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The Custom Tabs help page says: What happens if the user doesn’t have a recent version of Chrome installed? Custom Tabs uses an ACTION_VIEW Intent with key Extras to customize the UI. This means that by default the page willopen in the system browser, or the user's default browser. If the user has Chrome installed and it is the default browser, ...


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This website is responsible for the browser redirection (http://www.onclickads.net/) You need to block it in order to stop the malware that redirects your browser I blocked it in my home router and since then when i am on that wifi, i get no redirections


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Web pages on a mobile can be very long and scrolling them with swipes can become tiresome. This is exactly why I added four scroll buttons to my browser. You can also write Javascript scripts to implement your own scrolling behavior on web pages. The toolbar can be hidden by shaking the device. Subhash Browser & Feed Reader Doing the same in all ...


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As mentioned on Eldarerathis' comment, no matter what, you are going to need a newer version of Android, which probably means (CyanogenMod will only get you to 2.3.7) that you'll need a newer phone. The good news is that from 4.0+ it only gets easier to easily run Chromium safely on Android. For Android 4.4, there's a free and open-source app getChromium ...


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Assuming you are not doing Android development, you do not need to worry about Android version. Any serious security-minded application like Chrome on Android will use TLS 1.2. You can verify this for yourself by going to a secure website (make sure it supports TLS 1.2!) and inspecting the certificate and protocol used on the client. I have checked this on ...



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