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Android 12 Features On Chromecast And Google TV

by Joseph Richard
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Sadly, the Chromecast with Google TV, which was introduced at the very end of 2020, did not get the follow-up we had hoped for. This one has, in fact, only accepted a small number of new features and has mostly been forced to make do with security-related patches and different issues.

One of the primary reasons for this early abandonment seems to be the Chromecast’s limited storage (8 GB). A restriction eventually makes it more difficult to update the system and the apps.

The support for the 4K user interface and the addition of microphone and camera indications may be found in this update’s program. Here is a complete list of Android 12 for TV novelties, as provided by Google, so you can get a sense of everything to be expected:

  • Certified API correctness is available for reporting on display modes, HDR formats, and surround sound formats.
  • Background blur supported by WindowManager’s 4K user interface and RenderEffect
  • Font size options for people with disabilities
  • Security and discretion
  • Camera and microphone indications
  • switches between the camera and the microphone
  • Device certification using the Android KeyStore API
  • tuner and HDMI
  • With DTMB support and performance enhancements, HDMI CEC 2.0 HAL 1.1 tuner support is available.
  • most effective protection model with tuning services

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