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Google TV’s Chromecast is getting a new version that includes bug fixes and security improvements

A new update for Google’s Chromecast with Google TV devices has begun to trickle out. Users may now download and update their Chromecast with Google TV 4K as the update is already going out to all users globally.

9to5According to Google, there are two key changes in the update’s firmware version STTE.230319.008.R1. The Android security patch level for April 2023 is the first thing that is included in the update. In addition, the update contains speed enhancements and bug fixes.

With the most recent update, nothing else has changed. The report states that the update’s 140MB download size. According to the rumour, the normal HD Chromecast for Google TV may also receive the upgrade.

The security patch that is rolling out, although being the most recent update, is now a month old, which seems a little strange.

How to update Chromecast on Google TV and download the latest version:

For all users worldwide, the update is currently accessible. Open Settings on your Google TV, then select System to begin downloading the update. then select System Update under About.

Let it search for the update while you wait. Press the download and install button to begin the procedure once it is available.

Features of Chromecast and Google TV:

A plug-and-play gadget called Chromecast with Google TV enables customers to stream video to TVs from their smartphones or from OTT services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Zee5, SonyLive, etc. The updated Chromecast has buttons specifically designated for Google Assistant, Netflix, and YouTube as well as remote volume controls.

The newest Chromecast enables 4K playback at 60 frames per second. It also makes compatibility for HDR10, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision possible. The streaming stick has an inbuilt storage capacity of 8GB and 2GB. It supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2.4 GHz/ 5 GHz).