for those who turn to Android Auto for an improved experience behind the wheel.
And all because Android 11 unlocks Android Auto wireless mode for everyone, which means you no longer have to own a Samsung or Google phone to use it. The only requirement now is a compatible headset and smartphone with Android 11.
Shortly after the launch of Android 11, some Android Auto users noticed that the Calendar app, which Google announced with a lot of noise last month, was no longer there when the new operating system was installed on their devices.
Although no one could understand why this happened, Google quickly launched an investigation and the company returned a few hours ago to provide Android Auto users with more information and an easy solution.
As it turns out, the Calendar app is disabled on devices that don̵
“If you see that the Calendar app is missing from Android Auto after upgrading your Android to Android 11, please update your Android Auto app to version 5.6, which is gradually being released over the next few weeks to resolve the issue. For those with Android OS 10, the Calendar app is easily accessible after Android Auto version 5.5,”, Explains a member of the Android Auto team.
So if you are installing Android 11 and the Calendar feature is no longer there in Android Auto, just make sure you are using the latest version of the app. At the moment, the latest version is Android Auto 5.6, but Google is expected to release another update, most likely version 5.7, later this month or in early October.