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with Bay Trail cores are very popular in newer ChromeOS devices. |+|
Intel processors are very popular in ChromeOS devices.
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Factory firmware support for
coreboot and SeaBIOS is nonexistent, but custom firmware is available for most or all Bay Trail models from John Lewis: https://johnlewis.ie/custom- chromebook- firmware/rom-download/. |+|
Factory firmware support for SeaBIOS is nonexistent, but custom firmware is available for all models -- .
|−|There is only one firmware update option available: | |
|−|# '''BOOT_STUB''' | |
|−|#* Bypasses the white "OS verification is OFF" screen | |
|−|#* Removes the ability to run ChromeOS natively, creating a small risk of bricking your device | |
|−|#* Leaves the “REFRESH + POWER” functionality of the stock ROM intact | |
|−|#** If you engage this key sequence, device will reboot and try to run ChromeOS Recovery (which will fail) | |
|−|#** This process will repeat on every boot until you disassemble the device and briefly disconnect the battery | |
|−|=== GalliumOS Known Issues === | |
|−|GalliumOS BETA1 has known issues with internal audio, but this is fixed in nightly builds. You can update a BETA1 install via the usual <code>apt-get update ; apt-get upgrade</code> method to pull in all bugfixes. | |
Latest revision as of 05:17, 2 March 2017
Intel processors using the BayTrail architecture are very popular in 2014/2015-era ChromeOS devices.
Factory firmware support for booting legacy OSes via SeaBIOS is nonexistent, but custom firmware is available for all BayTrail models -- see Firmware.