Thursday, November 3, 2016

Stable Channel Update for Chrome OS

Updated 11/8: This build is now available for Acer Chromebook R11 and Asus Chromebook Flip 

The Stable channel has been updated to 54.0.2840.93 (Platform version: 8743.83.0) for all Chrome OS devices except HP Chromebook 13 G1, Acer Chromebook 14 for Work and Thinkpad 13 Chromebook. This build contains a number of bug fixes and security updates. Systems will be receiving updates over the next several days.

If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our forum or filing a bug. Interested in switching channels? Find out how. You can submit feedback using ‘Report an issue...’ in the Chrome menu (3 vertical dots in the upper right corner of the browser).

Josafat Garcia
Google Chrome

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15 Comments:

Blogger Rajesh Shenoy said...

I see "4 comments" mentioned in the main page of this blog, but when I click on that link, it takes me to the particular blog posting, where it says "no comments." How come?

9:22 PM, November 03, 2016  
Blogger Uli said...

According to the post an update should be available for my Acer Chromebook 11 (CB3-111), but when checking the message says it's up-to-date, even though the version is behind. What's wrong here?

10:07 PM, November 03, 2016  
Blogger Thomas Beling said...

Not updated for any device:
https://cros-omahaproxy.appspot.com/

10:45 PM, November 03, 2016  
Blogger Naomi Lemarchand said...

There's another exception the Acer R11, still in 53.0.2785.154.

6:43 AM, November 04, 2016  
Blogger Thomas Kilcoyne said...

My Toshiba did not update. It's at 54.0.2840.79.

6:00 PM, November 05, 2016  
Blogger Mark Stephens said...

Also no update found for HP Chromebook 14 (Celeron 2955U) as of 6 Nov 16.

Still on Version 54.0.2840.79 (64-bit), Platform 8743.76.0 (Official Build) stable-channel falco

3:23 PM, November 06, 2016  
Blogger Unknown said...

Is there a good reason why my HP Chromebook 13 G1 isn't in the list? Also when do we expect to have Android Apps on these devices?

8:23 AM, November 07, 2016  
Blogger Benyamin Limanto said...

Please I beg... Don't drop support chrome apps on windows.. I use google docs offline, google sheet and google slide also other google apps daily... Please.. Helpppp

7:34 PM, November 07, 2016  
Blogger lou said...

the proxy site is now showing the 93 update for all devices after the original was pulled yet when i try a manual update on the hp 14 chromebook im still showing as upto date with the below. is there a delay with the roll out due to the previous pulling of the 93 update. anyone else still on the previous update

Version 54.0.2840.79 (64-bit)

12:29 AM, November 09, 2016  
Blogger gom1 said...

My Chromebit has just received an update to 54.0.2840.93.

9:10 AM, November 09, 2016  
Blogger lou said...

yes i have received the update now aswell

10:19 AM, November 09, 2016  
Blogger Unknown said...

Small correction: "Chrome menu (3 vertical dots in the upper right corner of the browser)."

Should read: "Chrome menu (three lines ☰ in the upper right corner of the browser)."

10:40 AM, November 09, 2016  
Blogger CKing1 said...

Chrome switched to a material design in Chrome 54, where the three lines were replaced with three dots like this
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(Just, the spacing between them is smaller)
I believe you have it disabled in google flags, or you are using an older version of chrome

-CKing

1:13 PM, November 09, 2016  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is the second Stable release that has come out recently that has been denied to the Thinkpad 13, chromebook for work 14, and the HP G1... What is the reasoning behind this? I personally like running on the Stable versions as this is my only work device, but because I use a docking station I need release 54 at least. What is the ETA of this?

9:07 AM, November 14, 2016  
Blogger Andrew Shepherd said...

There are many, many Chrome OS devices out there that communicate to other devices through a serial connection.

They are all broken due to this release.

(Bug 664847)

7:38 PM, November 15, 2016  

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