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Set up Chromecast

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  • A Chromecast device
  • Latest version of the Google Home app
  • A display device with an HDMI input, for example, a high-definition television (HDTV)
  • Access to an available power outlet and a secure wireless network.
  • Meet the minimum Operating System (OS) requirements to run the Google Home app
  • An internet connection. 
  • Access to a secure wireless network (make sure you have the wireless network password handy)
  • For Chromecast (1st generation), connection to a Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4G network. For Chromecast, connection to a Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac 2.4/5G network. For Chromecast Ultra, connection to a Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac 5G network.
  • A compatible Android or iOS device or tablet, or Mac, Windows or Chromebook computer (see list below). 
  • Availability and performance of certain features, services and applications are device- and network-dependent and may not be available in all areas; subscription(s) may be required, and additional terms, conditions and/or charges may apply.

Choose your Chromecast device

Chromecast (1st generation)

Set up Chromecast from:

Android phone or tablet (Android 4.1 and higher)
  1. Plug in your Chromecast device. Change the input on your TV remote until you see the Set me up card on your screen. This is done using the Input, Source, or Menu button. You may have to cycle through a few inputs before finding the correct one (e.g. HDMI1, HDMI2, etc.)
  2. Install the Google Home app by navigating to http://chromecast.com/setup on your Chromecast supported Android device.

    Or click to download the Google Home app for Android.

    Note: Connect your mobile device/tablet to the same network that you intend to use to set up your Chromecast device.

  3. Make sure to connect your mobile device/tablet to the same Wi-Fi network that you intend to use to set up your Chromecast device
  4. Tap ACCEPT to agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
  5. In the top right corner of the screen, tap Devices .
  6. To allow Google Home app to access this device’s location, tap Allow.
  7. Choose the Chromecast you want to set up. Tap Set Up > Continue. 
  8. We are now establishing a connection with your Chromecast.
    1. If the app can’t establish connection, move closer to the Chromecast and tap Try Again. If there is trouble reading info from Chromecast, tap Try Again.  
  9. When Google Home app is successfully connected to the Chromecast, tap Continue.
  10. The code on your phone should match the code on your TV. Touch I See the Code.
  11. Change the name of your Chromecast to something distinct by deleting the current name and typing in a new name. Note: Guest mode and Send Chromecast usage data and crash reports to Google are enabled by default. If you don't want to enable them, touch the check marks next to their corresponding prompts. Touch Continue. 
  12. Choose the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to your Chromecast. To automatically fetch the password for this network on this device, tap OK. The password will populate in the password field. Note: Android L and above is required to auto fetch the password. Tap Continue. ​
    1. You can also manually enter your password. Tap Continue.​  
  13. Chromecast will now attempt to connect to the provided Wi-Fi network. 
    1. If it fails, tap Try again.  
  14. If your Chromecast needs an update, it will automatically update at this time and will let you know when the update is complete. Here’s more information on updates to your Chromecast  in case the update is taking longer than expected.
  15. When Chromecast has connected to your Wi-Fi, tap Continue.   

  16. If you're not signed into a Google account, tap SIGN IN to personalize your features for a better Google Cast experience. Then tap Allow Email Notifications for tips & tricks, offers, and more sent straight to your email. Tap CONTINUE.
  17. If you're already signed into a Google account, tap Allow Email Notifications for tips & tricks, offers, and more sent straight to your email. Tap CONTINUE.
  18. You are now ready to cast. Tap Learn to Cast to watch a tutorial on how to cast. Tap Skip to begin casting. 
  19. Note: Verify that your mobile device/tablet is connected to the same network as your Chromecast device.
iOS phone or tablet (iOS 8.0 and higher)
  1. Install the Google Home app by navigating to http://chromecast.com/setup on your Chromecast supported iOS device.
    Or click to download the Google Home app for iOS.
  2. Tap ACCEPT to agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
  3. Make sure to connect your mobile device/tablet to the same network that you intend to use to set up your Chromecast device.
  4. Select Set Up a New Chromecast.
  5. Exit the Google Home app > Go to your iOS Settings > Wi-Fi > "ChromecastXXXX"
  6. Navigate back to the Google Home app . Tap Next.
  7. Make sure the code on your phone matches the code on your TV. Select I See the Code.
  8. Select Your Region. Tap Next.
  9. Optional: Rename your Chromecast. Tap Next.
  10. Connect your Chromecast to your WiFi network. Click Set Up.
  11. If you're not signed into a Google account, tap SIGN IN to personalize your features for a better Google Cast experience. Then tap Allow Email Notifications for tips & tricks, offers, and more sent straight to your email. Tap CONTINUE.

  12. If you're already signed into a Google account, tap Allow Email Notifications for tips & tricks, offers, and more sent straight to your email. Tap CONTINUE.

  13. You are now ready to cast. Tap Learn to Cast to go through an interactive cast tutorial on how to cast. Tap Skip if you don’t want to go through the tutorial.

  14. Note: Verify that your mobile device/tablet is connected to the same network as your Chromecast device.

    Learn how to cast your favorite online videos and more from your phone, tablet or laptop to your TV with Chromecast by visiting chromecast.com/learn.

    Need more help? You can troubleshoot an issue directly from the Help Center, or post a question and search for answers in the Chromecast Help Forum.
Chromebook (Chrome 28 and higher)
  1. Make sure you're using the latest version of Chrome by navigating to “Settings > About Google Chrome” and update your Chrome browser to the latest version, if necessary. If you're having trouble, here's how to update Chrome.
  2. Navigate to chromecast.com/setup from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  3. Once on the Chromecast.com/setup click the link that says “Set up your Chromecast using this computer”.
  4. Chrome will now look for Chromecast devices that need to be set up.
  5. Click the device that matches the Chromecast name you see on your TV. It will be something like ChromecastXXXX. Click Set Me Up.
  6. Setup will try to automatically connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot produced by your Chromecast device. If this is successful, move to step 8.
    If this is not successful, you will asked to manually connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot of your Chromecast device. To do this, go to your Wi-Fi menu and select the Wi-Fi network that matches your Chromecast device name.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot before moving to the next step. This can take a few minutes. Note: You’ll lose your Internet connection for few minutes until setup is complete. This is expected.
  7. Click Next.
  8. The code on your device should match the code on your TV. If it does, click Yes.
    If it doesn’t match, click No and restart the setup process from step 5 above.
  9. Change the name of your Chromecast by typing in a new name (ex. Living Room) or you can leave it as the default name. Choose your country. Click Looks Good.
  10. Choose your Wi-Fi network by clicking the upside down arrow. Enter your password. Click Connect.
  11. Setup will try to automatically connect to your Wi-Fi network. If this is successful, move to step 13.
    If this is not successful, go back to your Wi-Fi menu and choose the same Wi-Fi network you picked in step 10.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi network before moving on to the next step. This can take a few minutes.
  12. Click Next.
  13. Once setup has successfully completed, you will see a list of all of your available Cast devices.
  14. Your Chromecast is now ready to cast. You can cast from your favorite Chromecast cast-enabled mobile app or cast a tab from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  15. Download the Google Home app to get the most out of your Chromecast. 
Windows Computer (Windows 7 and higher)
  1. Make sure you're using the latest version of Chrome by navigating to “Settings > About Google Chrome” and update your Chrome browser to the latest version, if necessary. If you're having trouble, here's how to update Chrome.
  2. Navigate to chromecast.com/setup from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  3. Once on the Chromecast.com/setup click the link that says “Set up your Chromecast using this computer”.
  4. Chrome will now look for Chromecast devices that need to be set up.
  5. Click the device that matches the Chromecast name you see on your TV. It will be something like ChromecastXXXX. Click Set Me Up.
  6. Setup will try to automatically connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot produced by your Chromecast device. If this is successful, move to step 8.
    If this is not successful, you will asked to manually connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot of your Chromecast device. To do this, go to your Wi-Fi menu and select the Wi-Fi network that matches your Chromecast device name.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot before moving to the next step. This can take a few minutes. Note: You’ll lose your Internet connection for few minutes until setup is complete. This is expected.
  7. Click Next.
  8. The code on your device should match the code on your TV. If it does, click Yes.
    If it doesn’t match, click No and restart the setup process from step 5 above.
  9. Change the name of your Chromecast by typing in a new name (ex. Living Room) or you can leave it as the default name. Choose your country. Click Looks Good.
  10. Choose your Wi-Fi network by clicking the upside down arrow. Enter your password. Click Connect.
  11. Setup will try to automatically connect to your Wi-Fi network. If this is successful, move to step 13.
    If this is not successful, go back to your Wi-Fi menu and choose the same Wi-Fi network you picked in step 10.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi network before moving on to the next step. This can take a few minutes.
  12. Click Next.
  13. Once setup has successfully completed, you will see a list of all of your available Cast devices.
  14. Your Chromecast is now ready to cast. You can cast from your favorite Chromecast cast-enabled mobile app or cast a tab from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  15. Download the Google Home app to get the most out of your Chromecast. 
Mac OS X Computer (Mac OS 10.9 and higher)
  1. Make sure you're using the latest version of Chrome by navigating to “Settings > About Google Chrome” and update your Chrome browser to the latest version, if necessary. If you're having trouble, here's how to update Chrome.
  2. Navigate to chromecast.com/setup from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  3. Once on the Chromecast.com/setup click the link that says “Set up your Chromecast using this computer”.
  4. Chrome will now look for Chromecast devices that need to be set up.
  5. Click the device that matches the Chromecast name you see on your TV. It will be something like ChromecastXXXX. Click Set Me Up.
  6. Setup will try to automatically connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot produced by your Chromecast device. If this is successful, move to step 8.
    If this is not successful, you will asked to manually connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot of your Chromecast device. To do this, go to your Wi-Fi menu and select the Wi-Fi network that matches your Chromecast device name.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot before moving to the next step. This can take a few minutes. Note: You’ll lose your Internet connection for few minutes until setup is complete. This is expected.
  7. Click Next.
  8. The code on your device should match the code on your TV. If it does, click Yes.
    If it doesn’t match, click No and restart the setup process from step 5 above.
  9. Change the name of your Chromecast by typing in a new name (ex. Living Room) or you can leave it as the default name. Choose your country. Click Looks Good.
  10. Choose your Wi-Fi network by clicking the upside down arrow. Enter your password. Click Connect.
  11. Setup will try to automatically connect to your Wi-Fi network. If this is successful, move to step 13.
    If this is not successful, go back to your Wi-Fi menu and choose the same Wi-Fi network you picked in step 10.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi network before moving on to the next step. This can take a few minutes.
  12. Click Next.
  13. Once setup has successfully completed, you will see a list of all of your available Cast devices.
  14. Your Chromecast is now ready to cast. You can cast from your favorite Chromecast cast-enabled mobile app or cast a tab from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  15. Download the Google Home app to get the most out of your Chromecast. 
Learn how to cast your favorite online videos and more from your phone, tablet or laptop to your TV with Chromecast by visiting chromecast.com/learn.

Need more help? You can troubleshoot an issue directly from the Help Center, or post a question and search for answers in the Chromecast Help Forum.
 
Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra

Set up Chromecast from:

Android phone or tablet (Android 4.1 and higher)
  1. Plug in your Chromecast device. Change the input on your TV remote until you see the Set me up card on your screen. This is done using the Input, Source, or Menu button. You may have to cycle through a few inputs before finding the correct one (e.g. HDMI1, HDMI2, etc.)
  2. Install the Google Home app by navigating to http://chromecast.com/setup on your Chromecast supported Android device.

    Or click to download the Google Home app for Android.

    Note: Connect your mobile device/tablet to the same network that you intend to use to set up your Chromecast device.

  3. Make sure to connect your mobile device/tablet to the same Wi-Fi network that you intend to use to set up your Chromecast device.
  4. Tap ACCEPT to agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
  5. In the top right corner of the screen, tap Devices .
  6. To allow Google Home app to access this device’s location, tap Allow.
  7. Choose the Chromecast you want to set up. Tap Set Up > Continue. 
  8. We are now establishing a connection with your Chromecast.
    1. If the app can’t establish connection, move closer to the Chromecast and tap Try Again. If there is trouble reading info from Chromecast, tap Try Again.  
  9. When Google Home app is successfully connected to the Chromecast, tap Continue.
  10. The code on your phone should match the code on your TV. Touch I See the Code.
  11. Change the name of your Chromecast to something distinct by deleting the current name and typing in a new name. Note: Guest mode and Send Chromecast usage data and crash reports to Google are enabled by default. If you don't want to enable them, touch the check marks next to their corresponding prompts. Touch Continue. 
  12. Choose the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to your Chromecast. To automatically fetch the password for this network on this device, tap OK. The password will populate in the password field. Note: Android L and above is required to auto fetch the password. Tap Continue. ​
    1. You can also manually enter your password. Tap Continue.​  
  13. Chromecast will now attempt to connect to the provided Wi-Fi network. 
    1. If it fails, tap Try again.  
  14. If your Chromecast needs an update, it will automatically update at this time and will let you know when the update is complete. Here’s more information on updates to your Chromecast  in case the update is taking longer than expected.
  15. When Chromecast has connected to your Wi-Fi, tap Continue.   

  16. If you're not signed into a Google account, tap SIGN IN to personalize your features for a better Google Cast experience. Then tap Allow Email Notifications for tips & tricks, offers, and more sent straight to your email. Tap CONTINUE.
  17. If you're already signed into a Google account, tap Allow Email Notifications for tips & tricks, offers, and more sent straight to your email. Tap CONTINUE.
  18. You are now ready to cast. Tap Learn to Cast to watch a tutorial on how to cast. Tap Skip to begin casting. 
  19. Note: Verify that your mobile device/tablet is connected to the same network as your Chromecast device.
iOS phone or tablet (iOS 8.0 and higher)
  1. Plug in your Chromecast device. Change the input on your TV until see the Set me up card on your screen. This is done using the Input, Source, or Menu button. You may have to cycle through a few inputs before finding the correct one (e.g. HDMI1, HDMI2, etc.)
  2. Install the Google Home app by navigating to http://chromecast.com/setup on your Chromecast supported iOS device.

    Or click to download the Google Home app for iOS.
  3. Make sure to connect your mobile device/tablet to the same network that you intend to use to set up your Chromecast device.
  4. Tap ACCEPT to agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
  5. Google Home app will ask you to turn on Bluetooth. Tap Turn on Bluetooth.
    1. ​Highly recommended: Turn on Bluetooth to help improve the set up process. You can also swipe up from bottom and turn on Bluetooth or tap SETTINGS to turn on Bluetooth and return to the Google Home app.
  6. If you don't want to use Bluetooth for set up, 
    1. Tap your iPhone’s Home button > Go to your iOS Settings > Wi-Fi
    2. Connect to the Wi-Fi network that matches your Chromecast device. Look for something like ChromecastXXXX.
    3. Navigate back to the Google Home app. Your device should now be detected. Tap Continue. 
  7. In the top right corner of the screen, tap Devices .
  8. Choose the Chromecast you want to set up. Tap Set Up > Continue. 
  9. We are now establishing a connection with your Chromecast.
    1. If the app can’t establish connection, move closer to the Chromecast and tap Try Again. If there is trouble reading info from Chromecast, tap Try Again.  
  10. When Google Home app is successfully connected to the Chromecast, tap Continue.
  11. The code on your phone should match the code on your TV. Tap I See the Code.
  12. Select your region. Touch Continue.
  13. Optional: Change the name of your Chromecast to something distinct by deleting the current name and typing in a new name. Note: Guest mode is enabled by default. If you don't want to enable guest mode, touch the check mark. Touch Continue.
  14. Tap Select a Wi-Fi network. Choose the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to your Chromecast. Tap Continue.
  15. Manually enter your password. Tap Done > Continue. 
  16. Chromecast will now attempt to connect to the provided Wi-Fi network. 
    1. If it fails, tap Try again.  
  17. If your Chromecast needs an update, it will automatically update at this time and will let you know when the update is complete. Here’s more information on updates to your Chromecast in case the update is taking longer than expected.
  18. When Chromecast has connected to your Wi-fi, tap Continue. 
  19. If you're not signed into a Google account, tap SIGN IN to personalize your features for a better Google Cast experience. Then tap Allow Email Notifications for tips & tricks, offers, and more sent straight to your email. Tap CONTINUE.
  20. If you're already signed into a Google account, tap Allow Email Notifications for tips & tricks, offers, and more sent straight to your email. Tap CONTINUE.
  21. You are now ready to cast. Tap Learn to Cast to go through an interactive cast tutorial on how to cast. Tap Skip if you don’t want to go through the tutorial. 
  22. Note: Verify that your mobile device/tablet is connected to the same network as your Chromecast device.
Chromebook (Chrome 28 and higher)
  1. Make sure you're using the latest version of Chrome by navigating to “Settings > About Google Chrome” and update your Chrome browser to the latest version, if necessary. If you're having trouble, here's how to update Chrome.
  2. Navigate to chromecast.com/setup from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  3. Once on the Chromecast.com/setup click the link that says “Set up your Chromecast using this computer”.
  4. Chrome will now look for Chromecast devices that need to be set up.
  5. Click the device that matches the Chromecast name you see on your TV. It will be something like ChromecastXXXX. Click Set Me Up.
  6. Setup will try to automatically connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot produced by your Chromecast device. If this is successful, move to step 8.
    If this is not successful, you will asked to manually connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot of your Chromecast device. To do this, go to your Wi-Fi menu and select the Wi-Fi network that matches your Chromecast device name.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot before moving to the next step. This can take a few minutes. Note: You’ll lose your Internet connection for few minutes until setup is complete. This is expected.
  7. Click Next.
  8. The code on your device should match the code on your TV. If it does, click Yes.
    If it doesn’t match, click No and restart the setup process from step 5 above.
  9. Change the name of your Chromecast by typing in a new name (ex. Living Room) or you can leave it as the default name. Choose your country. Click Looks Good.
  10. Choose your Wi-Fi network by clicking the upside down arrow. Enter your password. Click Connect.
  11. Setup will try to automatically connect to your Wi-Fi network. If this is successful, move to step 13.
    If this is not successful, go back to your Wi-Fi menu and choose the same Wi-Fi network you picked in step 10.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi network before moving on to the next step. This can take a few minutes.
  12. Click Next.
  13. Once setup has successfully completed, you will see a list of all of your available Cast devices.
  14. Your Chromecast is now ready to cast. You can cast from your favorite Chromecast cast-enabled mobile app or cast a tab from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  15. Download the Google Home app to get the most out of your Chromecast. 
Windows Computer (Windows 7 and higher)
  1. Make sure you're using the latest version of Chrome by navigating to “Settings > About Google Chrome” and update your Chrome browser to the latest version, if necessary. If you're having trouble, here's how to update Chrome.
  2. Navigate to chromecast.com/setup from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  3. Once on the Chromecast.com/setup click the link that says “Set up your Chromecast using this computer”.
  4. Chrome will now look for Chromecast devices that need to be set up.
  5. Click the device that matches the Chromecast name you see on your TV. It will be something like ChromecastXXXX. Click Set Me Up.
  6. Setup will try to automatically connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot produced by your Chromecast device. If this is successful, move to step 8.
    If this is not successful, you will asked to manually connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot of your Chromecast device. To do this, go to your Wi-Fi menu and select the Wi-Fi network that matches your Chromecast device name.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot before moving to the next step. This can take a few minutes. Note: You’ll lose your Internet connection for few minutes until setup is complete. This is expected.
  7. Click Next.
  8. The code on your device should match the code on your TV. If it does, click Yes.
    If it doesn’t match, click No and restart the setup process from step 5 above.
  9. Change the name of your Chromecast by typing in a new name (ex. Living Room) or you can leave it as the default name. Choose your country. Click Looks Good.
  10. Choose your Wi-Fi network by clicking the upside down arrow. Enter your password. Click Connect.
  11. Setup will try to automatically connect to your Wi-Fi network. If this is successful, move to step 13.
    If this is not successful, go back to your Wi-Fi menu and choose the same Wi-Fi network you picked in step 10.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi network before moving on to the next step. This can take a few minutes.
  12. Click Next.
  13. Once setup has successfully completed, you will see a list of all of your available Cast devices.
  14. Your Chromecast is now ready to cast. You can cast from your favorite Chromecast cast-enabled mobile app or cast a tab from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  15. Download the Google Home app to get the most out of your Chromecast. 
Mac OS X Computer (Mac OS 10.7 and higher)
  1. Make sure you're using the latest version of Chrome by navigating to “Settings > About Google Chrome” and update your Chrome browser to the latest version, if necessary. If you're having trouble, here's how to update Chrome.
  2. Navigate to chromecast.com/setup from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  3. Once on the Chromecast.com/setup click the link that says “Set up your Chromecast using this computer”.
  4. Chrome will now look for Chromecast devices that need to be set up.
  5. Click the device that matches the Chromecast name you see on your TV. It will be something like ChromecastXXXX. Click Set Me Up.
  6. Setup will try to automatically connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot produced by your Chromecast device. If this is successful, move to step 8.
    If this is not successful, you will asked to manually connect to the Wi-Fi hotspot of your Chromecast device. To do this, go to your Wi-Fi menu and select the Wi-Fi network that matches your Chromecast device name.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot before moving to the next step. This can take a few minutes. Note: You’ll lose your Internet connection for few minutes until setup is complete. This is expected.
  7. Click Next.
  8. The code on your device should match the code on your TV. If it does, click Yes.
    If it doesn’t match, click No and restart the setup process from step 5 above.
  9. Change the name of your Chromecast by typing in a new name (ex. Living Room) or you can leave it as the default name. Choose your country. Click Looks Good.
  10. Choose your Wi-Fi network by clicking the upside down arrow. Enter your password. Click Connect.
  11. Setup will try to automatically connect to your Wi-Fi network. If this is successful, move to step 13.
    If this is not successful, go back to your Wi-Fi menu and choose the same Wi-Fi network you picked in step 10.
    Important: Make sure you’ve successfully connected to the Wi-Fi network before moving on to the next step. This can take a few minutes.
  12. Click Next.
  13. Once setup has successfully completed, you will see a list of all of your available Cast devices.
  14. Your Chromecast is now ready to cast. You can cast from your favorite Chromecast cast-enabled mobile app or cast a tab from the Chrome browser on your computer.
  15. Download the Google Home app to get the most out of your Chromecast. 
Learn how to cast your favorite online videos and more from your phone, tablet or laptop to your TV with Chromecast by visiting chromecast.com/learn.

Need more help? You can troubleshoot an issue directly from the Help Center, or post a question and search for answers in the Chromecast Help Forum.

Once your device is successfully set up, discover what you can do with Chromecast.

Please note: Your Wi-Fi network configuration may prevent you from setting up Chromecast successfully. Need more help? You can troubleshoot an issue directly from the Help Center, or post a question and search for answers in the Chromecast Help Forum.

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