We bought a Hisense TV to replace the same after the recent quake out here. The new one had an Android OS that required downloading a Google app just to make adjustments, like changing the shutoff time. The old one had a Roku OS, we found one and got it. No app required to do normal TV adjustments. Taking the Android Google one back.That's one reason I'm hesitant about a car based on Android Automotive (not Android Auto - it's the car's OS not a phone connection). Not only does that hand over a lot of data to Google that's hard to control, but it updates itself often. Sort of like Tesla by Google. But I don't see a commitment to a truly stable, secure OS that will run indefinitely without updates. I'm probably wrong, but I just have a bad feeling about it.