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Chrome os beta 74 is now out but my Chromebook beta version is still on 73. How is this rolled out? 2 Recommended Answers 32 Replies 33 Upvotes
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I have been using the Dev channel so i could try version 74 but found the browser to be a bit buggy. However, since i found out 74 had been rolled out to beta i thought I could roll back to beta to receive 74 through the beta channel instead. Unfortunately beta for my chromebook is still stuck on 73.

I have an HP chromebook 11 G6 non-touch screen version
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My issue isn't answered by the suggestions. I'm quite familiar with the build channels. My Acer Chromebook Tab 10 (scarlet), according to the CrOS Updates Serving web page, was updated to the latest version yesterday. Keep in mind, this was after Google had skipped the previous four Beta and Dev build updates for scarlet.

However, after I do a complete powerwash and update, I'm still on the previous channel versions. Right now, my stable version is 72.0.3636.122 when it should be 73.0.3683.88. Either the CrOS update page is wrong, or someone at Google forgot to unlock the updates for scarlet.

I'm still waiting on Android Pie for scarlet as well. Even in the previous v74.x Dev build it was still on Nougat. And this is supposed to be the device and processor that Google specifically DESIGNED for Chrome OS. This is thoroughly disappointing.
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Hi Jim 

Thank you that has answered my question, guess I'll have to wait or go back to the Dev channel.
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I have the same issue on 'scarlet' (Acer Chromebook Tab 10). I'm on the beta channel, and even after manually clicking the "Check for updates" button, it says your Chome OS is at the latest version.

It's on the 73 version while https://cros-updates-serving.appspot.com/ says beta on scarlet should be 74.
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I'm now on stable channel 74.0.3729.125 Scarlet, but my CT100PA Chrome OS tablet Play services still stuck on Android 7.1.1, not Pie 9.0.  how much longer do we wait, so I may use Gboard and other great features?
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