Google Chrome is one of the most popular wireless streaming devices that allows users to play and watch HD videos on your TV. Sometimes, when you connect your Chromecast to your TV, it does not work anymore. So many users have reported this Chromecast issue not working.
In this article, we will explain how to resolve this Chromecast non-login problem. There are several reasons why Chromecast has stopped working or does not connect to a WiFi network. Anyone or a combination of these, simple solutions could be the cog in your wireless wheels. If this does not work, your unit may be defective and you may want to return to the shop. If problems persist, consider solving the problem again to find a different solution. My problem was the result of the previous one. After this time, the problem is solved. If you are experiencing exactly the same problem, consider upgrading to an earlier version of the software until you find one that is working properly. Remember to set up another admin user account to see if the exact problem persists.
There is always a solution to any problem and I hope you find the solution you are looking for. If the problem persists, there is a workaround. Examine the sending application If the receiving device is currently listed (discovered), there may still be a problem with the sending application.
Fix 1: Factory Data Reset
The simplest and easiest way is to completely reset your Chromecast to factory settings. This will not delete any of your application data. All that means is that your Chromecast number will change (which will not make any difference to you or your devices) and you will have to start the setup process again. Press and hold the button on the back of your Chromecast key for at least 25 seconds. Once your TV screen goes blank, you can let it go and wait for it to clear its memory. It is also a good idea to try another device on your second installation attempt. For example, if you tried the setup the first time using the Chromecast app on your phone, download it to your roommate's app and try using it the second time.
Fix 2: Reset Your Modem/Router
Turn off your modem and router (both are often part of the same device) and disconnect from the power supply. Wait about 10 seconds and reconnect the power before turning them on again (first modem, second router, if you have separate units). Wait about 30 seconds to 1 minute before trying to reconnect your Chromecast.
Fix 3: Use the Extender
Your Chromecast comes with a short HDMI extension cable. This is a rigid cable, a few centimeters long, that will prevent your Chromecast from coming out of the back of the TV. The purpose of this cable is to give your device a little more time to detect WiFi networks. TVs are basically giant shields through which signals pass very hard. Your Chromecast needs all the help you can. Even if it is not the problem, it is a good idea to use without delay, it will improve the speed of streaming.
Fix 4: Move Your Router
Similarly, if your router is in an area away from home or is so inclined that it is difficult to reach your Chromecast, it may be time to move it.
You can also purchase a WiFi repeater or a separate WiFi router near the Chromecast.