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If you are working with visual studio then the virtual server will not be accessible by LAN, you have to have IIS configured in that system or equivalent server-like webhosting software (xampp), if you have that then you just need to type the IP address of that machine in your phone browser.


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Just do it this.. Use your computer ip rather than localhost or 127.0.0.1 Check your mobile and pc already in same domain. use this application to check it. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.overlook.android.fing when open this application you can see your pc ip.if not use above @GAThrawn answer to config ip. Your computer IP 192.168.1.2 ...


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you can use popup blocker "Ad Block" in chrome or "ABP- AdBlock Plus" for firefox.


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Use an app called LoginBox. It's a browser that specialize in remembering the complete login process.


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there is an application you can download for rooted devices called AdAway. it's not in the market, but if you don't have a problem with installing third party apks, this is a complete advertisement blocker for both in-app and browser. https://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdid=org.adaway


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You can only delete specific visited pages while going through the complete browser's history. I asked because you can't actually delete any visit while they are filtered out by a search query. I think this should be allowed as a feature because if you had a big history you would need to spend an unimaginable amount of time to delete a very old entry while ...


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I have just tried on my Galaxy S5 and I got following useragent Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 4.4.2; en-us; SAMSUNG-SM-G900A Build/KOT49H) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/1.6 Chrome/28.0.1500.94 Mobile Safari/537.36


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The cookies form the default android browser are stored in /data/data/com.android.browser/databases/webview.db. The problem is that other applications, for security reasons, do not have access to this file. Since the Browser application hasn't implement this functionality, it is not possible.


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I have a Galaxy S4 and use ConnectBot to connect to my SSH server and setup a port forward via the client to port 8080. Then setup Firefox to use the SOCKS proxy by just going to About:Config and entering the following: network.proxy.socks: 127.0.0.1 network.proxy.socks_port: 8080 (or whatever port you chose to forward in ConnectBot) ...


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After some poking around it would appear that in this case the browser is not identifying itself as running on an Android device. I put the useragentstring you supplied into useragentstring.com and in the operating system details field it tells me; Operating System: Linux running on a Intel CPU running on a 64 bit processor If I enter the useragentstring ...


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It's much easier to use a dedicated PDF app to do this than try to read PDFs in the browser. For example, you can upload a PDF in Google Play Books via the web interface and then read it in the Play Books app, which on KitKat supports fullscreen mode, even hiding the notification and navigation bars. Other PDF apps might have similar features, though I know ...


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I found that switching to "Desktop View" and back effectively reloaded. Menu Button Desktop View [checkbox] this reloads once, then uncheck the checkbox and the view is updated!


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there are two ways for something similar if all you want is black background and white text for absolutely all sites, go to about:config and disable use page colors. then set background and foreground colors to what you want. if you require a more complex stylesheet, install stylish add on, and either use your css locally or upload to the site the ...


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You can't do this with the old "Android browser", but you can in Chrome, which is downloadable from Google Play and comes installed on all recent Android devices. The feature you're looking for is called Chrome Remote Debugging, and it relies on having Chrome on your desktop and ADB enabled and connected.



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