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Tasker allows creation of Scenes. We can use scenes to create virtual buttons on the screen which can work as navigational keys to scroll up/down/left/right on the screen. This answer would make good use of all of my earlier answers written on this page. It goes without saying that root access would be needed than. (Some mundane scenes I created; click ...


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Adbock for non-rooted devices Adfree for rooted devices The two above adblockers should help you block the ads, but they can't fix the problem for you. You'll need to root your phone and follow the answer from Saif-RX that is at the top of the page.


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The need of using an Xposed module can be removed from my answer here. We can use Tasker and a very useful plugin named AutoInput to simulate page up/down using Volume keys. Instructions Install both the apps. Go to Settings → Accessibility and enable Services for both Tasker and AutoInput. Launch Tasker. Under Tasks, create a task named Scroll ...


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ad-type.google.com redirect adware has been most stubborn malware on the internet now. Step 1: Disable JavaScript in all your browsers Step 2: Install Malwarebytes Anti-malware for android This should inhibit the infection. If Problem persists go ahead with next step Step 3: Your router might be infected too. Ask your ISP(internet service ...


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There is host file in /system/etc/ Folder. You need ROOT access. Just go to host file using root browser. Open it with text editor. Write following code : ad-type.google.com 74.125.224.72 You will now go to google.com PAGE.


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You can use LMT Launcher's PIE navigation feature to achieve your objective. LMT wouldn't replace your current home launcher which means you can rest assured that your home screen would stay untouched. Let's come to business. Here is the XDA thread about LMT Launcher. It's a freeware app and needs to be sideloaded into the system (not available on Play ...


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After reviewing some user-agent strings, all native Samsung browsers I saw use WebKit. There are particular idiosyncrasies when working with this family browsers amongst devices, and a lot of weird behavior. According http://stackoverflow.com/a/19551809/489396 there is some "value added" by Samsung to the AOSP browser.


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It seems to be a case of adding a Unicode font to the browser. Instructions for UCBrowser involve creating a font folder inside the UCDownloads folder, then copying the Unicode font file into it. There isn't actually any 'install' program to run as such. A font that seems to work is the Unifoundry standard TTF suggested by Shawn Redmond - tested on ...


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For the goal to be achieved precisely we need Xposed Additions Pro and Tasker installed, where the former requires root access and Xposed Framework (stable build) installed. Once you install the Xposed Additions, you'll be asked to activate its module in Xposed Framework. Activate it. We'll be using Xposed Addition's ability to intercept a key-press and ...


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It isn't available in the Stock Android Browser or not even in Chrome. But UC Browser provides this functinality of scrolling exactly one page at a time. You can use the "Scroll Buttons" or "Tap to scroll" or the "Volume keys" feature by installing UC Browser for Android. In the UC browser Settings page you can do configure the scroll style and it resembles ...


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Nobody brought up a physical keyboard. So that. If you have root access, Tasker can do down button presses even without auto-input. This is still relevant for Android 4.4.4. I could get this to send a page down button, but it has peculiar triggers, like headset volume or media buttons. The Button Savior (Root) app is promising, but I don't have a rooted ...


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You do not need to get a list of servers, you can use Adblock Plus. And you are using Firefox on your desktop, and Dolphin and Firefox on Android, just like I do.   Adblock Plus works a lot better because on hosts file you need the exact domain name (one with www, without www, a different country etc).   The Hosts file provides additional ...


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In Chrome go to settings then accessibility and tick Force Enable Zoom. Use your fingers to increase size. Text will scale nicely but images are those from the mobile site...


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It is possible to disable the feature in Chrome browser version 41 and above. The easiest way to disable this is to visit the chrome://flags in your Chrome address bar and to disable the pull to refresh effect, chrome://flags (disable-pull-to-refresh-effect) Preventing the pull-to-refresh effect:(Based on this Chromium docs) The default action of the ...



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