If you are an Android Auto user, you may be searching for a way to download and experience the unofficial apps. So, is there a way to do that? Exactly, there is a way. Today we're talking about it simply without any complex steps.
In the upcoming sections of this article, we'll discuss "How to install AAAD" through a perfect step-by-step guide. We have also presented the relevant steps by proof by stating a true screenshot of how we did it through some simple steps!
How to Install AAAD (Android Auto Apps Downloader) and Add Third-party Apps to Android Auto?
So, as the first approach to this article on how to install AAAD and add third-party apps to Android Auto into Android Auto by yourself, consider the following accurate steps clearly understand what each step explains, and do the needful by yourself and become a pro-user of this AAAD application:
Step 1: Install & download Android Auto
If you are not an Android Auto user up to this point, go first install and download the Android Auto app from the Google Play store or by clicking the above link. If you have already installed and downloaded the Android Auto App, we kindly remind you to check whether your currently installed and downloaded app is up-to-date.
Step 2: Open Android Auto
So, as the second step, you need to open the previously installed and downloaded Android Auto.
Step 3: Tap the icon on the left top corner
By clicking on that icon, you can find this Android Auto app's settings menu as soon as it is clicked.
Step 4: Go to Settings
As the next, step, go to settings and scroll down until you find the "Version" item in settings.
Step 5: Repeatedly tap on that Version item
Approximately, you'll need to tap on this "Version" item about 9 times continuously to get access to the developer menu.
Step 6: Click OK
When you have finished clicking on the above "Version" item as explained above, a quick prompt will appear and will ask permission to allow the "Development Settings". You have 2 options. Either you can tap on "OK" or "Cancel". To go forward, tap "OK".
Step 7: Tap the 3 dots on the top right corner and select Developer Settings
As the next simple step, you must have the 3 dots on the top right corner of your Android Auto app interface and select "Developer Settings".
Step 8: Find the Unknown Sources box
By selecting developer settings, you will be redirected to another page. So there you need to find the "Unknown Sources" box.
Step 9: Tap on Application Mode and select Developer
Now you are almost ready to install & download AAAD.
Step 10: Install AAAD
To install AAAD, consider the following important points:
- Open "Chrome"
- Search for AAAD downloader or click on this link
- Select the latest version of AAAD
- Download the APK file and install AAAD
Step 11: Open the AAAD app
Now open the previously installed AAAD app and grant permission to install it from the source again.
Now you have already completed the way of adding third-party apps to Android Auto. You also can check another way to add any app to Android Auto by reading our article on "How to Add Any App to Android Auto Using Screen2Auto". Also, you can read similar articles such as how to add;