Sony’s new Chromecast is one of the first devices to support streaming media, but it’s not the only one with an Android-powered processor.
For the last few years, we’ve been using an Intel chip inside Sony’s phones and tablets, but the company has now released its own ChromaCast chip that uses the same chip to power the new Chroma-based Chromecast.
To get started, you’ll need to download and install the Google app.
Once you’re up and running, the app will take you through the initial setup process to get you connected to your Chromecast through your Android device.
If you’re not using Android, you may have to do some searching on Google to find out how to install the Chromecast app on your device.
After installing the Chromacast app, the first thing you’ll see is the Chromcast logo.
Clicking on the icon takes you to a page that lists all of the supported hardware platforms.
The Chromecast will ask you if you want to start streaming video from your Android devices to your PC, laptop, or tablet.
You can either start streaming from your device’s camera or microphone, or from a USB drive or SD card.
Once you’ve selected the device you want the Chromastecast to work with, the next screen will ask if you’d like to add additional audio sources to the Chromapod app.
If not, you can select from the options in the top right-hand corner.
There are a few different audio sources that can be added to the app, so you’ll have to find the right one for your device before you can start streaming.
Selecting “Audio Source” will open up a list of available sources, and you can add additional sources from your camera, microphone, and speaker.
Once the audio source is selected, the new device will appear in the app.
You can then choose to stream from your computer, laptop or tablet, or the Chromas USB drive on your Android mobile device.
For more information on how to add audio sources, read our guide on how and when to add a Bluetooth audio source to your device for Android devices.
If you’ve chosen to add an additional source, you should be ready to go.
Once Chromecast has finished using your device, the device will prompt you to authenticate with Google.
This will allow it to connect with other Chromas that you have connected to via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, and it will then automatically stream to your Android TV.
With the ChromCast app open, you will be greeted with the first tab of content on your screen.
On your Android screen, there will be a list containing the media that you can play back from your Chroma Cast.
There will be multiple options for playing back your media, from streaming video to music, to streaming podcasts.
There is also an option to skip playback altogether.
Once this option is selected and the device is connected, the Chromacast app will start to stream the media from the device.
You’ll see a “Play” icon next to the stream button on your home screen, and the app’s interface will look a bit like a video game.
When the Chromaster app is done playing back the media, the content will be automatically paused and automatically restarted.
If your Chromastcast is connected to a Bluetooth or WiFi network, the playback of the media will automatically resume.
The device will then resume to its original state, with the media playback paused and the media streaming restarted on your phone or TV.