Chromecast, the media-streaming adapter lets you stream all your media to your HDMI equipped TV from an Android phone, but the only sticking point here is that both your phone and Chromecast must be connected to a good Wi-Fi network. Until now, you cannot use Chromecast on your TV without a Wi-Fi connection, but now that is possible with Ethernet Adaptor.

In the absence of Wi-Fi, you can use your Android phone’s Wi-Fi hotspot to connect with Chromecast, but your experience may not be always satisfactory. Now, there is a new, reliable method to use your Chromecast without a Wi-Fi connection. Google has released a new Ethernet adaptor (available for just $15) that lets you connect your Chromecast directly to your router.



If you do not have a good Wi-Fi connection at your home to use Chromecast, you can use Google’s new Ethernet adaptor. However, your router must be near to your TV.

How to Use Chromecast without Wi-Fi via Ethernet adaptor

First, connect your Chromecast to your TV’s HDMI port and then connect the Ethernet adaptor to Chromecast’s power slot via the provided USB cable.

Now, connect your router to the Ethernet adaptor via an Ethernet cable, then plug the adaptor to the power supply. That is it.

Though the Ethernet adaptor can be handy when a reliable Wi-Fi connection is not available for your Chromecast, the Ethernet adaptor is not available on all countries. Interested users can purchase the Ethernet adaptor from Google store [HERE] for $15.

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