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You might have this setting, I turn it off and it makes no difference, so it might be useless!


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ADM - Advanced Download Manager It has a browser and scheduled download capability.. It also can intercept the clipboard for download links etc...


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You can use Tasker app and create a recipe for it.


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I think it's unlikely that a browser will support such behaviour; I'm not able to find any, and I think it's especially unlikely that they would support Gingerbread. If you had a newer version of Android, you could use Termux to wait until it was time to start the download, then download the file using something like this command: cd storage/Download; sleep ...


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There's no such setting in the Android browser as far as I know. You could try using a different browser that does not have tab functionality, like Orweb, although that may have issues with cookies and may complain when the phone is not connected to Tor. If that doesn't work, you could try Firefox with the Tab Killer extension; it may not work on mobile, ...


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If you are using UC browset go to Browser setting-----> clear records ----> clear all record It will definately help.


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Pretty much have been cleared by comment and answer. But in this case a single of clearing cookies from your browser will help you to get rid from that pop up. Other wise you can do factory reset. I have been passed through such situation.


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First - as you are probably aware now. You NEVER click on a link from an unknown source. I repeat - NEVER. Next time, just close the window without clicking on any links Second - if you can't figure out which malware app was installed , you need to consider doing a factory reset on your phone to eliminate all threats. A factory reset will erase the data (...


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Type about:debug or about:console in a new tab (one of these will work), then try to send something to the console.log in your javascript.. At the top of your page will appear "SHOW JAVASCRIPT CONSOLE", click on it and you will have the console log with the possible error message you are looking for.


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Try my browser app - Subhash Browser & Feed Reader. It has a View HTML source option.


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Go to Settings -> Apps -> YouTube -> Clear Defaults. Next time you open a you tube link, you will be asked to Chose which app should be used to open the link. You can chose Flyperlink from there.



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