Pre-orders for the Motorola-branded M1A Wireless Android Auto Dongle are live

Android Auto

Announced during CES, the Motorola-branded M1A Wireless Android Auto Dongle is now available to pre-order at Amazon. The dongle plugs into the USB port on your car and makes it possible to connect wirelessly to Android Auto with your smartphone.

One thing to remember is that if your car doesn’t already have Android Auto then there’s no point in buying the dongle because it won’t add the feature to your vehicle. On a side note, the M1A Wireless Android Auto Dongle isn’t actually manufactured by Motorola who have just licensed their branding to Meizhou Guo Wei Electronics Co. as it did for the third-generation Moto 360 smartwatch.


  • Wireless Car Adapter: Android Auto is a simpler, safer way to use your phone in the car and our wireless adapter connects to Android Auto on your car display.
  • Easy to Use: Use the direct plug-in USB adapter with an existing Android Auto-enabled car or truck. To wirelessly use on your car display, pair with a compatible active Android smartphone.
  • Fast Transmission: With 5 GHz WiFi for Android Auto Wireless, you can easily display all your favorite maps, media, and messaging apps to your car display. Ideal navigation for cars on road trips, you can use your smartphone to transmit a car GPS.
  • Sleek Design: The lightweight sleek design of this car adapter makes it compact and easy to carry around without taking up too much space in your car. Includes is a gel pad for added security for keeping the USB wireless adapter in place.

The M1A Wireless Android Auto Dongle slots into your car’s USB port and provides Bluetooth access to your smartphone so you don’t have any cables getting in the way. The ‘Motorola’ M1A Wireless Android Auto Dongle is up for pre-order at Amazon for $89.95 with orders scheduled to start shipping on January 28th.

He’s been an Android fan ever since owning an HTC Hero, with the Dell Streak being his first phablet. He currently carries a Realme GT Neo 2 in his pockets, a Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 in his backpack, and thinks nothing of lugging a 17-inch laptop around the world. When not immersed in the world of Android and gadgets, he’s an avid sports fan, and like all South Africans, he loves a good Braai (BBQ).

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