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This is just an FYI for those of you that may be experiencing a similar problem. I was using AA with no problems using a non-Samsung USB cable. I took my truck in for repairs so I was using a Chevy Malibu rental for the week. The Malibu had Android Auto so I decide to use that with my phone. All worked well, maps, music, etc. At the end of the week, I pick up my truck and attempt to use AA like always. For some reason, my phone would not connect with AA. I could play the music, but it was only when I used the Bluetooth connection with the Honda interface Graphical User Interface. The AA GUI would not work. I tried deleting the Bluetooth connection on the phone as well as on the Honda screen. I even deleted, cleared cache, etc on the AA app on my phone. Still no connection to AA. What I ended up doing was selecting the top option on the picture shown "Reset settings" and "Reset network settings" and also switched to a Samsung brand USB cable. After resetting those items, I had to go back thru setting up a new connection Bluetooth on the Ridgeline. Next step was to allow all the permissions for Android Auto on the phone.
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I'm not sure which one fixed my issue. I think it may have been multiple issues since I tried unsuccessfully to pair a different phone as well.
 

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Similar problem here on my Black that I've owned for 12 hours. My Pixel 3 worked great on my 2018 RTL-T - after I wrestled with it for a couple of weeks. I think the Bluetooth may somehow step on the cable connection. I'll get the AA screen up for about 30 seconds - then it disappears and I get the "nothing connected" message from the truck. Like Honda, hate the RadioShack Color Computer era electronics. I'll try your solution. Thanks
 
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