Hey, I saw some other issues with Android Auto, but not this one specifically. Back in February, I was driving home from the dealer where I had the car serviced (I think this was a coincidence as I do not believe any updates were done) and I had my phone plugged in and was listening to a podcast via Android Auto. Suddenly the screen and the sound froze. I unplugged and replugged the phone several times and then rebooted the phone. The screen finally went back to the default, but it wouldn't recognize the phone at all (Galaxy S10). I deleted all the phone profiles and started over. I was able to pair the phone via BT, but it would not recognize it plugged in. I tried several different cables (no go) and an older Android phone (worked immediately). I didn't talk to Honda because the old phone worked fine so I assumed that it wasn't a car issue. Interestingly, the Android Auto app disappeared from my phone at the same time so it couldn't be uninstalled or altered, but also couldn't be installed because the phone said it was already installed. Called Verizon, they tried troubleshooting. No go. They sent me to Samsung, who said it was clearly a software problem. A factory restore didn't fix things. Samsung sent me to Google. Google told me it was a hardware problem, not an Android problem. After two weeks of phone calls and frustration I ended up back to Verizon who replaced the phone under warranty. The new phone worked immediately and fine...until last week. Same situation - I was driving (not from dealership!) and Android Auto crashed and wouldn't come back up and the car won't recognize my phone other than through BT since then. It seems to be unlikely to be a car issue because my old phone and the new phone worked perfectly. Yet Verizon, Samsung, and Google couldn't pinpoint an issue with the my phone in February and now it seems to be happening all over again (I haven't started troubleshooting other than waiting a few days and then trying again today). But I had no issues with either phone until this issue and it's weird for it to be happening with two different phones unless it's a pretty significant software bug. Thoughts? This is very frustrating as I use Android Auto extensively in the car and my driving experience is decreased without it.