still uses a first generation chromecast Published by Google in 2013? Mountain View company has released a new update for the device with the following features: mirroring apps and other mobile content Directly on TV, the first addition in three years.
The update to the original version of the dongle, which has been available since Monday 28, brings some bug fixes and improvements for the device. Not much is known about what’s changed with the build’s arrival, but it’s likely to get minimally better performance.
After the user installs the update, Chromecast 2013 firmware version goes from 1.36.157768 to 1.36.159268🇧🇷 As stated 9to5GoogleMinor change in numbering may indicate minimal changes in device operation, possibly limited to some fixes of known bugs.
The same batch just released by Google also brings a new patch. 3rd generation ChromecastIt was introduced in 2018. The new streaming player, which was last updated in April of this year, is not expected to receive major improvements, just like its older brother.
Released in July 2013, the first-generation Chromecast has 512MB of RAM, 2GB of internal storage, Full HD resolution, and HDMI, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet connections. The device gained great importance at a time when mirroring mobile phone to TV was not as easy as it is today.
already Mountain View Company dongle latest modelIt has 2GB of RAM, 8GB of storage and 4K resolution, is compatible with USB-C connectivity, dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2, as well as HDR and Dolby Vision technologies. system GoogleTV and the remote control are other highlights of the current player.
Google’s multimedia streaming device that works on any TV or monitor with an HDMI input. There is nothing better to spread out your smartphone’s screen or content.
Source: Tec Mundo