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Chrome OS is an operating system designed by Google that is based on the Linux kernel and uses the Google Chrome web browser as its principal user interface. As a result, Chrome OS primarily supports web applications.

ImportantChromeOS is not one of the officially supported operating systems. See Supported operating systems for more information.

Using Trezor with ChromeOS[edit]

Trezor Bridge is not compatible with ChromeOS.

NoteTrezor devices can be used with ChromeOS via WebUSB, this is supported only on Trezor Beta Wallet.

Trezor Model T[edit]

You can use your Trezor Model T on ChromeOS by utilizing the WebUSB transport protocol (native to Chrome).

Trezor One[edit]

Trezor One may not be recognized on ChromeOS before the update of its firmware and bootloader. If your Trezor One device is not recognized by your ChromeOS computer, please install the latest 1.7.3 firmware to your device using a computer with a different operating system or using Trezor manager on your Android phone/device. After installing the firmware, you can continue using your Trezor One with ChromeOS computer.

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