Come what may, where is the cast button on my phone?
The Chromecast button is usually located at the top right-hand corner of the screen. It looks a lot like a Wi-Fi signal but angled to the right within a rectangular outline. The Chromecast icon should display when you open an app that is able to cast a video from your Andriod device to your TV screen.
From everywhere, how do I cast to TV? Cast content from your device to your TV
Connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as your Android TV.
Open the app that has the content that you want to cast.
In the app, find and select Cast .
On your device, select the name of your TV.
When Cast. changes colour, you're successfully connected.
Forbye, how do I use Google home cast?
Hear anything playing on your Android device on your speakers.
From your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app.
Tap the left hand navigation to open the menu.
Tap “Cast screen / audio” and select your speakers.
Why is my phone not casting to the TV?
Make sure that your device and the TV are connected to the same home network. Make sure the Chromecast built-in or Google Cast Receiver app is not disabled. On the remote control, press the (Quick Settings) button. Select Settings.
Whether you're using Android or iOS, ensure that Bluetooth is on, then open up the app and select Devices. Hit the 'Set Up' button for your Chromecast, which should be visible. The code on your phone should match the code on your TV, so touch 'I see the code'.
If you can't connect to Wi-Fi, you can still stream to your Chromecast by using Guest Mode on the Google Home app, mirroring your Android device's screen, or connecting a cord from your device to your TV.
If you don't have a smart TV at home you can simply mirror your smartphone to your television and broadcast the phone's content on the bigger screen. Most of the new Android TVs come with support for Google Cast. Some TVs come with support for Apple's AirPlay technology as well.
The Google Home app will walk you through the steps for Chromecast setup. This includes Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra. If you've already set up your Chromecast on a mobile device, you don't need to set it up again on a different mobile device if all devices are on the same Wi-Fi network.
Causes of the Google Chromecast “Source Not Supported” Error An occasional bug in the app you're using to stream content.Poor or low-bandwidth internet connection. See our guide on how to use Chromecast without Wi-Fi. Issues with your mobile device, router, or Wi-Fi network settings.
Chromecast's multitasking capabilities allow you to continue using your laptop, tablet, or mobile device while casting videos or casting a Chrome browser tab. Once you begin casting, your device is available to open other apps, check emails and social media, create YouTube playlists, and even text.