ChromiumOS Enhanced Vanilla Build – R74-11895.B

New Vanilla Builds out today!

Download 64 bit build from

SHA256: 208f25d362547af387875541ad6232a705bbef32c7f0a1d19a8c8a91a7c04d8b

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.


  • None: Version Bump only

Note: Google Play Store is still not working!
Known Issues:
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The Update Servers are now available.

7 thoughts on “ChromiumOS Enhanced Vanilla Build – R74-11895.B”

  1. Hi Arnold, no luck with R74 on the Chromebook Pixel (2013). Booting from the USB, it just hangs at the Chromium splash screen. Also, and I know this sounds weird, somehow it seems to “break” previous Chromium versions on the same machine. After attempting to boot once from R74 and hanging, the previous two versions (R72 & 69) also hang at the Chromium splash screen. The only way to fix it is to do a recovery of ChromeOS and start over. I verified this several times.

    FYI, I’m running the full MrChromebox firmware from 8/27/18. I tried R74 with the current MrChromebox firmware (1/13/2019) and it loaded, but the touchpad didn’t work. I also tried R74 with the stock ChromeOS firmware, but it didn’t even make it to the Chromium screen, just went blank after pressing CTRL-U and reading the USB.

  2. Hey, man. Love what you’re doing. I have an old Lenovo Miix 2 10. I want to use your build for project croissant, but when I ran just your build, it did that thing where the WIFI keeps disabling itself. I googled around and figured it’s a driver issue. I tried running CloudReady and the WIFI did work for that, so a fix is definitely possible. To the best of my knowledge, I think once you’re running you can just download windows drivers and install them as Linux drivers, but the issue is I’m completely locked out until I connect to WIFI. The Miix doesn’t have an Ethernet port and I don’t have a USB converter. I’d fix the problem if I could but I have no clue where to even begin. Any chance you could toss that fix in the next build? Haha

  3. Hello!
    Do you have an easy way to pull the device drivers from CloudReady or mimic their driver offerings?
    I like the CloudReady product, but they want too much money for their education product.

  4. Hi!

    I was able to boot your build, but wifi is not working. My device has the RTL8723BS chip. I know your build has the module, but it seems that’s not working anymore. Audio is also not working. I got the volume control and if I run alsamixer on shell, I can see and even modify settings, but there’s no output. The audio device is the bytcht-8316.

    My laptop is a 2 in 1 with the Atom x5-Z8350 processor.

    Thanks for the amazing work!

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