Small Wireless Android Auto Adapter With Plug-And-Play Connectivity Updated

Published December 29, 2023

CEO Ihor Martsekha says this new device bridges the connectivity gap for cars that lack built-in WiFi capabilities. This means even older vehicles with traditional dashboard systems can now enjoy Android Auto's full suite of applications.

More information about Carsifi is available at

Motorists need only plug the new adapter into the USB port of their car's infotainment system. Afterward, a smartphone can be effortlessly paired with the adapter through Bluetooth connectivity.

Introduced in 2015, Android Auto is one of the world's leading smart car suites, with approximately 150 million regular users, according to industry data. However, given the average age of vehicles on the road is roughly 10 years, a significant portion of drivers cannot use this convenient service.

Martsekha says: "While integrated WiFi and advanced dashboards are increasingly prevalent, these features are often reserved for premium car models and aren't accessible to everyone. Carsifi's mission is to bridge this critical gap in connectivity in an affordable manner."

Through Carsifi, motorists gain access to features such as Google Assistant, guided navigation, and music playback. Moreover, drivers can effortlessly make calls or send messages using voice commands, significantly reducing distractions and enhancing road safety.

The wireless WiFi adapter seamlessly integrates with devices running Android 9 or higher, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of Android smartphones. For users with Android 6 to 8, a companion app is available to facilitate pairing. The adapter is compatible with numerous car brands, including Toyota, Ford, Volkswagen, and Kia.

Customers in the United States can expect quick delivery, with orders fulfilled within two to four business days; meanwhile, international orders are processed within 7 days. Carsifi provides a hassle-free 30-day return policy at no additional cost. Customers can also utilize OPay to split their bills into four interest-free installments.


Carsifi's journey began through successful crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. To date, the dongle has received over 800 five-star ratings on various review platforms. The company is headed by Ihor Martsekha, a software engineer with over a decade of experience in product development.

Interested parties may visit if they need further details about the device and its functionalities.

Carsifi, Inc.

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