Create an Icon for Android isn't that easy since Google announced Material Design
So you have to create a complete new Icon for Material Design
This is what i've made for my redesigned version of the upcoming Handball Bayern App update
Google Material Design Spec for Product Icons http://www.google.com/design/spec/style/icons.html#icons-product-icons
Nice Tutorial for Product Icons http://www.sitepoint.com/create-icons-android-app/
Android Auto was announced on June 25, 2014 at Google I/O in San francisco. The official mobile App was release on March 19, 2015 for US Accounts only
Since then it has become obvious that google will beat Apple on their Car Play.
At this juncture you can extend your app in two types of representation.
Here you can browse music and listen to music on android auto
recieve incoming notifications, read messages via Text-to-Speak and send replies via voice input
Auto-enabled apps cannot be published to Google Play at this time
I developed an Audio Sample for the Google Developer Group Munich Android Meetup on Aprlil 1, 2015 in cooperation with Audi Ingolstadt.
Not everyone has access to a Demo System of Android Auto, so Google released an Android Simulator which can be installed right on your phone
These Simulator can be installed via SDK Manager and found at 'android-sdk/extras/google/simulators/'
Start editing your AndroidManifest, set targetSdk to 21 or higher and add these entry
<meta-data android:name=“com.google.android.gms.car.application” android:resource=“@xml/automotive_app_desc”/>
the resource describe which type of automotive app do you want to offer
<automotiveApp> <uses name=“media”/> </automotiveApp>
To represent your media on Android Auto, you have to implement an Media Browser.
You will find a complete Sample on github:
Implement the MediaSession.Callback object to enable playback controls
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