Google has pulled the final Chrome OS replace that was inflicting customers to lock out of their Chromebooks attributable to a significant bug and introduced the event of its repair that’s anticipated to launch later as we speak (July 21). The problem emerged after customers downloaded Chrome OS model 91.0.4472.165. It restricted customers from logging again to their accounts on Chromebook after set up. In some circumstances, the replace even prompted bootlooping and was not permitting customers to entry even the lock display screen.
On its system standing web page, Google acknowledged the issue and stated that its engineering group halted the rollout of the replace. The corporate additionally promised to launch a brand new model that may repair the difficulty.
Android Central stories that the bug within the Chrome OS replace was not permitting customers to log again into their Chromebooks after set up and was even inflicting bootloop in some circumstances.
Though the brand new Chrome OS launch to repair the difficulty has been confirmed, Google has additionally offered a few workarounds to briefly resolve the issue. The corporate stated that customers can “powerwash” their Chromebook, which merely means they should manufacturing unit reset their machine. This may, nevertheless, clear all the information saved domestically.
Particularly for customers who usually are not even capable of entry the lock display screen attributable to bootlooping, they should roll again the replace with a restoration USB key. This can even clear the native knowledge from the machine.
As soon as the up to date model is on the market, affected customers must both depart their Chromebooks on the login display screen to obtain the replace by way of auto-update or replace them manually after logging into Visitor Mode.
This isn’t the primary time when a Chrome OS replace has prompted points for Chromebook customers. Actually, a damaged replace was launched simply earlier this month that Google had pulled after customers reported efficiency throttling on their units.
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