Google launches official support forum for Chromecast users

Google launches official support forum for Chromecast users

Google has launched a support forum for Chromecast users, especially meant for those still trying to figure out how to make their Chromecast dongles work, or how to pair it with the app. Apart from answering the other most frequently asked questions, there are various setup guides available.

The FAQ section of the Chromecast forum states a number of common questions along with the links to their solutions. Some of the questions deal with the minimum requirements queries, cast extension drop-down, troubles in setting up the Chromecast, Wi-Fi errors and much more.

One can further get the Chromecast support by calling by phone on 1-855-836-3987 or by mailing them via their email link.

The search engine giant in February also released the Google Cast Software Development Kit (SDK) for developers, which would allow developers to easily build Chromecast support into their apps, making them into Google Cast-ready apps. John Affaki, Engineering Manager, Chromecast in a blog post revealed that the SDK is now available on Android and iOS as well as on Chrome through the Google Cast browser extension.

Google emphasised the ease of porting apps to the Google Cast framework, adding: "The Google Cast SDK is simple to integrate because there's no need to write a new app. Just incorporate the SDK into your existing mobile and web apps to bring your content to the TV."

Google Chromecast was launched in July last year as part of the company's attempt to make it easier for people to access Internet content on their televisions. The Chromecast can be plugged into an HDMI port on flat-panel TVs and brings Netflix, Google's YouTube site and other Internet content.


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