- Chromecast: Plugs into any HDMI port on your TV, and uses your existing Wi-Fi network to stream video from the internet to your TV. Chromecast is controlled from devices on the same Wi-Fi network, such as mobile devices, tablets, or computers, and is powered using the USB cable (#2).
- USB power cable: Provides power to your Chromecast. One end plugs into your Chromecast, and the other end plugs into the power supply (#3). Optionally, a USB port on your TV may be used as a power supply. Note: Do not plug the USB cable into a port labeled "Service", it must be labeled "USB" or display this symbol:
- Power supply: Used with the USB power cable (#2) to power your Chromecast (#1)
- Chromecast: Your Chromecast Ultra plugs into an HDMI port on your TV, and uses your existing Wi-Fi or Ethernet network to stream video from the internet to your TV. A Chromecast Ultra is controlled from devices on the same Wi-Fi or Ethernet network, such as mobile devices, tablets, or computers.
- Power supply: The power supply connects your Chromecast Ultra to AC power. You can also connect your Chromecast Ultra to an Ethernet network through the port on the power supply. In some cases, an Ethernet connection can improve streaming speed and stability. Important: Chromecast Ultra won't work with any other USB cable, or any USB cable plugged into a TV. You must use the power supply included in the Chromecast Ultra box.
MORE HELP WITH SETTING UP CHROMECAST ULTRA CAN BE FOUND HERE.