If the information in this article doesn't match what you have, see the help for your version of Fiber TV. Learn more about different versions of Fiber TV.

Cast content from your device to your Fiber TV

If you have issues casting to your TV, you should perform a factory reset by holding down the reset button until the TV Box LED light begins flashing purple. Try multiple times to ensure the factory reset has gone through correctly.

What's casting?

Casting is a Google technology that you can use to stream content from mobile apps and websites straight to your TV screen. With casting, you can access to over 200,000 TV shows and movies, 30 million songs, plus radio, sports, games, and more on your TV.

Cast content to your Google Fiber TV

How does Fiber TV support casting?

Your Fiber TV Box includes Chromecast built‑in, which adds casting technology to your Fiber TV. With Chromecast built‑in, it's simple to enjoy your favorite apps and sites optimized for the big screen—there's no need to attach a Chromecast device to your TV and no need to change inputs on your TV when you cast.

Which apps and sites can I cast to my TV?

Cast content from apps like Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, and Google Play Movies, Photos, and Music on your TV. See the growing list of Chromecast‑enabled apps. Note that some of these apps are not yet supported on Fiber TV.

Which devices support casting to Fiber TV?

You can cast using your Android or iOS device, Chromebook, or any computer with the Chrome browser. When you cast, you can use your device just like a remote control—for example, you can play, pause, or rewind a show.

Have a Google Home device? You can also cast content to your TV from Google Home using voice commands. For details, see the Google Home Help Center.
Cast from apps and sites to your Fiber TV
  1. Connect your Android or iOS mobile device, Chromebook, or computer with the Chrome browser to your Fiber Wi-Fi network.

  2. Open a Chromecast‑enabled app or a Chromecast‑enabled site like YouTube or Netflix.

  3. In the mobile app, tap the Cast button   (usually in the upper-right corner of the app). Or, if you're casting from a site in Chrome, click the Cast button at the bottom of the video player.

  4. Select the Fiber TV you want to use from the list of TVs on your Fiber network.

    The Cast button on your device changes to , letting you know you can now control what's displayed on your TV from your device.

Learn more about:

Casting mobile apps

Casting from a Chromebook or Chrome browser (including how to cast content in any browser tab)

Cast your photos and videos to your Fiber TV

You can cast your photos and other personal media you've uploaded to mobile apps, such as:

To cast from Google Photos:

  1. Start the Google Photos app.

  2. In the top right corner of your device's screen, tap or click  .

  3. Select the Fiber TV you want to use from the list of TVs on your Fiber network.

    The cast icon on your device changes to , letting you know you can now control what's displayed on your TV from your device.

Learn more about:

Casting photos to your TV.

Using Google Photos

Play your music on your Fiber TV

You can play music from Google Play Music on your Google Fiber TV. Just add your music to Google Play Music, play it back on your mobile device, and cast it to your Fiber TV.

You can download Google Play Music from the Google Play Store for Android or the App Store for iOS. Follow these instructions to set up Google Play Music on your device.

Stop casting
  1. Tap or click  in the app.

  2. Tap or click Stop Casting.

  3. Press exit on your remote to return to live video on your TV.

Notes about casting

*Apps not supported. Some Chromecast‑enabled apps aren't supported on Fiber TV just as yet: ​

  • Amazon Prime
  • Disney (Channel, Junior, XD and Disney+)
  • Fox Nation
  • HBO apps
  • Hulu
  • NFL (Network and RedZone)
  • NHL
  • ESPN

DRM: When you cast content to your Google Fiber TV, the app or website that you are using applies its own logging practices and policies with regard to user data. That app or website might collect a unique identifier for your casting device for the purpose of digital rights management (DRM). To learn more about how your particular app handles user data, refer to the privacy policies of any apps or websites you use.

TOS: Google Fiber's terms of service (TOS) are different than and supersede Chromecast's TOS. Google Fiber logs and handles user data differently.

Trouble casting to your Fiber TV? Follow these troubleshooting steps.
Was this helpful?
How can we improve it?

Need more help?

Sign in for additional support options to quickly solve your issue

Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu
Search Help Center