Google Chromecast Streaming Gets Better in New Update: Wi-Fi Fixes, More Video Controls
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Google improves Google Chromecast Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and adds more HDR controls in the new update.
Google gives your streaming experience a boost as Chromecast with Google TV gets an update before April ends. It improves Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and more HDR controls to complement the new HDR10+ certification.

The surprising update is large, totaling 166MB, with tons of improvements, according to The Verge.

The Verge reported that after updating your Chromecast, you'll be delighted with a new menu settings that lets you tweak the HDR and color options. Not just that, there are several resolutions and refresh rate to choose from too:

4K (60Hz / 50Hz / 30Hz/ 25Hz / 24Hz / smpte)

1080p (60Hz / 50Hz / 24Hz)

720p (60Hz / 50Hz)

1080i (60Hz / 50Hz)

576p (50Hz)

480p (60Hz)

But who would want to go lower than 4K 60Hz? If you need to, there are now more options.

Chromecast Connectivity Reliability Improved

These granular controls might not matter if the bugs in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity persists. Google also fixed these reliability bugs.

In a report by Android Central, you may now say goodbye to the stuttering problems with Bluetooth audio that ruins your binge-watching. If you're on a 5Ghz Wi-Fi or a Mesh network, good news, expect…
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