Google TV and Chromecast are releasing their first updates in 2022.

The first Chromecast with Google TV update of 2022 is currently rolling out and follows the prior upgrade by seven months.
On Android 10, the build QTS1.220504.008 shifts the October 2021 security patch to May 2022. Three bug fixes and enhancements are listed by Google:

Some apps will benefit from platform changes that support HDR 4K video playback and DRM video playback. Other bug fixes and performance upgrades Additional Wi-Fi/Bluetooth advancements Click your profile image in the upper right corner and select Settings andgt; System andgt; About andgt; System update to download the 2022 Chromecast with Google TV update. The official changelog has not yet included this release.

The OTA update is 140MB in size (down from 158MB last year), and after installing Settings andgt; Removes andamp; Accessories andgt; “choose remote,” there is new remote firmware (24.7 -andgt; 26.0).

Although owners have been begging for Android 12 in recent months, this upgrade is still better than nothing. The performance of the gadget is improved by updates to the underlying software, but a few user-facing additions have lately debuted separately. This comprises:

For a significant upgrade to nearly two-year-old technology, Google just released the $49 streaming device, which is presently $10 off in some European and Asian-Pacific nations. However, there are speculations that a less expensive Chromecast with Google TV that simply produces HD is on the way.

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