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A couple of years ago, we showed you a jailbreak tweak called Velvet by iOS developer NoisyFlake that could be used to personalize your handset’s notifications with unique color experiences that would make any ordinary iPhone user drool over your setup. Now, that same developer is out with Velvet 2, the latest iteration of their magnificent UI customization tweak for pwned iOS & iPadOS 15 devices.
Apple appeared to draw a lot of inspiration from the original Velvet jailbreak tweak when designing the interface for banner notifications in iOS & iPadOS 15, but they left out the customization bit that many users hold near and dear to them. With that in mind, it’s not surprising to see NoisyFlake coming at us with Velvet 2, which focuses primarily on this specific concept.
As you can see in the screenshot examples above and below, Velvet 2 lets the end user customize the colors of the following elements with respect to the banner notification interface:
The banner’s background
The banner’s border
The banner’s message title text
The banner’s message content text
The banner’s date text
But colors aren’t the only thing you can do with Velvet 2; you can also customize the appearance of banner notifications in the following ways:
Apply a glow effect to the notification banner
Apply horizontal or vertical colored lines to the notification banner
Adjust the notification banner’s corner radius
Make the notification banner’s app icon round
For the notification banner to have a dark or light mode appearance, regardless of system setting
Colorize notification banners based on the dominant color of the app icon
Colorize notification banners based on a static color of your choosing
Colorize notification banners based on a gradient of two colors of your choosing
As you’re about to see in the screenshot example below, Velvet 2 adds a completely redesigned preference pane to the Settings app when compared alongside the original Velvet jailbreak tweak:
The new interface makes each setting easier to understand by carefully categorizing everything and illustrating all the options discussed above. It’s important to note that options can be configured for all apps, or on a per-app basis, which is actually pretty cool given how unique some people like to be with their tweak customizations:
Digging deeper into the meat and potatoes of the preference panes, you can see there’s a lot going on here:
It’s worth saying that the developer says all changes take effect on the fly without the need to respring your device. This means you can see all your changes in real time with no wait, and this is assisted by the live preview at the top of each preference pane shown above.
If you’re interested in trying Velvet 2 out for yourself, either for customization purposes or to make important notifications pop from all the noise of every other notification you get, then you can purchase it for $2.99 from the Chariz repository via your favorite package manager app. If you already own the original Velvet jailbreak tweak for iOS or iPadOS 13 or 14, then you get a discounted price of $1.99 to get your hands on Velvet 2. Please note that Velvet 2 is only compatible with jailbroken iOS & iPadOS 15 devices, and that rootless is also supported.
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Gorilla Glass-maker Corning typically only announces a new iteration of its device protection glass every couple of years. These announcements historically occur when a major breakthrough is achieved. These typically occur in either scratch resistance or drop protection – the twin pillars of mobile glass – but never both.
Corning’s latest glass, Gorilla Glass Victus, achieves significant improvements on both critical fronts at the same time, a first in the company’s history. In short, Gorilla Glass Victus promises 2m drop protection and doubles the scratch resistance of Gorilla Glass 6. This is big.
Related: How much does it cost to replace a foldable phone’s screen?What about Gorilla Glass 7? What sorcery is this?
As a self-confessed glass nerd (sad, I know), I was intrigued to know what revolutionary new production process or previously unheard-of materials afforded such a major breakthrough. The answer? Hard work and over a decade of smart people doing smart things. Not as exciting, perhaps, as a new mineral found in an asteroid or developments in nanotechnology, but much more pragmatic.
Gorilla Glass Victus promises 2m drop protection and doubles the scratch resistance of Gorilla Glass 6.
Corning as a glass company turns 170 next year, and its Gorilla Glass division has been putting custom glass on phones since the original iPhone in 2007. The company’s scientists “spitball” thousands of potential glass compositions on paper, then run small batches of the most promising. Those samples then provide the concrete data that eventually lets Corning hone in on a product like Victus. It’s the product of years of accumulated knowledge with a dash of alchemy.
Corning has been focusing on drop protection and thinness for the last several years in response to consumers’ and manufacturers’ demands. Scratch protection had for several years been deemed “good enough.” Now that consumers are holding onto phones for longer, scratch resistance is back on the list of priorities. Rather than just switch its focus to the other side of the coin as it usually does, Corning decided to tackle both scratch and drop at the same time.
The current generation of mobile glass from Corning, Gorilla Glass 6, can survive multiple drops from 1.6m and provides baseline scratch resistance. This level of scratch resistance has remained pretty much unchanged since Gorilla Glass 3 (subsequent generations focused more on reducing the thickness required for the same strength or on improving impact resistance).
According to Corning, Gorilla Glass Victus can withstand multiple drops from a height of 2m. Alongside this, Victus offers 2x the scratch resistance of Gorilla Glass 6 and 4x the resistance of competitors’ aluminosilicate glasses. Amin tells us this all comes without any necessary increase in thickness.
Manufacturers can improve strength using the same thickness of Victus or reduce glass thickness while maintaining current levels of durability.
Corning tests its glass at the same thicknesses internally for consistency’s sake but the company tells Android Authority that an (unnamed) partner is currently looking at how thin it can make Victus while still offering competitive levels of strength and scratch resistance. This will likely be the thing to look out for in future – how thick the Victus layer on upcoming phones is, compared to previous smartphones using Gorilla Glass 6.
Wherever manufacturers can scrape out additional internal space while maintaining device thinness, they’ll do it (RIP the headphone jack). So just because a phone uses Victus doesn’t necessarily mean exponentially better performance. Manufacturers may well “thin it down” to provide Gorilla Glass 6-levels of strength by using a thinner layer of Victus. It’s all a question of rigidity, thinness, and potential space savings but is something to be aware of when you see “Victus” appearing in marketing materials.Who’s signed on?
Sapphire is a strong, but brittle glass (not to mention expensive). Amin explains that it needs to be relatively thick to achieve its strength, but scratches comparatively easily compared to Gorilla Glass using the industry-standard Knoop Diamond Test. According to Amin, sapphire typically scratches under a diamond pick at 1 or 2 Newtons of force. This is due to its synthetic crystalline structure, with scratches typically appearing along the planes of the crystals.
Most aluminosilicate glass solutions and previous generations of Gorilla Glass scratch at between 2-4 Newtons in the Knoop hardness test. Gorilla Glass Victus scratches between 7-10 Newtons. Combine that with a 25% improvement in impact resistance and you can see why Corning is so eager to get Victus into your hands. Even if it occasionally slips out of them.
Consumers are willing to pay a premium for better durability but Victus costs the same to make.
Interestingly, Corning’s press release states that consumers are willing to pay a premium for better durability. Knowing Victus’ pricing, we’ll just have to wait and see if manufacturers bump their prices, citing “improved durability.” The proof is in the pudding, so we’ll reserve judgment for now. But if you’re due an upgrade and Victus is everything Corning claims it is, your next phone might just last the distance.
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As WWDC 2023 is finally all set to be a 5-day-long mega-show from June 7 to 11, a large number of iPhone owners have started to share their iOS 15 features wishlist. As you may have already guessed, I don’t want to be left behind either. It’s been a while since I have been secretly crafting my extensive iOS 15 features wishlist. And I think there couldn’t be a better time to share a list of features that I would like to see in the next iteration of iOS. So, if you are curious to learn about the new features in iOS 15, along with its release date and compatible iPhone models, then jump right in.iOS 15 Features, Release Date & Compatible iPhones
Even though Apple has managed to keep iOS 15 features under the wraps, some of the most anticipated features seem to be all geared up to arrive. As for the quirks that have continued to be the pain points for ages, Apple will likely sort them out one at a time.
This wishlist consists of features that you are likely to see in iOS 15, along with some much-awaited demands from iPhone owners. So, without further ado, let’s check out the features, release date, and compatible iPhone models for iOS 15.iOS 15 Release Date
Apple will organize its annual developer conference, WWDC 2023, in June later this year. The company will unveil iOS 15 at the event, detailing most of its new features on stage. The iOS 15 developer beta will be released on the same day to give us a taste of what to expect from the company’s next mobile OS.iOS 15 Compatible iPhones
I’m sure many of you would be wondering whether or not your iPhone will support iOS 15. So, here’s a list of iPhone models that will get the iOS 15 update:
iPhone 7/7 Plus (A10 Processor, 2023)
iPhone 8/8 Plus and iPhone X (A11 Processor, 2023)
iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR (A12 Processor, 2023)
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max (A13 Processor, 2023)
iPhone SE 2 (A13 Processor, 2023)
iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max (A14 Processor, 2023)
iPhone 13 Series (A15 Processor, 2023)
Unlike iOS 14 that could run on all the devices, including iPhone 6s and the first-gen iPhone SE that iOS 13 supported, iOS 15 will support only iPhone 7 Series or later. That means iOS 15 will end support for the A9 processor that came with the iPhone 6s.iOS 15 Features Wishlist: Top Requested Features 1. Expanded Choice of Default Apps
After a long wait, Apple has finally allowed users to choose their default email, browser, and music app via iOS 14 updates. While it is a welcome move, it is far from complete. It would be better if the tech giant expands the list to include other categories of apps like calendar and messaging.
2. Native Sleep Timer for Apple Music
While there is no denying the fact that Apple Music is feature-rich, the lack of a native sleep timer is hard to explain. As most music lovers like to listen to relaxing songs or white noise before hitting the bed, the absence of an integrated sleep timer in Apple Music is beyond anyone’s guess.
Though iOS does offer a way to set a sleep timer in Apple Music via the stock Clock app, which we explained in our linked guide, the process is not intuitive. So, I would like to see Apple integrate a native sleep timer into the Music app in iOS 15.3. Set Any Song As iPhone Ringtone with Ease
If you can download any song on your iPhone for offline listening, why can’t you set it as your iPhone ringtone after a bit of fine-tuning? Unlike Android, iOS still doesn’t offer a simple way to set your favorite song as a ringtone. While there are some workarounds, the tedious process seems to turn off most users.4. Disappearing iMessages/ Auto-Delete Messages
Some messages do not need to stick around forever, especially private messages or light-hearted conversations. The ability to set messages to auto-delete after a defined duration not only offers more security and privacy in iOS 15 but helps keep your iMessage inbox uncluttered as well.
I love the disappearing messages feature as it offers me the flexibility to wipe out personal messages automatically at the preferred time. Besides, it will also allow me to keep other messaging apps like WhatsApp and Signal clutter-free. As most messaging apps have got the disappearing messages feature, it would be cool if iMessage gets it sooner than later.5. Delete Accidentally Sent iMessages
Given how important this feature is, it would be nice if Apple adds the ability to delete accidentally sent messages to iMessage on iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. Then if you ever happen to send a message mistakenly to anyone, you can recall it to ward off the embarrassment.6. Chat Wallpapers for iMessage
Customizing the wallpaper of personal chats is something I have always appreciated. With a solid library of beautifully designed wallpapers (in line with WhatsApp’s offerings) at your disposal, it feels great to have different chat wallpapers for contacts and groups. Even if you aren’t into customization, you would appreciate this feature in iMessage on iOS 15.7. Better Control over Photo Widgets 8. Continue to Use Apps Even When Siri is Active
One of the highlights of iOS 14 is the intuitive and compact Siri UI. Unlike before, Siri no longer takes over the entire screen (you can still make Siri go fullscreen if you wish), a welcome move from a user-experience perspective. However, you still can’t interact with apps when Siri is active, which is a disappointment.
At times, I feel the need to continue to use apps even when Siri is active, especially when taking notes or browsing the Internet. While it might not be a big deal for many, I think fixing this little quirk would be a long way to make Siri more efficient.9. Change App Icons on Home Screen
Instead, I would be glad to have a native option built right into the Settings app to change app icons to my heart’s liking. It would also be amazing if third-party apps come with a handful of app icons and allow users to choose them from the Settings app itself.10. Change Wallpapers Automatically
No matter how eye-catching a wallpaper is, it tends to appear dull after a day or two. And that’s when we wish to have the ability to change the wallpaper quickly without having to dig into the Settings app. On that note, wouldn’t it be super cool if Apple added a native option to change home screen/lock screen wallpapers automatically? From what I can tell, many of us would like to see that feature in iOS 15.11. Customize App Library 12. Ability to Leave Blank Space on Home Screen
The times when I want to perfectly customize the home screen, the one roadblock that comes my way or tends to restrict my creativity is the lack of ability to leave out blank space on the home screen. Yeah, I’m talking about the same trick that Android offers.
Though there are invisible widgets to create blank space, they don’t offer the ideal solution. Considering iOS 14 has already opened the gate for customization, adding this neat little customization feature in iOS 15 may not be a big ask for Apple.13. Delete Multiple Duplicate Contacts at Once
Deleting duplicate contacts one by one is a tedious process, which not many of us like to deal with. As a result, the address book doesn’t take long to get cluttered with redundant contacts. So, it’s high time Apple introduces a bulk contacts deletion feature in iOS 15.14.Find and Merge All Duplicate Contacts at Once
Another Contacts app feature that is long due is the option to find and merge all duplicate contacts. While there is no dearth of powerful contact managers in the App Store that can get the job done smartly, many of these apps are paid. And the ones that are available for free don’t work quite efficiently. And this is what creates the need to make the Contacts app more capable in iOS 15.
15. Restore iCloud Backup without Erasing Your iPhone
I have never been able to cope with this lengthy workaround. At times, the restoring process never seems to come to an end, more so when you have to restore an ample amount of data. Besides, it would also be great if Apple offers the flexibility to choose the specific data that you want to restore, just like Android.Which iOS 15 Feature Are You Most Excited About?
There you go! So, that’s my iOS 15 features wishlist. Hopefully, you have found my collection up to the mark. Now that you have known my top iOS 15 picks, it’s time for you to let me know the features you would like to see in the next iteration of iOS. As WWDC is just a couple of months away, stay tuned to learn more about all the iOS 15 and watchOS 8 features that are likely to arrive in the next version of iOS.
Thanks to dozens of instant messaging apps, sharing contacts, links, music, etc., has become easier. But, when the time finally comes to open the item shared with you, everything seems lost. Either the link would’ve gone too up in the chat, or you’ll be lazy to search for it. There should be a dedicated section where all the shared items are stored! Enters the Shared with You feature in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15.
In this article, let’s learn about Shared with You and how you can use it to make your experience better.
What is Shared with You in iOS 15?
Messages have got a big upgrade in iOS 15, and one of its most talked-about features is Shared with You.
It segregates the content that people send into different sections. For example, all the websites shared with you are in the Links section, images in the Photos section, etc.
And it doesn’t stop here — Shared with You also adds the items shared into the proper apps. This means that if someone shares a link on Messages, it will not only show in the Messages’ Links section but also in Safari.
Similarly, if someone shares a photo, it will not only show up in Messages as a separate section but also in the Photos app.
How to use Shared with You in iOS 15
By default, Shared with You is enabled in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. It doesn’t require any sort of setup or toggling to work. However, it is only compatible with the Messages app in iOS and iPadOS for now.
There are several Shared with You integrations in iOS 15, some of which are mentioned below:
Apple Music and Podcast: Music and podcast links shared via iMessage show up in the Shared with You section in the Listen Now tab in the Apple Music and Podcast app.
Apple TV: When someone sends a movie or a TV show link via iMessage, the TV show or the movie will appear in the Shared with You section of the Watch Now tab so you can start watching it quickly.
Apart from Shared with You, you can use SharePlay to watch movies and TV shows together in iOS 15. To learn more, check out our detailed guide on how to use SharePlay.
How to turn off Shared with You on iPhone
Alternatively, if you just want to prevent a specific conversation from appearing in Shared with You, you can simply hide it.Hide content from appearing in Shared with You
Don’t want every message thread to appear in the Shared with You section of the app? You can easily hide it! However, you can’t select the content type. It will hide all types of content in Shared with You from that particular message thread.
Open Messages → long-press the conversation you don’t want to see in Shared with You → choose Hide in Shared with You. That’s it!
Shared with You is an excellent feature on iPhone and iPad. It lowers the number of steps required to search for a shared item. However, it is limited by the iMessage-only functionality. Had Apple opened up its API to third-party developers, it would have been one of the best iOS 15 features.
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If you have an iPhone, then you’re no stranger to notifications. In fact, if you have a lot of friends and use a lot of different kinds of apps, then you probably get flooded with notifications from day to day. These notifications clutter up your Home screen with badges, which aren’t exactly the prettiest things in the world to see.
A jailbreak tweak dubbed Confero 2 by AtomDevTeam lets you clean things up by grouping all your apps with missed notification badges into a convenient little box that can be invoked from anywhere. It also provides new notification badge theming options that are much nicer to look at.
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Once you install Confero 2, you’ll find a new icon in the Status Bar that, when tapped, displays all apps that have unread badge notifications waiting for your attention. You can swipe up on apps from this interface to clear the notification badges on a per-app basis, or you can swipe down on them to reveal what the notification is and interact with it.
Confero 2 also comes with notification badge theming options, which will be a sight for sore eyes to anyone who hates seeing the little red badges staring back at them from their Home screen.
As you can see, the themes for the badges are still noticeable, but subtler in how they present themselves such that they don’t distract you from your wallpaper and other Home screen elements. These are known as indeterminate badges.Configuring Confero 2
All of what you can do with Confero 2 can be configured from the preferences pane, which you’ll find in the Settings app after installation:
Here, you can play with the following options:
Toggle the tweak on or off on demand
Configure the blur style you want for the Confero 2 pop-up
Hide or show all badges from apps on the Home screen
Configure the appearance of indeterminate badges
Choose the behavior of the Confero icon in the Status Bar
In the blur settings, you can choose between light, dark, or automatic:
Moreover, from the indeterminate badge options, you can configure how they will look:
Your options include:
Toggling indeterminate badges on or off
Choosing the shape of the indeterminate badges
Choosing the color of the indeterminate badges
All changes you make are immediate without the need to respring your device after adjusting your settings.Wrapping up
Confero 2 is a huge improvement over Apple’s stock notification system because it lets you see everything at a glance instead of being spread out across numerous Home screen pages. This lets you address your notification badges more quickly and efficiently without having to worry about missing any of them.
For apps that display notification badges even when Notification Center indicates that you have no missed notifications, Confero 2 provides a deeper look into what’s really going on and provides mode options at a glance. That, paired with the ability to get rid of the ugly red notification badges, makes Confero 2 not only a functional improvement, but an aesthetic one at that.
If you’re interested in trying Confero 2, it’s available from Cydia’s BigBoss repository for $1.99. The tweak is a $0.99 upgrade for anyone who owns the original Confero.
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Currently, Chromecast supports Android and iOS platforms. In this article, we will show you how to set up your new Chromecast, no matter what supported operating system you own, so you can start enjoying the streaming benefits of this device. The setup is mostly the same for all Chromecast models.
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The Chromecast setup requires an iOS or Android mobile device with the Google Home app installed. Connect the Chromecast to your TV, open the Google Home app, and follow the on screen instructions to get the Chromecast working on your television.
Set up Chromecast with Android devices
Set up Chromecast with iOS devices
How to set up Chromecast for Android phones and tablets
1. Turn on your TV. If you own a regular Chromecast, connect it to your TV’s HDMI port, and connect its power cord to an available USB port on your TV. If one is not available, connect the Chromecast to your nearest power outlet with the included cable. If you own a Chromecast Ultra, connect it to your TV’s HDMI port, and connect its charging cord to a power outlet (it will not work with any USB cable or port). You can also connect the Chromecast Ultra to a nearby Ethernet port if you want a wired internet connection.
2. Download and install the Google Home app on your Android phone or tablet.
3. Open the Google Home app and tap on the Get Started option. You will then be asked to confirm which Google Account you want to use for the Chromecast. If you don’t have a Google Account, you will need one before you can continue.
4. You will have to give your Android device permission to use location services and access so it can find your Chromecast. If this is ready, tap on OK to continue.
5. The app will then scan the area to find your Chromecast. When it does, tap on Next. If you have more than one nearby Chromecast in your home, the app will show a list of them. Just tap on the device you want to set up, and then tap Next.
6. When the Google Home app detects your Chromecast, tap Next. If you have more than one nearby Chromecast in your home, the app will show a list of them. Just tap on the device you want to set up, and then tap Next.
7. The TV Chromecast is connected to should then display a unique code. If you see it, tap on Yes. If you don’t, your phone or tablet may not be close enough to the Chromecast. Move in a bit closer, tap on Try again, then tap on Scan for devices to repeat the previous process.
8. It will ask if you want to share your Chromecast’s stats, along with any crash reports, with Google. You can either tap Yes, I’m in or No thanks to this selection.
9. Some users may be asked which region of the world they are located in. If this shows up in the setup on the Google Home app, go to the region list, then tap on the region you’re in, and then tap Continue.
10. You will then be asked which room the Chromecast is located in your home from a list. Tap on it and then tap Next. If you want to create your own room name, tap on Add custom room, type in the name of that room, and then tap Next.
11. If you are connecting your Chromecast to your Wi-Fi network, choose the network on the Google Home app you want to connect to and then type Next. If you are connecting your Chromecast Ultra via the wired Ethernet connection, you can skip this step and the next one.
12. If your Android phone or tablet uses Android 5.0 Lollipop or above, your home Wi-Fi network’s password should automatically fill in the password field in the Google Home app when you tap OK. If this happens, tap on Connect next to complete the process. You can also choose the Enter manually option, and you can type in your Wi-Fi network password on your own, and tap Connect.
13. The app will then ask you to link the Chromecast to your Google Account for a more personalized experience. Just tap Continue on this page.
14. The Google Home app will show you a summary of what you have set up, and you will be given options to sign up for email updates, view a video tutorial on how to cast, and an option on how to set up other functionality. All of these are optional, however, and are not needed to complete the Chromecast setup.
15. That’s it: you are done and ready to stream, mirror, and cast with your Android phone or tablet.
Read more: Best Chromecast apps for Android
How to set up Chromecast for iOS (iPhone and iPad)
1. Turn on your TV. If you own a regular Chromecast, connect it to your TV’s HDMI port, and then connect its power cord to an available USB port on your TV. If one is not available, connect the Chromecast to your nearest power outlet with the included cable. If you own a Chromecast Ultra, connect it to your TV’s HDMI port, and then connect its charging cord to a power outlet (it will not work with any USB cable or port). You can also connect the Chromecast Ultra to a nearby Ethernet port if you want a wired internet connection.
2. Download and install the Google Home app on your iPhone or iPad.
3. Open the Google Home app and tap the Get Started option. It will ask you to confirm which Google Account you want to use for the Chromecast. If you don’t have a Google Account, you will need one before you can continue.
4. The Google Home app will want to use your iPhone or iPad’s Bluetooth support for the next step. If Bluetooth is turned on already, skip this step. If it is turned off, or if you don’t want to use Bluetooth, you can tap on No thanks. Then tap on the Home button on your device, go into the Settings section and tap Wi-Fi. Connect to the same Wi-Fi network as your Chromecast device. Go back to the Google Home app, and it should detect the Chromecast.
5. The app will then scan the area to find your Chromecast. When it does, tap on Next. If you have more than one nearby Chromecast in your home, the app will show a list of them. Just tap on the device you want to set up, and then tap Next.
6. The TV the Chromecast is connected to should then display a unique code. If you see it, tap on Yes. If you don’t, your phone or tablet may not be close enough to the Chromecast. Move in a bit closer, tap Try again, then tap on Scan for devices to repeat the previous process.
7. It will ask if you want to share your Chromecast’s stats, along with any crash reports, with Google. You can either tap Yes, I’m in or No thanks to this selection.
8. Some users may be asked which region of the world they are located in. If this shows up in the setup on the Google Home app, go to the region list, then tap on the region where you are located, and then tap Continue.
9. You will then be asked which room the Chromecast is located in your home from a list. Tap on it and then tap Next. If you want to create your own room name, tap on Add custom room, type in the name of that room, and then tap Next.
10. If you are connecting your Chromecast to your Wi-Fi network, choose the network on the Google Home app you want to connect to and then type Next. If you are connecting your Chromecast Ultra via the wired Ethernet connection, you can skip this step and the next one.
11. You can type in your Wi-Fi network password on your own in the app, and then tap Connect.
12. The app will then ask you to link the Chromecast to your Google Account for a more personalized experience. Just tap Continue on this page.
13. The Google Home app will show you a summary of what you have set up, with options to sign up for email updates, view a video tutorial on how to cast, and an option on how to set up other functionality. None of these are needed to complete the Chromecast setup.
14. That’s it: the Chromecast setup procedure is completed, so you are now ready to stream and cast with your iPhone or iPad.
Read more: Things you didn’t know you could do with Chromecast
It used to be that there was a Chromecast setup procedure on a Windows or Mac PC. Unfortunately, according to a support document update, Google has gotten rid of that support. In other words, you have to have an Android or iOS device to set up a Chromecast. We will update this article if Google reverses this move and adds a way to set up a Chromecast via a PC.
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