A new version of Android Auto is finally here—sort of. Google started rolling out a beautiful new version of Android Auto late last month, and your device should prompt you to switch over to the new look and feel when you plug it into your car. If not, you’ll want to check a buried setting to force this update manually.
As Android Police reports, some Android fans have been connecting and disconnecting their devices to their cars without ever receiving the notification—a critical notification, we note—to upgrade to Android Auto’s latest version. While it’s likely that Google will automatically upgrade everyone’s Android Auto at some point, there’s no sense waiting around for this day to happen if you can access its new version right now.
To see if you’re eligible, and to start the update process if you haven’t been prompted to do it, you’ll want to open the Android Auto app on your phone. Tap the hamburger icon in the upper-left corner and tap on Settings. Then, look for the very top item on your screen, which should be an option to “Try the new Android Auto.”
This article was originally published at lifehacker.com