Android 9 phones requires to install Android Auto from Google Play, Android 10 should have AA built in - not sure though if that needs to be in any way enabled in the phone settings etc - my phone is Android 9. In Germany you should have AA available in Google Play, only some countries (e.g. Poland), still no official AA support, so it does not show in Play shop and needs to be installed manually by downloading apk file - thats why I asked, but not appleis to you.Hi, thanks for the fast reply!
I haven't tested it on different cars, since the Giulia is my first car. I have tried with a Xiaomi 9T Pro (Android Version 10) and a Samsung Galaxy S10 (Android Version 9). Both are on german settings and my google account is also tied to Germany. None of these phones worked. The only option left is to try another USB cable, i have tested with 2 different cables, but it seems that none of these are original cables. I'll buy one in the next hours and will try again.
Ah, one information left: In the infotainment system, there is not even the Android Auto available as a selection option. But it should be there right?
AA in menu apears only when you connect phone and establish AA connection, when you jump back from AA to main menu - normaly goes off the list. Only trace that you have AA in your car is one of settings I think colour schema to select (can't remember where in settings, have a look, but MY2020 all cars shoudl have AA/ACP as far as it seems to me)