How to Stop Casting Chromecast on Android [Explained]
Casting on your Android device is a great way to share what you’re doing on your phone or tablet, but sometimes it can be frustrating when things don’t go as planned. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to stop casting Chromecast also, common streaming and casting problems, and explain what might have caused them in the first place.
What is casting?
Casting is a process of sending content from one device to another like streaming. In the case of Chromecast, this usually refers to sending content from your Android smartphone or tablet to a Chromecast-connected TV.
When you “cast” something, you’re essentially telling the Chromecast to fetch and play the content on your behalf. This can be done with apps that have built-in casting support or through the use of Chromecast’s “Cast Screen” feature.
Casting is a convenient way to share content with others, but it can also be a bit of a battery drain on your device. If you’re not using it, it’s best to disable the feature altogether.
More information about the Chromecast feature.
How to Stop Casting Chromecast on Android?
If you’re using an Android device and you want to stop casting Chromecast devices, there are a few different ways you can do it.
To stop casting your screen using the Chromecast app, simply tap the cast icon in the app and then tap the Disconnect button.
If you’re using the Google Home app, tap the Devices button in the top right corner of the home. Then, tap the menu button (the three dots) next to the select your Chromecast Chromecast devices you’re casting to and select Stop Casting.
You can also stop casting from within any app that’s currently casting by tapping the cast icon and then selecting Disconnect.
Finally, if you want to stop casting Chromecast on your screen but keep using the app you’re in, simply swipe down from the top of your screen to bring down the notification shade and tap on the Disconnect button. Watch the following video for another way for doing it.
video by Nucleus youtube channel
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Steps and Tips to Stop Casting Chromecast on Android
If you’re like me, you probably have a Chromecast plugged into your TV at all times. And if you’re also like me, you occasionally forget to stop casting when you’re done using it. Here are a few steps and tips to make sure you always stop casting on your Chromecast when you’re finished using it:
- First, open the Google Home app on your Android device.
- Then, tap the Devices button in the top right corner.
- Next, find the Chromecast that’s currently casting and tap on it.
- Finally, tap the Stop Casting button.
That’s all there is to it! Just four simple steps and you’ll never forget to stop casting on your Chromecast again.
How to Disable Chromecast Notifications on Android?
If you’re like most people, you probably find pop-ups that appear when you cast your Chromecast to be a bit annoying. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to disable them.
To disable Chromecast notifications on Android, simply open the settings menu for your device and select the “Apps” option. Then, scroll down and tap on the “Google Play Services” entry.
Once your Google Account goto Google Play Services, tap on the “Storage” option and then select “Clear Data”. This will reset your notification preferences and should stop the annoying messages from appearing.
Of course, if you ever want to re-enable, simply follow the same steps and select “Allow Notifications” instead of “Clear Data”.
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What does stop casting mean on Google Home?
When you “stop casting” on Google Home, it means that you are no longer streaming content from your Android device to your TV via Chromecast. This can be useful if you want to save battery life on your phone, or if you simply want to watch something else on TV. To stop casting, simply say “Ok Google, stop casting” or “Ok Google, disconnect”.