Friday, December 9, 2016

Stable Channel Update for Chrome OS

The Stable channel has been updated to 55.0.2883.87 (Platform version: 8872.70.0/ 8872.70.1) for all Chrome OS devices. This build contains a number of bug fixes, security updates, and feature enhancements. Systems will be receiving updates over the next several days.

Some highlights of these changes are:
  • API for setting BLE Advertising frequency for Kiosks
  • Files App Gallery: Resize Image Feature
  • SAML support for Integrated Windows ® Authentication
  • More Chrome APIs are whitelisted to force-install Apps and Extensions in Public Sessions.

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).

Bernie Thompson
Google Chrome

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Blogger Jeff Deguma said...

Hey guys, how to play clash of clans in samsung chromebook?

7:09 AM, December 12, 2016  
Blogger David A Rusling said...

On the Acer Chromebook R13 builds after 54 are very unstable. I've tried the stable, beta and devel builds, all crash. The only stable release that I can actually use is the build 54 included in the chromebook recovery image. That is pretty bullet proof. I'll raise a bug.

7:23 AM, December 12, 2016  
Blogger lou said...

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12:28 AM, December 13, 2016  
Blogger morefaves said...

Have all the non excluded devices received the update? My friend has an Acer R11, and I don't think she has received the update. Is that because they already have Android Apps?

12:57 PM, December 13, 2016  
Blogger Fighter said...

Nothing received in my Acer R11

2:38 PM, December 15, 2016  
Blogger Pete Hawkins said...

Acer R11 running OS 54 says it is up to date when clicking check for update:

Version 54.0.2840.101 (64-bit)
Platform 8743.85.0 (Official Build) stable-channel cyan
ARC Version 3487238
Firmware Google_Cyan.7287.57.82

Your Chromebook is up to date.

5:58 PM, December 15, 2016  
Blogger Ken Webb said...

Nothing on my Asus flip yet. Still on version 54.

7:42 PM, December 15, 2016  
Blogger GregPick said...

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12:32 PM, December 16, 2016  
Blogger Barry H said...

Under chrome://settings/ History is now gone.

How do I get it back?

1:56 PM, December 16, 2016  
Blogger Barry H said...

I brought back classic History

Go to chrome://flags

Enable Material Design history Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS

Set to Disabled

2:12 PM, December 16, 2016  
Blogger Samuel Yukich said...

My ASUS flip still on
54. Why?

5:33 PM, December 16, 2016  
Blogger Unknown said...

Definitely a slow roll-out!

6:50 PM, December 17, 2016  
Blogger KingKannonYT said...

Honestly, I'd wish they would hurry up with the support of Android apps on all of the Acer Chromebooks because I really wanna play some good games on my Chromebook. I mean it would be cool if they released that update on Christmas xD.

7:24 PM, December 19, 2016  
Blogger Matt Donnelly said...

Just got the update for my R11. The image editor is pretty slick.

10:34 AM, December 22, 2016  

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