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From classics like Family Ties to acclaimed originals like The Good Fight to fresh hits like A Million Little Things, 10 All Access has something for everyone. The streaming service launched in Australia at the end of 2018 and offers a vast catalogue of TV series, most of them owned by CBS in the US. The platform comes with a one-month free trial and great device compatibility, meaning you can access your favourite shows on a variety of devices, from smartphones and tablets to Android TV. Even better, 10 All Access is compatible with Google Chromecast, enabling users without a smart TV to stream content on the big screen in an inexpensive and user-friendly way.
Google Chromecast is a small dongle that gets plugged into the HDMI port of your television, connects to Wi-Fi and lets you stream content directly to your TV from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. It's easy to set up and even easier to use, so you can watch content in style without too much hassle. 10 All Access is compatible with both Chromecast 2nd Generation and Chromecast Ultra (the latter enables you to stream 4K video quality). Here's how to get started:
Regardless of which Chromecast model you own, you only need to follow a few steps to be up and running:
Once you've connected 10 All Access to your Chromecast and start streaming, your computer or mobile device will act as a remote for the video on your TV. You can pause, resume, skip and choose new content from the app or website and your TV will respond accordingly. In other words, you have access to all the options you're used to with the benefit of a larger, sharing-friendly screen.
Have a look at these FAQs if you're having trouble setting up or watching 10 All Access on Google Chromecast.
While the streaming process with Chromecast should go smoothly, you may encounter occasional issues when casting your shows to the big screen like freezing or crashing. Here are a few things you can try if the unspeakable happens:
Use the device that is casting to touch the Closed Captions icon when your video is playing through Chromecast. If you're using a laptop, you also need to toggle the Closed Captions switch to On from the dialog panel that opens.
Absolutely. You can use your device normally while casting on Chromecast, which means you're free to browse Twitter while binge-watching the Charmed revival.
Simply use your TV remote. The input (or source) button on the remote will allow you to switch from HDMI back to broadcast television.
For the Cast icon to appear, you need to make sure you have the latest version of iOS or Android on your mobile device and you have the latest version of the 10 All Access app. Also, check to see if your device is connected to the same wireless network as your Chromecast. That should do the trick.
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