How to Properly Set Up Your Chromecast 5Ghz
Those who are fortunate enough to own the latest Google Chromecast are indeed in for a one hell of a Chromecast 5Ghz ride. This brand new Chromecast streaming device is quickly becomes one of the best on the market despite it only underwent minor redesign. As it turns out, the latest Chromecast is equipped with the ability to support the faster, and much better 5Ghz WiFi networks. An extraordinary feat that not many of its competitors have been able to provide.
However, this doesn’t come with a slight drawback. Yes, many users voice their complains because they find it difficult to connect their Chromecast device to the 5Ghz WiFi network. They have zero issues when trying to connect the device to the prior 2.4Ghz, but somehow always fails when it comes to turning it into a powerful Chromecast 5Ghz device. If you are one of those users, don’t fret and follow these steps to set up yours.
Steps to Set Up Your Chromecast 5Ghz
- First, plug your Chromecast device into the TV’s HDMI port. This is typically located at the back side. Once done, you may proceed to connect your Micro USB power cord to you Chromecast device.
- Enable the WiFi option on your smartphone and download the Chromecast application. Open it up and tap the button that indicates setup option. Connect your Chromecast.
- Once connected, an identifier code will then be shown to you and you must verify it before renaming you Chromecast with a unique moniker of your choice.
- Now, onto the most important part. Go to the appropriate setting to set up your WiFi network. Those who own the latest Chromecast device may immediately notice that their Chromecast is now supporting 5Ghz option.
When you notice the option you may quickly choose it and set the network. However, you must be absolutely sure to enter the password to your network and choose the network setting option. Voila, your device is now a Chromecast 5Ghz device!