I'm seeing problems identical to this issue, where Chrome either crashes, becomes unresponsive, or the screen goes black if I switch between tabs. Logcat shows:

OpenGLRenderer is out of memory

According to the Chromium issue, this stems from bugs in the Tegra video drivers. For the Asus Transformer, it was fixed by a system update. (I'm running the most recent ICS update on my Iconia Tab.)

Is there anything I can do to get Chrome working reliably on the A200, and is there any hope of Acer fixing their software?

  • Have you tried contacting Acer? I'd see if you can find a reproducable way to make it happen with the built-in apps, then report it to Acer as a bug. Might not get anywhere, but you won't know till you try. Jun 28 '12 at 20:37
  • I'm on an A200 as well; I'm not having that crash. I'm getting other crashes, tho', with Chrome. The recent build is better than the older one.
    – aramis
    Sep 11 '12 at 22:49

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