If you installed it again manually after doing this, then of course it's not showing up. This process installs the app. If you manually install it afterwards, you've undone what the command line process does. Try it again, but this time don't manually install the app after you run the command.
thanks, that worked. didn't realize the command installs it, duh. appreciate the helpIf you installed it again manually after doing this, then of course it's not showing up. This process installs the app. If you manually install it afterwards, you've undone what the command line process does. Try it again, but this time don't manually install the app after you run the command.
Previous steps probably used to work, but now I'm using Android Oreo along with the latest android auto and this method didn't work. So, here follow these easy steps to make this work without to much problems
Basically - If you have an Android, and you have your favorite sideload app with no ads, normally... Android auto doesn't even show the app. Well, there's a very simple fix for this.
1.) Open android auto on your phone, not plugged into your car.
2.) Tap the 3 bars on the top left.
3.) Tap the (i) About button.
4.) See android auto at the top? Tap those words until you are a developer (about 10 times).
5.) Tap the 3 dots to the right.
6.) Tap Developer settings.
7.) Scroll all the way to the bottom, and tap Unknown sources.
8.) Have fun.
I'm not responsible for you using a bogus app and it taking your car over and mustanging a crowd
sideloaded apps will not work, only apps installed by the playstore. However! You can still use xposed modules that work on playstore apps. I have an older version of spotify and pandora installed by the playstore that i haven't updated, and i use xposed modules with them and it works great. Pandora + pandora patcher and spotify + spotifyskip work great on my honda civic 2016 aa unit. I get no ads, unlimited skips, and even "thumb up" downloads.
This is exactly what I am trying to do. Make my patched apk work with A-A.
I am rooted and on my MM phone i have Xposed. As there is no Xposed for N (7.0+) yet What do you suggest?
I use the patched apk for spotify. So you're saying get the free playstore version and patch it with an Xposed module ?
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I am not the greatest with adb. I have used it long ago in the past.
I have to have the apk on my local storage and install it via adb to get it to work / signed ? I read that page but I couldn't get it to work
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I have tried all methods posted here, and have been unsuccessful. Could someone post a step by step guide to do this. I was attempting ways to do this so I could make a guide for everyone to follow.