Thursday, April 4, 2019

Dev Channel Update for Chrome OS

The Dev channel has been updated to 75.0.3753.0 (Platform version: 12029.0.0) for most Chrome OS devices. This build contains a number of bug fixes, security updates and feature enhancements.

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 Covert said...

Is it crashing repeatedly for anyone else?

5:33 PM, April 04, 2019  
Blogger Fiannan said...

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12:23 AM, April 05, 2019  
Blogger Fiannan said...

The update hasn't shown up on my Pixelbook at all.

12:26 AM, April 05, 2019  
Blogger Rich said...

Yes. Crashing repeatedly.

11:37 AM, April 05, 2019  
Blogger ju said...

s it crashing repeatedly until google assistant is disabled

2:17 PM, April 05, 2019  
Blogger mettray said...

Not crashing for me, but a number of weird things. All my images are showing as being duplicated. Apps are reporting missing Download directory and adding the directory back doesn't remove the error message.

Google Photos is using 121% of CPU even when sync is turned off. I had to uninstall it.

3:43 AM, April 06, 2019  
Blogger Julio said...

Yes, is it crashing repeatedly for me

7:24 AM, April 06, 2019  
Blogger Julio said...

how to disable google assistant if it crashes repeatedly?

7:26 AM, April 06, 2019  
Blogger uliar said...

Gotta disable all networking in order to deactivate Assistant.

3:12 PM, April 08, 2019  
Blogger Julio said...


6:14 PM, April 08, 2019  
Blogger Unknown said...

HP Chromebook X2 here. Alas, I ended up powerwashing in response to the constant crashing after the update before I learned that the Google Assistant was causing the issue and that the flag could be disabled once networking was turned off. I'm currently still on the dev channel running 75.0.3753.0 but now with the Assistant disabled in chrome://flags, and the system seems to be running okay now overall, but I'm getting some weird behavior where some Android apps that previously had no problem seeing my removable storage once I enabled the storage app permissions can no longer find it. Since I just wiped everything anyway, I'll probably change over to beta to wait out this release and rejoin the dev channel once the next update rolls out.

9:36 PM, April 08, 2019  
Blogger Unknown said...

Well.. i had to rollback to 74 as about everything freaked out. Thing is i did not have assistant on before the update so there is more issues to this then the assistant. Anyhow.. There is so many reportings on this update so it's pretty mind boggling how this release even passed out on the servers anyway. Apparently 75 have been pulled back 3 times now by google so there is probably some major issues going on.

7:24 AM, April 09, 2019  
Blogger Unknown said...

At the moment there is no 75 serving at the dev branch.
Pretty big panic revert as there seem to be allot of people that got this update before the pullback.

7:32 AM, April 09, 2019  
Blogger Covert said...

Dang... you just had to disable Google Assistant, I did a whole Chromebook Recovery and went back to Stable :(

10:12 AM, April 09, 2019  
Blogger 365cent said...

Hello, here is bug you didn't fix. Every time you click a mailto: link. It pop up many tabs, and the tabs bar becomes full.

6:39 AM, April 11, 2019  

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