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I was also looking for this answer, specifically for signing into Google using the Web Signin (Required if using secondary auth). For the password I just typed in a single letter then touching and holding the icon showed up for highlighting the text. Above it was the paste. I simply pasted my password, then deleted the first character.


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Android default browser uses webkit Check out second paragraph : Wikipedia Webkit description


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Use either the Habit Browser or Slepnir Browser apps. They both support Userscripts. I had to tweak my scripts slightly to get them working (they handle events differently) but they both work really well.


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Just found the setting in Chrome. If you go to Settings -> Accessibility and then tick the option "Force enable zoom" then you should be able to zoom in on any site. (I have read a few sites still manage to stop you, but the vast majority should then work).


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In my case in the router settings, "Use Router as DNS" was checked by default. As a result, my Router had assigned an IP address for my Desktop on which the web server was running (which somehow I didn't check and I was trying to use the IP address assigned by my Domain DNS). So if you are using Wi-Fi when you face these kind of connection issues you ...


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I've struggled with this same issue, though in my case I wanted to save a Text file (.txt) that I had open in the Chrome browser on Android 4.4.x (Kit Kat). After reading this and other questions posted I realised that neither Chrome, the Google applications, nor the standard Android tools would allow me to simply save a Text file from a URL. To save a ...


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It depends on the pages. If the pages are media-heavy (lots of large images or other media) then yes, the pages load faster since Google scales and recodes the images on the servers before sending them to your device, and optimizes other page content also. However, the device still needs to render the layout of the page, which can be slow on mobile devices. ...


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Create a new bookmark (bookmarklet) on Mobile Chrome with: Name: View Source (vs) URL: javascript:document.location='view-source:'+document.location; void(0); Now when on a page, tap the address field and start typing: vs. The bookmarklet should appear, click it and you are ready.



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