No, it's fraud. But you can change to any name you want and it will work. Some people do it with Lucky Patcher (I've not tested). Also, you can build the app, with a different name, from sources.
ok 1 i can confirm that even ver 7.0.1614134 work as well. ..........but no any version can play unless u do the followed sequences.
Work ok in Android 12.
It's not supportedI'd like to use Tasker to send a specific youtube link to play in Fermata Auto. I've tried the intent.action.VIEW with url scheme fermata://open and fermata://play but can't seem to get the right command syntax
Also tried the SEARCH_AND_PLAY intent but Fermata doesn't recognize the standard query string
Is what I would like to do possible and can anyone point me in the right direction?
I ve try.1. Install Fermata Auto with King Installer.
2. Open Fermata Auto and back up (Export preferences to file).
3. Install Lucky Patcher. Tell Google Play Protect to keep app when pop up appears.
4. In Lucky Patcher find Fermata Auto in the list of installed apps and select it.
5. Select Tools.
6. Select Clone Application.
7. Select Rebuild the App.
8. Once app is rebuilt/cloned uninstall original Fermata Auto (from step 1)
9. Install cloned Fermata Auto with King Installer.
10. Open cloned Fermata Auto and Import preferences from backup file (from step 2).
11. The cloned Fermata Auto app will be in the list of Android Auto apps and should not be auto removed by Google.
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Seems like that Package renaming works, but I don't think it's a good solution. Google has many ways to block any app.