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How to Wirelessly Display the Screen of the HTC 10 Using Chromecast (2013)

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To see how you can use the Google Chromecast (2013) to wirelessly display YouTube and other Apps from Android smartphones like the HTC 10 on to Smart TVs like the Samsung K4300 Joy Smart TV, we will set up the Google Chromecast (2013) from the HTC 10 here.

First, make sure that you have connected the Google Chromecast (2013) to one of the HDMI ports of the TV and powered on the Chromecast by attaching the USB cable to a TV USB port or a USB power adapter. You also need to make sure your TV is powered up, and the HDMI input of your TV is the same port that you connected the Chromecast to.


Click here for a quick setup of the Google Chromecast (2013). Note that Google has changed the name of the Google Cast App to 'Google Home'.

Once you have set up the Google Chromecast (2013) and the HTC 10 with your local Wi-Fi network, go to Google Play to download and install the Google Home App on the phone.

On the App, click the top right menu icon -> Cast screen / audio -> CAST SCREEN / AUDIO to enable the App to start searching for the Google Chromecast (2013).



You can select your Chromecast model once it is found, and the casting connection process will start. Once the casting connection is established, the HTC 10's screen will be displayed on the TV connected to the Google Chromecast (2013).

The Google Chromecast (2013) provides an inexpensive way to stream content like YouTube videos and movies from supported phones such as the HTC 10 to wirelessly project the phone's screen on a larger TV monitor.

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