How To Play Local Audio Files Over Chromecast [Android]

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Android 6.0 has constructed-in help for the Chromecast making it straightforward to play movies and present pictures out of your device on your TV or monitor. The constructed-in help even allows you to forged your Android screen to your TV without having to install any further apps, and with out you having to buy a smart TV to do it. That stated, there isn’t any help for Chromecast so far as the default music participant is worried which means you'll be able to’t stream your audio to your TV. For those who use providers like Pandora and Spotify, their apps may need constructed-in help for casting audio. If nevertheless, you've music information saved on your device’s storage that you simply need to forged, the default music participant can't forged them to your TV. When you’re in search of an app that does forged native audio information, Rocket Music Participant is the reply.

Set up the app and go to its Settings. Faucet System Assets and enable help for Chromecast. Restart your device as instructed. When you’ve restarted your device, search for a music file to play. On the prime of the music participant, you will notice that a Chromecast button is now seen. Faucet the button and choose your device to start casting audio.

Rocket Music Player-chromecast  Rocket Music Player-cast

The app is barely buggy. It'd take one or two tries for it to attach with the Chromecast. If the app connects however you don’t hear any sound, attempt disconnecting and reconnecting it once more. We examined it out on a Nexus 5 operating Android 6.0 and whereas it took a number of tries to get it going, the sound was clean and the music didn’t stutter when it performed.

Install Rocket Music Player From The Google Play Store


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