Chromecast with Google TV basically requires a TV with an HDMI port, a Wi-Fi network, a Google account, a power source, and a compatible mobile device to stream your favorite content seamlessly. Whereas previously it did require a streaming device individually that was a setback for the brand. But not anymore. Now, if you’re one of the users and cannot enable unknown sources in Chromecast with Google TV, you can follow this guide completely.
With the current generation of Chromecast with Google TV, you can simply start watching Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, etc right from your TV without any additional device. However, it seems that there are some apps still not available on the official Google Play Store app. In that scenario, you’ll have to sideload and install the required third-party app on the Chromecast with Google TV via an external site. So, enabling unknown sources is needed.
Fix: Cannot Enable Unknown Sources in Chromecast with Google TV
Just like the Android device, you’ll be able to install the third-party apps directly on your Chromecast with Google TV via a third-party website after enabling the unknown sources option whatsoever. You can go through this full article to easily turn it on via the Developer Options menu because it comes turned off and hidden out of the box. If in case, the Unknown Sources option is greyed out on your Google TV then don’t need to worry about it.
- First of all, you’ll have to click on the Android TV OS Build Number around 7 times.
- It’ll enable Developer Options > Install Developer Tools from the Tools category in Chromecast.
- Once installed, open the app > Open the File Manager app and try to install an APK.
- It’ll ask you for Allow Installation from Unknown Sources.
- Next, you’ll be able to enable the Unknown Sources option finally.
- You’re good to go.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For additional queries, you can comment below.