Chromecast with Google TV, the latest available streaming dongle from the search engine giant has been a fave of many since its release. Google managed to price the gadget well so as it received rave reviews from the critics. That being said, the Chromecast with Google TV is now getting an update bringing December security patch.
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Like smartphones, Chromecast with Google TV is susceptible to security issues. So, it’s utmost important to address the security flaws in a periodic manner. So, available now for the Chromecast with Google TV is a security update bearing version QTS2.200918.033. The update weighs in at 78.20MB in size. It’s usual with Chromecast updates that Google doesn’t release any official changelog to detail what’s new. The case is the same now also. However, here are some of the changes which you should experience apart from the obvious December Security patch.
Some Redditors have noticed the Chromecast with Google TV seems to be working better on 4k60fps on some TVs after the December update. Well, it can be a placebo effect though for a portion of the users. Nevertheless, we can bet for some under the hood improvements making the connectivity better.
Last but not the least, once you upgrade the software, you’ll be prompt to update the Chromecast remote as well. The update for the remote will be available in Settings and you better install that as well to have a seamless experience.
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