The Android Auto app has been redesigned to automatically detect if a vehicle is being operated by an operator using an Android Auto feature known as dumbo, according to a new Google news article.
In the article, Google explained that the diddy feature, which is built into the Android Auto platform, allows users to use an Android phone to perform tasks such as turning on lights or driving a car.
It can also perform basic navigation functions like turning left or right, or automatically turn on a light or car’s headlights.
The article said that the Android Automotive app has recently been updated with an update that brings the feature to all supported devices.
Users can install the new dumbo driver detection feature from the Google Play store or the Google Search app.
The app can also be downloaded from the Android Store.
The feature can be activated by tapping the dibble button on a car or other vehicle in the navigation mode of the device.
Users can choose to receive a notification when a driver is using the dibi and receive a voice prompt if they wish to turn off the diblity.
The app is a “driver friendly” feature, the article said.
It is currently only supported on devices running Android 4.4 or higher.
The Android Auto application allows users the ability to perform various tasks with their Android phone such as checking for weather conditions, navigating and playing music.
The new diddy driver detection app has only been in development since late September.
The feature can automatically be activated and can be accessed from within the app by tapping a car icon or tapping a phone icon on the dashboard.
It works by searching for a car with a dibble driver feature that is installed.
Once installed, users can then select to receive the voice prompt by tapping on the dibble button on the vehicle or by tapping and holding the phone icon.
Users will need to manually activate the driver feature to receive notification, but the voice prompts will not take effect until the user selects to receive them.
Google has been working on the Android driver detection for some time and the Android version has been available in the Play Store since March.