Are you connecting headset and bike before plugging in the phone?I was able to install the update with no drama.
I can't get AA to launch to save my life.
This is all plugging the phone into the cubby connector.
I have a bluetooth headset paired. I can listen to AM, FM radio through the headset. All works as expected.
If I connect my phone to bluetooth I can hear that (relayed through the bike) on my headset.
It's a Sena 20S.
I've tried it with my phone's bluetooth paired to the bike.
I've tried it with bluetooth off on my phone (and not paired to the bike).
I can't get anything related to AA to show up on the bike.
I've launched AA on the phone and gone through the "yes, I agree to everything" screens.
I've set the Developer options to default to File Transfer / Android Auto for USB connections.
I've tried 3 different usb cables. All of the cables work flawlessly elsewhere.
The cable that came with the phone is USB C to USB C, so not really an option for the bike.
Before the update I had my phone plugged in in the cubby for the past few days and consistently received a "no response device" message.
I had it set to "charge only". That setting has been addressed (as mentioned above), but I can't get Android Auto to even launch.
On the phone, have you checked the 'setttings' inside the AA app to be sure aome apps are set to project to bike?