Dropbox Chromecast

admin 11/22/2021

You can add your Dropbox folder to the Files app on your Chromebook so you can access files stored on your device and in your Dropbox account in one place. To do so, you must be a ChromeOS user and be signed in to the Dropbox Android app on your Chromebook.

  1. Chromecast Dropbox Slideshow
  2. Dropbox Chromecast Settings

The demonstration video entitled “Dropbox to Chromecast App” can be watched below: In the YouTube video Dutta selects a short clip from his Dropbox library, he then clicks the share button and selects the option “Share to Chromecast,” and within 10 seconds the home movie is playing on his TV. This is just a small rant, I was hoping that the new Chromecast would be a One-Stop shop for all of my streaming services. Right now my LG TV supports most of the services I want to watch except for HBO Max, twitch and, locast Unfortunately a lot of the apps, which support Dolby vision and Dolby Atmos on my LG tv, don't support them on the Chromecast (Disney plus, Vudu, prime video). The app lets you stream any video that’s uploaded to your personal Dropbox account straight to your TV as long as Chromecast is plugged in. Just pull up the app on your mobile device, find the. From the Chromecast home screen, select your profile picture (top right), then Settings. (Dropbox, Box and OneDrive are also supported if you don’t want to use Google Drive). Cast to a Google Chromecast Animated Slideshows. Show animated photo and video slideshows Background Music. Love this app for Dropbox slideshows. So great for selecting one or more folders with images and displaying a slideshow with many options: random vs sequential order, display captions or not, type of transition between.

To access your Dropbox account in the Files app:

  1. Open the Files app on your Chromebook.
  2. Click the menu icon (it looks like three horizontal lines).
  3. Click your Dropbox folder.
    • If you connected your work and personal Dropbox accounts on your Chromebook, you'll see both folders.

Note: If you uninstall the Dropbox Android app, your Dropbox folder will be removed from the Files app.

What Dropbox features are available on the Files app?

In the Dropbox folder in the Files app, you can:

  • Choose between different Dropbox accounts
  • Browse your files
  • Add files
  • Sort files by name/modified time/size/type
  • Delete files
  • Export/download files
  • Create new folders
  • See file previews
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What Dropbox features are not available on the Files app?


Some Dropbox features aren't available from the Files app. These features include:

Chromecast Dropbox Slideshow

  • Managing shared folder sharing settings.
  • Searching your Dropbox folder
  • Real-time collaboration on files (currently, if two people edit a file at the same time, they create conflicted copies)
  • Commenting on files
  • Recovering recently deleted Dropbox files from the Recently Deleted menu
  • Moving files or folders to a folder that you haven’t opened yet (some folders aren't listed as possible locations unless you open that folder before attempting the move)
  • If a passcode is set up for the Dropbox app, your Dropbox folder isn’t available in the Files app
  • Accessing files in the Dropbox folder while offline

Dropbox Chromecast Settings

While we work to improve the Dropbox integration with the Files app, you can use the Dropbox Android app to access some of these features as usual.