1. dcsh65's Avatar
    I have a Sony Bravia (android) TV at work that is connected to a secure network. I have discovered that when the secure network is not available, the TV connects to our non-secure network and this enabled someone on the property to cast to the TV. I tried to forget the non-secure network, but it just keeps coming back, I guess because it's non-password protected. Is there any way to permanently delete a non-secure network from my available networks, or any other way to prevent people from casting to the TV? (Please forgive any misstatements or omitted info, I am about as non-technical as they come.)
    09-22-2017 01:21 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! I don't think there's a way to prevent people from casting to the TV's Chromecast if it's on an open shared network. What's the model number for the TV? Have you checked all of its settings (or its manual) to see if there's a way to control what network it connects to?
    09-22-2017 04:42 PM

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