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Android Auto DHU Makes It Easier to Test Car Apps

Android Auto DHU Makes It Easier to Test Car Apps

Until today, organizations writing apps for Android Auto had to spend a lot of money buying a vehicle or at least a head unit in order to test their apps. However, Google has released a new Android Auto Desktop Head Unit (DHU) simulator that makes the testing process much easier.

DHU allows developers to run an Android Auto App on Windows, OS X or Linux systems and watch it “behave as if it’s connected to a car.” To use it, developers will also need a mobile device running Android 5.0 or higher. There are more details on the Android Developers Blog.

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