Motorola MA1 Wireless Android Auto back in stock at Amazon

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The Motorola MA1 was announced at CES 2022 and quickly sold out at Amazon and other retailers. This Motorola-branded wireless Android Auto adapter is once again available for purchase on Amazon.

Update 7/24: The Motorola MA1 is back in stock on Amazon (sold by Motorola Voice) after more than a month. Delivery is expected next week if you buy today.

It comes like the AAWireless at similar price is also now available on Amazon. As of today, delivery is later in the week than the Motorola branded dongle.


Update 6/21: Availability only lasted one day again.


Update 6/20: A week after it sold out, the Motorola MA1 is available again on Amazon. It’s still sold by Motorola Voice and ships from Amazon, although the earliest delivery date is now July 5 (in the US) instead of just days away.


Update 6/13: The Motorola MA1 is out of stock again at Motorola Voice on Amazon.


Original 6/12: After the $89.95 Motorola MA1 became available for pre-order in mid-January, this Chromecast-esque dongle began shipping to customers at the end of that month. It quickly fell out of stock at the official seller, and those who wanted this device had to resort to third parties who often sold it with an extra charge.

Since Sunday evening, the Motorola MA1 is back in stock at Amazon from “Motorola Voice” – the manufacturer. It ships from Amazon and arrives via Prime delivery as early as next week.

It’s still not available at Best Buy or Target today. Hopefully this marks the beginning of constant availability to buy the wireless Android Auto dongle and the end of price gouging.

Compared to a handful of third-party offerings that have beaten this branded gadget to market, Motorola Sound claims it “licenses technology from Google that allows users to easily connect to existing Android Auto USB vehicles wirelessly.”

As we explained in our review:

Of course, it’s important to remember that it’s not the Motorola you’re thinking of, but rather a sub-brand known as “Motorola Sound”. This particular product is actually produced by SGW Global, which licenses the brand.

A USB-A cable, which is not removable, comes out of the black washer. After connecting to a car, you pair your Android device and no longer need to plug in your phone to get Auto on your infotainment system. It is intended for older vehicles that do not natively offer wireless Android Auto.

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