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Just wanted to get a sense of what phone everyone is using and confirm that its supported by Android Auto and Apple CarPlay in the new Insight. Haven't been able to find a list of compatible devices from any official Honda sources.
 

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Wife is using a iPhone 6S and I am using a 7+ Both on version 11.4.1. Both with no issues.
 

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OnePlus 5T. After removing my phone under the smartphone connection list and re-enabling it, I haven't had any issues with Android Auto.
 

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If anyone out there is wondering, you could always try to pair your phone in one of the test Insights at the dealer. Just make sure you're as up-to-date on system upgrades as possible for your phone. That may matter more. Remove the phone from the Display Audio's memory once you're satisfied that it works.

For the record, I'm using an iPhone X, last year's model, with iOS 12. It works, unsurprisingly.
 

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Samsung Galaxy S7. Works great but response time is slow. The is in no way the fault of the car. My phone has always been slow as ****. The Insight is awesome.
 

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I found this page for Honda HandsFreeLink (bluetooth) compatibility useful, though it doesn't yet list Android Auto or Apple CarPlay info for the Insight: Honda HandsFreeLink | Bluetooth Connectivity for Honda Cars

For a list of bluetooth features by phone, click on "Find a Phone" at the top menu and enter vehicle info and phone info. On the next page, click on the hyperlink next to the phone image to see a list of available features. The site also provides instruction for connecting your phone, though this setup info is also in the owners manual (pp 395-396).
 
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