ChromiumOS Enhanced Vanilla Build – R67-10575.B

New Vanilla Builds out today!

Download 64 bit build from

SHA256: 5c477dac2a4681db04135df35885054a2f4671d81b9f51c4114eadbcaca49463

These builds are an enhancement to the normal Vanilla builds in the fact they support the Broadcom STA wireless stack as well as additional kernel resident wireless drivers. No additional graphics support is provided however.


  • R67 Chromium Release

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The Update Server is now running as of 02/07/18.

4 thoughts on “ChromiumOS Enhanced Vanilla Build – R67-10575.B”

  1. Hey, Arnold. I was wondering if there could be an easier way to install Flash, media plugins, and Widevine, like how Cloudready does it? I use your builds because of the storage space, and because it’s closer to the latest Chrome OS, but I need Cloudready only because it allows to install the plugins in the Settings. I would appreciate it if you were to do the same thing in your builds? Then I’d be on your builds full-time. Thanks, Arnold.

  2. Hey Arnold, been using your builds for ages but this week I’ve installed it on a tablet for the first time! I have an HP Elite X2 which has a removable keyboard and touchpad. Everything works perfectly (including docking and undocking the keyboard) but to get the onscreen keyboard working when the keyboard is removed, I have to enable it in Accessibility Options. However, when I plug the keyboard back on the onscreen keyboard is still present! I don’t know how the official docking tablets do this but is this something you can have a look at?

    Thanks for all the hard work!

    1. That would need some testing to get working since you can also pass in –enable-virtual-keyboard as a command line option for ChromiumOS. I would need a device to test how it works however!

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