AAAD does not work, what can I do?

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One of the most annoying problems when you go to take your car is detect that AAAD is not working. We are talking about a bug that prevents you from using Android Auto correctly in your car, making the situation very desperate.

Luckily, just as we have explained to you cHow to use wireless Android Auto, today you will learn to fix this bug in Android Car when AAAD not working.

What is AAAD in Android Auto

What is AAAD in Android Auto

AAAD, or Android Auto Apps Downloader, is a third-party tool that allows users to install Android Auto apps that are not normally available or supported in certain regions. To say that this app is essential to access functions that Android Auto does not allow.

Some Android Auto apps may not be available due to geographic restrictions or Google policy. AAAD makes it easy to install such apps, allowing users to use a greater variety of apps while using Android Auto.

For example, YouTube cannot be used on Android Car por security issues, but through AAAD you can avoid the restriction, something ideal if you are parked waiting for someone and you want time to pass a little faster...

However, it should be noted that since AAAD is not an official application and is used to bypass restrictions imposed by Google, its use may be against Google's usage policies. Users should understand these risks before deciding to use this or any other similar tool. So, If AAAD does not work, it is completely normal, although we are going to see the causes and possible solutions.

AAAD does not work: causes and solutions to this problem


To begin with, it is important that you take into account that the Android auto application launcher we are talking about is an open source program, and that it can be download from the official GitHub page.

Now, follow these steps:

  • Download and install the Android Auto app on your smartphone.
  • Open Android Auto and tap on the three lines icon located in the upper left corner.
  • Select "Settings" from the dropdown menu.
  • Scroll to the bottom and tap "Version History" to enable Developer Settings. Confirm your choice.
  • Go back to the “Settings” menu and select “Developer settings”.
  • Find and select the “Unknown Sources” option to allow installation of apps from sources other than Google Play.
  • Under “Developer Mode”, make sure the “Developer” option is selected.
  • Now, visit the AAAD website and download the latest version of the app.
  • Once downloaded, open the AAAD app and indicate that you allow installation of apps from this source when prompted.
  • On the main AAAD screen, you will be able to choose and download third-party apps to use in Android Auto. Just select the one you want and install it.

There are many reasons why AAAD doesn't work. For example, Google may have implemented new restrictions or updates that prevent AAAD from working properly. Make sure you have the latest version of AAAD, as developers often release updates to counteract these changes. Remember that a little above you have the link to GitHub. And if there is an update for AAAD and it doesn't work, you still have to wait a few days.

You also have to take into account that This app to install what you want on Android Auto requires an Internet connection stable to download apps. Verify that your Internet connection is working correctly. If the car WiFi fails, you can always share the data with your phone.

If this is your first time installing this program, please note that not all devices are compatible with AAAD or the applications you are trying to install. Make sure your device meets the AAAD minimum system requirements and the apps you want to install.

And if it's the first time you try this app, You also need to make sure that AAAD has the necessary permissions to install apps on your device. You can check and change the app permissions in your device settings.
Also, the free version of AAAD limits the number of apps you can install. If you have reached this limit, you may need to purchase the premium version of AAAD to install more apps.

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The AAAD interface
Reinstalling apps
If suddenly an application in Android Auto stops working, or directly AAAD does not work, you can try reinstalling the apps. This process is quite fast and automated, and allows you to rewrite the installation files to avoid errors or corrupted files.

Clear cache
The cache fills up as we use applications with small files that record our movements and uses. On some occasions, applications crash because the cache is full and this prevents the correct writing of new files. You can try to fix any problem if AAAD is not working by clearing the cache on your device.

In case an Android Auto app suddenly stops working, or if AAAD doesn't work, a possible solution may be to reinstall the applications. This is a fairly simple procedure, and it allows you to rewrite the installation files to prevent errors or file corruption.

The cache may be the cause why AAAD has stopped working. As we use different applications, the cache accumulates with small files that record our activities and usage patterns. Sometimes, application crashes can be due to a full cache that prevents the correct generation of new files. If AAAD stops working, one possible solution would be to clear your device's cache.

As you may have seen, there are different reasons why AAAD doesn't work, and the solutions are not complicated at all, so don't hesitate to follow this simple tutorial to get more out of your car than ever with Android Auto.

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