Pretty sure you're SoL on this one. Android auto seems to *require* the
apps to be written to work with it. I *believe* that the evolution of the
Android API should make this a relatively easy affair but considering the
'resource challenged' nature of MLO dev in general, it might not be on top
of the list. To wit, we haven't so much as *heard *about Android *Wear*
and I'd doubt Auto is higher on the prio list than Wear.
Unless there's some kind of an "app wrapper" for Auto that can wrap at
least the widgets (and a quick G search didn't really turn up anything like
that), not sure I'd hold out much hope.
Good luck and share anythign you find.
On Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 8:40:33 AM UTC-4, Dwight Arthur wrote:
> My car offers access to apps on my phone through Android Auto or Apple Car
> Play. I would love to be able to bring up an MLO to-do list this way, but I
> understand that it is probably a lot of work and not happening any time
> soon. So my question is, has anyone got a suggestion of a hack that would
> allow a to-do list (like, errands to run) to get captured out of MLO and
> displayed on the car's display via Android Auto or Apple Car Play?
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