Chromecast allows you to stream video content on multiple screens at your home.
This article will demonstrate how to use Chromecast with your TV, iPhone or Android.
Which devices can a Chromecast stream to?
Google Chromecast support literature describes how to connect your Chromecast dongle to your TV. But the list goes on.
To operate a Chromecast, you need two connections: an HDMI cable and a power supply.
HDMI works with any HDMI input screen.
Chromecast won’t let you use Chromecast dongles in order to access casted content.
Remember that a ChromecastUHT0_ Chromecast will need a 4K TV, high-speed internet connectivity, and a Chromecast UHT0_.
Connect Your Chromecast to Your Wi-Fi Network
Connect your Chromecast to the Wi-Fi network, if you’re using it in an office.
Make certain your Chromecast has Wi-Fi enabled.
Download Google Home App for your smartphone to establish the connection. Click on >Add > Setup device > Create a new device and follow the instructions.
Chromecast on the Computer: How to Use It
There are a variety of ways that Chromecast can work with Windows computers. The above methods all use Google Chrome as their web browser.
Chrome streams content to any tab on your desktop or to individual tabs. You can also stream content directly from a file saved on your computer.
To make your selections, click on Chrome and open more > Cast.
You can stream just one Chrome tab or the entire file. However, it will impact the casting and not reveal the contents of your screen to those viewing the cast output.
Chrome needs to be always running in the background.
You can cast your entire computer’s desktop instead. This means that all the information on your computer’s screen will appear on the casting destination.
Chrome should be stopped before it can be cast again.
Note: Chromecasts work only with Windows 7 or higher.
Chromecast Mac: How do you use
It’s possible to stream video from your Mac to Chromecast.
Here’s a quick guide:
- Google Chrome.
- Continue reading (three vertical dots).
- Choose your destination Chromecast.
- To cast your entire screen, click Sources.
- Chrome may be used for the duration of the casting process.
Chromecast Android: How can you use it?
Android users have more control than iOS users when it comes to casting content from their Android devices onto a TV screen.
Android has unique casting abilities that allow it to cast entire screens as individual apps.
This feature offers many advantages, such as the ability to cast an entire display.
Open the Setting application to cast the Android screen via Chromecast. Click on Connected Devices > Preferences > Play to choose the Chromecast device to use.
YouTube and other apps also include a casting option. When you tap the button, it will automatically cast your video on Chromecast.
The rest of your phone, including notifications and other apps, won’t be broadcast. This provides greater privacy for casting in public settings.
Chromecast – How to Use It on an iPhone
iPhone users can cast content to a Chromecast natively, but only if the app supports it. Replica Third-party apps such as Replica are required to cast the entire screen.
Chromecast will work in all apps that support it. A button similar to a TV’s screen will appear in the app’s menu or main screen. This icon will allow you to access a list of Chromecast devices on your network.
Chromecast Without Wi-Fi: How to Use Chromecast
Chromecast is compatible with Android devices.
Chromecast without Wi-Fi works very similarly to casting with Wi-Fi.
Chromecasts nearby Chromecasts you can search for. When asked, you will need to enter your Android PIN.
NOT: A cheap travel router is the best option if your iPhone needs to be used frequently without Wi-Fi.
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