Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Stable Channel Updates for Chrome OS

The Stable channel has been updated to 61.0.3163.120 (Platform version: 9765.81.0) for most Chrome OS devices. This build contains a number of bug fixes and a security TPM firmware update to address RSA key generation weakness in Infineon TPM firmware, more details here.
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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9:58 PM, October 10, 2017  
Blogger Julian Ruhe said...

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11:12 PM, October 10, 2017  
Blogger Julian Ruhe said...

Awesome update. Thank you for making the play store finally arrive.

Small issue: although android settings say lang is de_DE, keyboard layout is EN. Usual Android settings regarding keyboard layout are missing.

11:20 PM, October 10, 2017  
Blogger Unknown said...

Playstore! :)
acer 14 cb3-431

11:21 PM, October 10, 2017  
Blogger Ben van Leeuwen said...

Sorry but still have version 59.0.3071.134 (Officiële build) (64-bits)!! on my Acser CB3_532 !!i am verry disappointed.! buy this chromebook april 2017 an rhe last stable update is from july 2017, this is bad service from google.

11:50 PM, October 10, 2017  
Blogger Eric said...

Acer 14 CB3-431 or the for work model?

12:08 AM, October 11, 2017  
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12:15 AM, October 11, 2017  
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2:21 AM, October 11, 2017  
Blogger Michael Komaroff said...

I haven't got this update. Lenovo N22

8:33 AM, October 11, 2017  
Blogger BoB said...

Michael, same here, still no v.61. :(

11:37 AM, October 11, 2017  
Blogger Richard Kleeman said...

I have the Acer 14 CB3-431 as well and the android apps are way more stable on release 61 than they were on 60. Great job devs! Good things come to those that wait. I guess the rollout of android apps has been harder to debug than expected.....

12:22 PM, October 11, 2017  
Blogger We SpeakLittle said...

pls make the playstore on acer chromebook 11 cb3-111 i was waiting for a long time.

1:53 PM, October 11, 2017  
Blogger Harpreet Multani said...

HP Chromebook 11 G5 (non-EE) finally has the Play Store now. Woot!

3:30 PM, October 11, 2017  
Blogger Letona Samayoa Marco Antonio said...

I am really hoping I'll get the playstore someday on my HP Chromebook 14 :(

4:36 PM, October 11, 2017  
Blogger ManStuff said...

I'm getting "server communication error" when trying to accept the terms of service. What do I do? They closed my topic in the help forum as a duplicate.

5:58 PM, October 11, 2017  
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10:21 PM, October 11, 2017  
Blogger Richard Kleeman said...

Daniel Eskildsen: Here is a technical description of the problem

https://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/chromium-os/tpm_firmware_update

There is an advice section about whether this affects you or not (hardware and also encryption usage). In addition it states that a non-destructive upgrade process is in the works if this issue is low priority for your usage pattern.

7:48 AM, October 12, 2017  
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9:44 AM, October 12, 2017  
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9:52 AM, October 12, 2017  
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10:24 AM, October 12, 2017  
Blogger Mikhail Ireland said...

I really hope my Samsung Chromebook 2 11" will get android app support soon!

1:49 PM, October 12, 2017  
Blogger Starry Might said...

Looking forward to getting this on my Acer R11 soon, hopefully.

1:59 PM, October 12, 2017  
Blogger Johannes Köpcke said...

Too bad that my Acer Chromebook 13 still doesn´t have Android apps enabled although the 11,14 and 15 got them.

3:30 AM, October 13, 2017  
Blogger Mike O'Brien said...

Still waiting for my Acer R11....

6:40 AM, October 13, 2017  
Blogger Jalal Nassaif said...

Same here, still waiting for my Pixel 2015

12:23 PM, October 13, 2017  
Blogger StevenCee said...

I still have : Version 60.0.3112.113 (Official Build) (64-bit) on my iMac, and it says it's Up to date!! And I have auto-update turned on! Why won't it update? I see it's now well over a month outdated, and I'm sure longer than that...disappointing.

4:00 AM, October 14, 2017  
Blogger Ava Bella said...

When will android apps be available on Chromebook? Is the setting in Version 61.0.3163.120, and I just can't find it?? Thanks

9:18 AM, October 14, 2017  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2 Samsung chromebooks no longer works after this update ... Model XE500C12. Anyone else with this problem?

1:02 PM, October 15, 2017  
Blogger Joshua Christ Nieves said...

When will Acer Chromebook R11 be receiving this update v61?

5:45 AM, October 16, 2017  
Blogger StEvE said...

Acer Chromebook R11 just updated to v61.

9:51 AM, October 16, 2017  
Blogger Liam Sappington said...

hi

10:59 AM, October 16, 2017  
Blogger Christian Wood said...

When Will Toshiba Chromebook 2's be getting the Playstore? I have the update. 6.1. I get if it is just buggy and not stable enough but come on this is Google. Get more people on the job. Thanks

11:58 AM, October 16, 2017  
Blogger Hugh Dougherty said...

Still not happening for Asus Flip. Push it Google. Push it!!!

12:32 PM, October 16, 2017  
Blogger Unknown said...

@Rodrigo Mota : What models? My wife's Samsung Chromebook Plus updated to Version 61.0.3163.120 today, and there Google Play Store has disappeared from settings — as well as all previously installed apps. The SCP has had Android support since purchased in March, so this comes as quite a surprise.

2:56 PM, October 16, 2017  
Blogger jm bosma said...

New Asus Flip C101, still om build 60. Please Google, push 61. At least to these newer models as one would expect.

10:59 AM, October 17, 2017  
Blogger Starry Might said...

Just got this on my Acer R11...and not only is it Certified again (yay), but Android is now on Nougat! Awesome!

7:35 PM, October 17, 2017  
Blogger deglan Chartier said...

i already had the play store a month ago and tonight i got a new update called Version 61.0.3163.120 and idk wat it did

11:07 PM, October 17, 2017  
Blogger Charles said...

it just happened automatically on my lenovo n21. checking it out...

6:57 PM, October 18, 2017  
Blogger Pavel Misař said...

I get Play Store on Acer CB3-532 but on chromium is written that is only available on Beta channel but I am on stable

8:44 AM, October 19, 2017  

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