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My original answer got a downvote, despite being a valid suggestion. :P So, I'm going to try a different answer. You are using a Xiaomi device, and you probably won't find a lot of Mi users here. They (MIUI) have their own forum, and you will probably find better support there. The Mi browser you talk of is not available in Google Play. So, I'm willing ...


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If the website is giving you problems, why not use the Yahoo Mail app instead?


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Click an hold the URL to the Textfile and from the menu hit "save link"


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First I would jump into the developer options and play around with rendering settings in there. This is going to pertain to the GPU probably a lot more than the CPU. You can also enable some helpful rendering overlays to get visual feedback regarding touch areas, rendered areas, and gpu utilization. Unfortunately I can't say that one particular item or ...


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If you want to view source of Android browser page, or inspect page you can use this https://developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/remote-debugging Its very good inspector


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It depends on the website (or its mode) if zoom is supported. Usually, you can't zoom if the site is on mobile mode. For Facebook, the URL would be https://m.facebook.com. However, some browsers like Dolphin or Boat have a setting to configure the default zoom, but sometimes they don't work. (e.g. Dolphin's setting doesn't work if Dolphin Jetpack is also ...


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You can always use a social bookmarking and sync with your existing bookmarks. Look into Delicious and Papaly for easy to use user interface. Just as long as you have internet with your droid you'll be able to look at all your bookmarks anywhere.


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Take your index finger and thumb, spread them apart to zoom in. Conversely take your index finger and thumb, pinch them together to zoom out. Make sure you have selected desktop view, mobile view won't zoom by default. Edit: Double tapping does work in many browsers as well.


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There are several services which could be used for that. I'm using Pocket on my mobiles to mark such articles to "read them later" on my PC – which can be done easily with their browser addon (for me, on Firefox – but they have something for Chrome and Safari as well). A different approach would be using a shared clipboard: there are several apps available ...


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Try Push Bullet. It let's you push images, links and other things to desktop, tablet, another mobile device etc.


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Can someone please explain all the steps involved in the process of displaying the Indic font by Firefox browser (in the particular scenario explained above)? The indicfont.ttf was placed in the /system/fonts directory. If you have control over the website, I suggest you should add a @font-face rule to the site's CSS stylesheet. This will work on all ...



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