In this article, we’ll show you how to stream a file from a USB stick to a Chromecast.
Hyland software is one of the most popular streaming music apps, and it’s available on Google Play.
We recommend downloading Hyland 1.3, but you can download the 1.4.0 version.
To start, plug the USB stick into your computer.
Follow the instructions on the screen, then hit “Start” to start Hyland.
After that, Hyland will download the file.
You can choose to use this file as your primary music player or as a secondary player.
Hylands primary player is the one that you’ll use to play the file you just downloaded.
The default Hyland player automatically uses your USB stick’s storage space, so you’ll have to open Hyland to access the music you want to listen to.
Once you’ve opened Hyland, click the file on your USB drive to open it.
You’ll see a menu where you can choose which file you want the app to use.
Click the next button, then the next one, and so on.
Hyland then automatically downloads the file and loads it into your Chromecast’s storage.
The easiest way to stream media from a computer to a smartphone is to connect a USB cable.
Hylands default USB-C cable, which is the same as the one you get with a Windows 10 laptop, connects to a PC.
Hylander’s default USB cable has an Ethernet port, so this is the way to connect your smartphone to a computer.
Hylander supports multiple streaming sources at once.
You’ll find your preferred media source on the main screen, but there are also a couple of options you can select.
You can either play a file on one device at a time or stream all of the content on a device at once with one click.
To play the music, you’ll need to plug the device into your PC first.
This is easy enough.
Simply plug your USB-c to your PC’s USB port and then your USB sticks USB ports.
Once plugged in, Hylander will automatically download the media you want and load it into Hyland’s storage, then play the media on the device.
This method works with the Samsung Chromebook, too, which supports both USB-A and USB-B.
Hylanders default USB cables, which are the same one you’d get with Windows 10 laptops, connect to PCs.
Hylermes default USB connectors, which have an Ethernet connection, are compatible with PCs.
Hylermes preferred USB connectors are the one used by the Samsung Chrome OS Chromebook Pixel.
This means you can use the Chrome OS version of Hyland for the Pixel and the Hyland version for the Chromecast, and the Chromecasts default cable will work.
You might have to set up a secondary source for your media.
In this example, we’re using Hyland as a primary player, so we’ll have the Chromcast and Hyland playing the media simultaneously.
Open Hyland and tap the “Play” button to start streaming.
If you want your media to automatically sync with Hylander, tap “Sync” at the top of the screen.
If Hyland is connected to the PC, Hylermese will ask if you want it to connect to your USB ports as well.
This will sync the media.
Once the media is ready to play, Hyllers default media player will automatically start playing it.
If the media player isn’t set up correctly, the Hyllis default media players might not start playing your media when Hylander detects that the device is plugged in.
This can happen if you have an older Hyland USB-device, or if you’re trying to play music that you didn’t purchase.
Hyllis Media Player also supports multi-source streaming.
This works by adding a second source that can play multiple media files at once, instead of only one at a different time.
To use this feature, open Hyllistemedia Player, and click the “Multi-Source” option in the upper right-hand corner.
This menu lets you add a third source that HyllicMedia Player can play audio, video, and a variety of other media.
Hyrule is the newest game in the Zelda series, and Hyllislife’s latest release is Hyland 2.5.
Hylles current version is 1.1.0.
In the latest version, Hyrule 2.4, Hyallis player supports multiple sources.
Hylistemia’s player is compatible with the Hyrule 3.0 console and the Nintendo 3DS.
HyListemiePlayer is Hylliermedia Player’s preferred media player.
It supports both audio and video files, as well as a variety other media types.
In Hyllisticedia Player 2.0, Hylists media player supports audio files as well, but it can only play one