Anbox Cloud 1.19.2 has been released


The Anbox Cloud team is pleased to announce the release of Anbox Cloud 1.19.2.

Please see component versions for a list of updated components.

New features & improvements

  • When the Anbox Cloud Appliance upgrade fails, you can force run the upgrade again by using the --force option when running anbox-cloud-appliance upgrade.
  • Android security updates for October 2023 (see Android Security Bulletin - October 2023 for more information).
  • The Android WebView has been updated to 117.0.5938.61.

Bugs fixed

  • Screen rotation fails to work and causes an Unknown orientation type error.
  • The existing telegraf configuration that collects metrics for the running containers does not work for cgroup-v2.
  • Anbox Cloud Appliance fails to initialise with the following error on systems that have EFI but do not support secure boot:
    Error: failed to check secure boot status: exit status 255
  • A container is deleted when its start operation fails.
  • After a container is stopped, GPUs and VPUs assigned to it are not cleared. This leads to having multiple GPUs/VPUs assigned to the container without proper allocation or utilisation.
  • When an NVMe-based VPU is assigned to a container, the corresponding control device is not assigned. This could prevent the drivers from using the control device.
  • When the upgrade process for the appliance is in progress, the output of the is missing from the upgrade.log.

Upgrade instructions

See Upgrade Anbox Cloud or Upgrade the Anbox Cloud Appliance for instructions on how to update your Anbox Cloud deployment to the 1.19.2 release.