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Got my answer here Web Android virtual machine or emulator? It's Manymo.
The answer is here already, but I am adding my 2 cents worth. I am using the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and for me "file://localhost/sdcard" works in the Chrome browser on Android that comes with this device. I thought that sdcard would refer to an external media device that you can plug in, but it turns out that the sdcard in this URI refers to the built-in memory ...
For kitkat users Open Settings Go to Apps On the All tabs, look for your default browser and tap on it Under Launch by Default, press the "Clear defaults" button, to reset default browser Then open a link, you are asked to select a browser, select Opera , select Always.
I don't know about chrome, but UC Browser is definitely an answer for your question. You can preload the pages and then even if the data connection is off, you can read the articles (in your case). Just make sure you don't kill the app itself.
In addition to CBA110's answer, try clearing cache on TW launcher and possibly SystemUI. Under Settings >> Application Manager >> All apps >> "TouchWiz home" >> Clear cache and possibly Clear data as well, but that might reset your homescreen arrangement.
It might be possible that the system got the app icon misconfigured. It happened to me before, a simple on off procedure could fix it.
I had the same exact problem. It went from my phone to my PC to my laptop. Reset my phone thrice to get rid of it but the pop ups would start again immediately after reset. I finally figured out that the problem was on my WiFi. My computer that had been hooked up to the wifi had a network virus and had infected everything that was connected to it. Disconnect ...
I found it ! Download Terminal IDE, it is an awesome shell for Android. Installs the additional packages from within the app to get : GCC, make 3.82, ssh, sshd, telnetd, bash, busybox, vim, mc, htop, TMUX, links 2.7, rsync, git, and more !
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