In front of Stadia coming to Chromecast with Google TV on June 23, Google is carrying out an update to the streaming dongle that adds basic help for the game streaming service and makes a handful of different enhancements.

Version QTS1.210311.008 is carrying out now as an 86.03MB download that is formally called a “minor Software update.” That qualifier probably refers to how the gadget stays on something very similar (April) security patch as in the past. This Chromecast with Google TV update fundamentally adds “support for Stadia” in front of the Android TV launch later this month. Accordingly, the application isn’t yet accessible to download from the Play Store subsequent to redesigning.

Then, Google promotes “additional improvements to Bluetooth latency for speakers and headphones.” The last release toward the finish of April added “Bluetooth Audio stuttering improvements in some Apps.”

This update tends to how “advanced video settings don’t reset after reboots on some TVs.” Those extra preferences (Settings > Display & Sound) were additionally acquainted in the last update with give granular control over HDR and color formats, as well as resolution/refresh rate.

There is no going with Voice Remote update today. Google reminds clients to restart the Chromecast once the download finishes.

To install, click your profile avatar in the top-right corner > Settings > System > About > System update. The full changelog is below:

Support for Stadia

Extra upgrades to Bluetooth latency for speakers and earphones

Advanced video settings don’t reset after reboots on certain TVs

Extra bug fixes and performance upgrades

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