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I connect my iPhone to my car's stereo system via a Lightning-to-USB adaptor. If I listen to something that plays audio (e.g., Youtube), then as soon as the audio ends, the Music app immediately starts playing music. Specifically, it starts playing from some kind of auto-generated playlist that contains all songs on my device, in alphabetical order, by song title. (This happens even if I had been previously playing some album in the Music app and paused it; it doesn't resume its previous playback, but switches to the all-songs playlist.)

I find this annoying. I would like to have silence after the audio stops. Is there a way that I can change this behavior, to not auto-play music the moment something else stops playing audio?

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There won't be a good Apple solve for this as it's kind of engineered into how the iPod audio works on the original iPhones and iPods.

It would be great if CarPlay could signal to the device it's not needed to fall back on the old - connect a device and play the alphabetically first song in the library functionality.

The vehicle is responsible for not asking for a song in all the cases I've encountered - can you check with the operations manual / vendor of the car to be sure there's no way for you to disable auto play when a device is connected?

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