I have a 2019 Renault Megane ST GTLine with R-Link 2 (version 22.214.171.124).
Android Auto works fine except for media playback. As soon as I connect the smartphone to the car via USB, the system switches to the radio and it’s the only source available. Google Play Music (I tried other apps such as Spotify and Amazon Music, they have the same behavior) seems to be playing the media files, but the system doesn’t switch to that source. Navigation (Google Maps and Waze) work fine, with audio instructions, as does Google Assistant.
I tried this with several phones (Samsung S7, Samsung S9, Huawei P8 Lite), running different versions of Android and the latest Android Auto version. I also tried with different cables, but the result is the same.
Apple Carplay works fine.
Can someone help?
Thank you in advance.
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