« Last post by Tavarez on September 23, 2017, 11:00:41 AM »
I don't think they work together.
« Last post by Babyfacemagee on September 20, 2017, 04:40:36 AM »
any advice ?
I've tried almost all the VPNs on the list and frankly wasn't happy until I tried Windscribe, which I still use. Some of the problems I had with the others include; taking too long to connect, dropped or 'frozen' connections, slow throughput, having some of their servers shut down or countries I was paying for blocked or shut down at times. Also some of the other VPN's apps either froze my PC or even gave me the blue screen of death.
I've had none of these problems with Windscribe. It's been glitch free, connects fast, has fast throughput and I like the fact they have both slick desktop and browser apps which let you change different settings on the fly. It hasn't crashed my computer even once and not one blue screen of death. Definitely worth the price. I use it every day. Here's a link: Windscribe
« Last post by clayvligon on September 20, 2017, 01:37:32 AM »
any advice ?
« Last post by clayvligon on September 14, 2017, 05:17:45 AM »
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Chromecast News - - Front Page Comments And Discussion / How To Turn Your Google Chromecast Into A Free Movie Powerhouse« Last post by Babyfacemagee on September 07, 2017, 05:53:56 PM »
So you bought a Google Chromecast or Chromecast Ultra and you've already explored tons of available apps and 'free' channels that you can watch on your tv and mobile device. But you're frustrated because some of the best movies and tv shows are only available on expensive pay channels or require a Netflix or 'mobile' subscription account. Well Larry up above has a solution and it involves using a streaming content app that he's found that will allow Chromecast users to access thousands of movies and tv shows absolutely free and 'cast' them to your television. Just watch the video above and follow his instructions. You'll be watching that movie you've been looking for in no time...for free!
« Last post by captncruise on September 04, 2017, 04:37:02 PM »
Samsung recently dropped support for YouTube on my Smart tv and I'm trying to find an alternative way of streaming YT films to it. I've checked out several reviews but I'm left bewildered - all I need to know is 1. Will Chromecast 2 do this from a laptop? 2. If so, is the streaming quality sharp and consistent? Any advice would be appreciated.I had Chromecast and it worked fine on my Sony Bravia tv.Tv is not a smart TVs. I now use Telstra TV which is excellent and works via wi fi. You need Telstra Internet though. Telstra TV comes free with Telstra Internet. This weekend my brother in law got NBN connected and was able to stream You Tube via his smart TV and Telstra WI FI.
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« Last post by VanDerBlast on September 03, 2017, 12:26:55 PM »
Samsung recently dropped support for YouTube on my Smart tv and I'm trying to find an alternative way of streaming YT films to it. I've checked out several reviews but I'm left bewildered - all I need to know is 1. Will Chromecast 2 do this from a laptop? 2. If so, is the streaming quality sharp and consistent? Any advice would be appreciated.
« Last post by omendata on September 02, 2017, 11:47:27 AM »
Anyone have any idea what the real specs of the ultra are.
Even wikipedia doesnt have the cpu, ram or storage specs?
« Last post by Navrig on August 27, 2017, 12:20:07 PM »
I have a network at home which includes a standard router which is connected to other parts of the house via 3 Powerline Adapters which broadcast the Wi-Fi signal.
I have 3 Chromecast devices and 1 Chromecast Audio.
The Chromecast attached to the TV at the main router is very stable and rarely gives is problems.
One of the other Chromecasts has to be powered down when that TV is not in use so on each use it has to go through a restart. On Saturday I noticed that even after a restart I couldn't find the device. The Chromecast backdrop photos were scrolling, it showed up on startup as connected to the network but it was not visible in the apps or in Home. It took a restart of both my mobile device and the Chromecast to get it working. This issue was with a Samsung S7.
Today (Sunday) I was trying to use the third Chromecast and had similar issues except, at times, the Chromecast was visible in Home but not in the apps (Netflix or Google Music). Again several restarts of both Chromecast and mobile device were required. Eventually I got it working but after watching a feature film the Chromecast disappeared from both Home and the app (Netflix). The film credits were rolling but I could not stop the film or choose another film. These issues were with Samsung S7 and S5. The S5 was unable to see the Chromecast. Both mobiles are up to date with software.
I get similar issues with the Chromecast Audio but to a lesser extent.
I am beginning to have severe reservations about Chromecasts reliability.
« Last post by clayvligon on August 24, 2017, 06:19:42 AM »
Hi Guys ! I am new here and would like to learn from the experienced members who have been contributing to this forum for so many years. Call me a Noob when it comes to the world of technology but I do read about them daily.
I have come here for an experts opinion who can guide me as I have been using popcorn time to watch movies and shows but it always tell me to use VPN before viewing anything ! Can that be considered spam ?
I have been doing some research for a couple of days and people use VPN so they cannot be traced back to their original IP but the free VPN providers are not successful in masking your IP.
So guys help me out here with this as I read this review https://www.vpnranks.com/best-popcorn-time-vpn/ but I am unable to understand the technicalities that have been used here !
My question is that which VPN provider should I go for as I watch lots movies and shows on the go as I travel a lot !