Can't seem to play anything consistently on Galaxy Chromebook. Usually just fails to load game. I've tried in every resolution. But if I try on cheap $150 Samsung Chromebook 3 it works fine on same network. I bought the Galaxy hoping for 4k Stadia play and I can't even play in 720p. Please help I waited thinking update would come and now have a $1000 paper weight.
I would recommend you to try to contact Stadia support and find out if there are any steps you can try for your chromebook or if it might be incompatible, because it's not supported yet.
4K is btw only supported on your chromebook when you have VP9 hardware decoding, 4K display and performance options set up to 4K. You can find this information and some more in this article.
Wont work in any resolution. If I do hard reset it usually will load game and play then 5min later game crashes. Also looks like Galaxy chromebook has the right decoding.
Says has VP9 decoding too.
Then best you can do for the moment would be to contact the Stadia support and check out with them if any more troubleshooting steps are available or if maybe Samsung needs to change something on this chromebook to make it work with Stadia, I am not 100% sure, but I guess it's good if you check out both sides.
Another thing I would recommend is to leave feedback in the Stadia App or on stadia.google.com for this issue as the developers can check this out as well. Even though you would probably not hear back on your feedback, Google can use it to improve Stadia.