Thursday, September 14, 2017

Stable Channel Update for Chrome OS

The Stable channel has been updated to 60.0.3112.114 (Platform version: 9592.94.0) for most 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.

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
(*) Except: Acer Chromebook 15 (CB3-532) Samsung Chromebook 3

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14 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Still no Playstore on a acer chromebook 14 CB3-431 back to beta channel..Come on Google Playstore is working nicely why not get it on Stable now..

11:45 PM, September 14, 2017  
Blogger Ben van Leeuwen said...

How long takes it, to get the stable version for acer chromebook 15 CB3-532?. Still working on version 59. Buy this new chromebook march 2017 and no updates at all the last month for stable version.!!!

12:31 AM, September 15, 2017  
Blogger OFP said...

Since version 60 I can no longer play Youtube videos. Do you know how to fix that?

1:31 AM, September 15, 2017  
Blogger Michael Chuey said...

Does this help fix enterprise enrolled devices that randomly drop out of enrollment for no reason??

5:05 AM, September 15, 2017  
Blogger Glyn Hudson said...

Same issue here, can't play youtube vidoes (or any video) on Chrombooke Pixel 2015. It's been link this for a while, a $1000 laptop that can't play video :-(

5:11 AM, September 15, 2017  
Blogger ManStuff said...

Where is the changelog?

10:01 AM, September 15, 2017  
Blogger Abemore said...

In this update, the version number has increased by 0.0.0000.002

I don't imagine much has changed. Prolly a security fix.

11:48 AM, September 15, 2017  
Blogger Richard Kleeman said...

@Abermore: Android also updated on my CB. This may well be more sigificant because when release 61 is promoted to stable it is possible many CBs will get Android apps (in stable).

11:56 AM, September 15, 2017  
Blogger Eric said...

I think it would be nice if these oft-mentioned 'feature enhancements' were listed in these update posts by Google. I mean, we have purchased the product (Chromebooks or Chrome OS devices.) Why make us hunt for the feature enhancements instead of telling us what they are?

1:12 PM, September 15, 2017  
Blogger Trevor Brass said...

When does night mode arrive on the stable channel? Read about this feature in the canary channel a few months ago - back in May of 2017 I think. Surely that feature has worked its way down the developer -> beta -> stable pipeline by now? Thanks! Really looking forward to that feature.

7:32 AM, September 16, 2017  
Blogger Starry Might said...

This update caused my Acer R11 Chromebook to be Uncertified in my Google Play Store again, which rules out apps that use SafetyNet until it's recertified once again. Just a quick heads-up for Android App users.

7:52 AM, September 16, 2017  
Blogger Mike Anderson said...

my chromebook plus still on 59 !!!
why any help ??

8:49 AM, September 16, 2017  
Blogger DaveA said...

Since update Audio playback on Youtube and Facebook is jumpy and distorted

6:49 AM, September 17, 2017  
Blogger Unknown said...

WoW! Change log sure does a good job about new features and details. NOT!!!!!!!!!!!

4:44 PM, September 18, 2017  

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