Google Cast and Miracast are 2 different technologies and protocols.
Miracast primarily allows wireless screen mirroring, and support is usually built-in in the OS in modern Android devices and Windows 8.1+.
Google Cast additionally allows transferring external multimedia stream to the remote screen without decoding it on the mobile device, but support for ...
Its possible, it is much easier if you have two devices (e.g 2nd smartphone, tablet or PC)
Create a mobile hotpot AP using the secondary device.
Once setup, connect the primary device (where you are going to setup chromecast) to the mobile hotspot AP and the TV
Setup the chromecast as normal with the primary device and since the setup is once off you don't ...
A chromebook (or chromebox) runs Chrome OS. This is basically a very lightweight version of Linux that runs a Chrome Browser. You do not have the ability to install "native apps", with the exception of recently, it was announced, you can now install some Android apps.
The difference between Chromebook and Chromebox is a Chromebook is a laptop, which has a ...
Casting your Android device to Chromecast is not officially supported. The Cast Screen tile shows up in certain conditions but at the moment it is not possible to cast your screen.
From the original article:
The Cast Screen tile seems to pop up for users of Nexus and newer Motorola devices when certain Chromecast apps have been used, for example AllCast. ...
You didn't say what phone you have, or what Android version, so here's a summary.
If your phone supports MHL
and your TV does as well (almost all HDMI TVs do), then you can connect the phone to the TV with an MHL cable. There are two kinds of cables: a standard one, and a special one for certain kinds of Samsung phones. See How does MHL ...
It was hard to do but I did it, my Chromecast put out a wifi network labeled "Chromecast7002.b" I connected to it with my note 4 (the one I would later be using as a hotspot) and engaged the setup.
Once I got it to ask which wifi to connect to I chose other, and for simplicity sake labeled it "Hopefully this works" and had it unprotected. I then set up my ...
Chromecast needs some sort of connection in order to receive the media to display. Wi-Fi is the main option via a wireless router or a personal hot-spot. Google also sells an Ethernet adapter that you can plug into your wired network.
Usually Chromecast requires Internet connectivity to function, but it is possible to trick it into working on a hot-spot ...
Use the YouTube app. Within the YouTube app under your account you can find purchases. Within purchases are playlists of seasons of TV shows which you can queue up to play in a row.
Netflix still does it better as it checks on you occasionally so you don't binge every episode.
Chromeboxes, such as Dell Chromeboxes, are essentially small computers with video output. They are designed to run Chrome OS on a larger monitor - think of these as Chrome OS Desktops, whereas Chromebooks are Chrome OS Laptops.
Android TV devices, on the other hand, are media devices designed to run a version of Android and deliver media (video, music, ...
Google TV is an old set-top box (STB) product line, conceived as a competitor with Apple TV, using Intel-based hardware and initially without access to Google Play. After a rushed launch and a series of bad product reviews, Google TV had been pretty much abandoned as a product line, and is now replaced by Android TV.
In addition, other manufacturers have ...
I doubt there is a setting on the Phone or on the Chromecast device that allows you to set the SSDP query interval. I've certainly never seen one.
Firstly, 1 UDP packet a second is not a flood. Secondly, it's just the device sending out SSDP probes. This is not a big deal. I think once a second might be a bit much for a discovery ...
The original Nexus 7 does support screen mirroring to Chromecast. This feature was added in Android 4.4, so if you're still using an old Android version on your Nexus 7, you'll need to do a system update. From the Settings app, go to Display then Cast screen. Don't bother with the Chromecast app at all.
The option's in a different place on the S3, and it's ...
Short answer is: you can't. You can use a laptop (windows/linux/mac/chrome-os) with Chrome browser to cast. Or you can buy an Amazon-Fire hardware device.
Long answer: the "cast your screen" solution now seems to be broken.
Broken? Exactly how?:
the audio plays from the TV screen
the video does not play form the TV screen (TV is black ...
Amazon Prime Videos now supports casting to Chromecast straight from inside the official app, it does have a stupid problem that you can't use the phone to adjust the TV volume like you would usually do with Chromecast, it comes up with a stupid surround error when you try, and you have to use the actual TV remote to adjust the volume, but for the sake of ...
You can install WebRTC Desktop Sharing extension on your Chrome browser for Desktop. Click on its icon → Chrome tab + Speakers → choose your tab to share → wait for the extension to give you a URL.
Use that URL into your Android device's browser. It will take few seconds to initialize everything and then you can have a real-time Chrome tab ...
If Zillinium's suggestion to make changes into the "system / build.prop" does not make it fully function, you might need to also change the "/system/etc/wfdconfig.xml" file also. The following steps require both require root access and custom recovery TWRP.
Pre N (Nougat) the long way. You could use the nano command to add and/or change values, but for ...
Actually you can do it on Android, just a bit of imagination and effort:
Open WIFI, touch and hold your Wifi network (Options should appear)
Select Manage Network Settings
Then Show advanced options
Select Static under IP Settings option
Save the changes
I just made an adaptation from this post. I never tested it myself, but SHOULD work. Just give it a ...
You might be able to limit the permissions of the all4 application you mentioned in such a way that it cannot tell if Google cast is running.
The Github page has the full options on what is available.
According to an article from July, the first gen Nexus 7 does not support screen casting to the Chromecast.
That information MIGHT be out of date but as of four months ago, the 2nd gen (2013) was the only Nexus 7 that was supported for screen casting
Instead of using the Safari To Go app, go to http://m.safaribooksonline.com and log into your account there. When you start playing the video, maximize it and the Chromecast icon will appear in the upper left. Tap that icon, select your Chromecast device, and the video will appear there. As always, you can use your Android to control volume, pause/play, and ...
I've been able to set up a hotspot on my phone and use a third android device to pair the chromecast to that hotspot. After that you can screen cast to the chromecast no problem. (ignore the wifi not on part - it will work anyways)
The third device won't be necessary after the initial setup process.
Greetings from SlimPort Support. The way to connect your device to a TV or display is with a SlimPort HDMI adapter or dock. There is a new product called the SlimPort NANO.CONSOLE that just launched on Indiegogo – it lets you connect your device to the big screen (at up to 4K Ultra HD 2160p video-out), simultaneously charge your device, and remotely ...
If you want to watch videos that are located on an android phone or tablet, the LocalCast Media 2 Chromecast app will stream videos from your device to ChromeCast.
Note that not all formats are supported and that the performance depends on the device (may be slow if old) and on the WiFi connection.