Ok so when I turn my tv to the input that it's plugged into my tv says ready to cast so say I go into YouTube play a video then decide to go into the chrome cast app I downloaded through Google play it tries to search for chrome cast devices that are on my wifi network but it can never find it?
:crying: Help! Still not working guys even after the update! App works great for Chrome cast, but when streaming locally to phone......boo-hoo! Any ideas? I reverted back to 1.8x and all is well but no Chrome cast.
Ipad2 and Mini along with Barnes & Noble Nook HD not showing the cast symbol with any of the apps. Not surprised with the Nook HD since it is not 100% Android. Even with the devices that work not all apps, Youtube, Netflix or Google Play Movie/Music displays the Cast symbol.
Google launched its $35 Chromecast device today that allows users to stream their Chrome tabs and videos to their TVs from virtually every popular platform. In addition, Google is also launching the Google Cast SDK for developers on iOS, Android and Chrome, which will allow them to enable their apps to stream right to their users TVs.
What is happening is when I try to cast a tab with any type of video I get a blank screen with the sound. I read to uninstall silverlight so I did but I still the same problem. I reset my chromecast to factory still same problem. Uninstalled chrome and re installed still same problem.
For the longest time I could not figure out why I could not cast from Chrome on to my Chromecast from my laptop. I tried EVERYTHING!! Now Netflix worked fine and also the configuration software was able to find the Chromecast, BUT when I tried to cast a Chromecast frame, no dice, device not found.
I had added
and I had added the "GooleCastSdkAndroid" as a lib project.
But it still reported an error:
[2013-10-22 10:21:21 - CastSampleActivity] W/ResourceType( 8256): ResXMLTree_node header size 0 is too small.
[2013-10-22 10:21:21 - CastSampleActivity] cast-android-sample-master\cast-android-sample-m
Google’s Chrome has been a popular and innovative browser since its introduction in 2008. We finally got a taste of Chrome for Android with the beta version, which was released this February. In an interview with CNET, Sundar Pichai, the head of Chrome and Google’s Senior VP, spoke on the future of Chrome for Android.