How to Connect Chromecast to New WiFi:
If you’re experiencing problems connecting your Chromecast to your new WiFi network, you’ll need to learn how to change the network settings.
After you’ve changed the settings on your Chromecast, you’ll need to complete the setup process again.
During the setup process, you’ll be asked to enter your WiFi password. You can either enter it manually or choose to use the saved password.
Resetting Chromecast to factory defaults:
If your Chromecast is no longer working after connecting to a new WiFi network, you can perform a factory reset to restore it to its original state.
The process is fairly simple, and it will reset your device to its default settings. To perform a factory reset, you must have an active internet connection and a Google account to complete the process.
First, you must connect your mobile phone or tablet to the same WiFi as the Chromecast. Then, you need to press the “Reset” button located on the device’s side and hold it for a few seconds.
When the LED light turns white, the reset is complete. Now, you can re-connect the USB cable and your Chromecast should reconnect to the new network.
If the problem still persists, you may need to try a different Wi-Fi network or a different TV. If none of these solutions work, you may need to replace the device and run the setup process again. This is a relatively easy process that should only take a few minutes.
Resetting Chromecast to factory defaults will clear any personal settings or apps that might be on your device. After resetting, the device should pair with the new WiFi network.
Manually changing the WiFi network on Chromecast:
If you want to change the WiFi network on your Chromecast, you need to do a few things. First, you need to save your current WiFi network on your mobile device.
When you change the network on your mobile device, the Chromecast will try to connect to the new network. Once it has successfully connected to the new network, you can begin streaming content.
Once you have done this, you need to reconnect to the Internet. You must also make sure that the Wi-Fi network that you choose on your phone is compatible with your current Wi-Fi network on Chromecast. Otherwise, you may receive an error message telling you to change your WiFi network.
Once you have completed these steps, you must make sure that your Chromecast is connected to a 5 GHz WiFi network.
If the device does not connect to a 5 GHz WiFi network, you can try to reset it manually. Afterward, make sure that the device appears in your Cast device list and in your streaming service list.
Once you have done this, you must connect your Chromecast to Wi-Fi and select the setting option. The WiFi settings menu will show you the list of network options.
If you’re unsure of how to do this, you can check the Google Home app. Just select the device from the list and click on the “Settings” icon.
From there, tap on “Wi-Fi” and then “Forget Network.” You’ll be prompted to enter your current Wi-Fi password and new WiFi password.