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After my Galaxy S4 update to 5.0.1, I still had a native internet browser besides Chrome.


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Definitely those tabs are just getting killed. Remember that in Chrome, page renderers run in separate processes for security. Once a renderer process has been put into background, the system is free to kill it. According to https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=98332, the issue with over-aggressive process killing should be resolved in the 5.1 ...


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My solution that may help was to install am app called Windows Manipulator on my android phone then set the DPI significantly lower. This gives me enough screen real estate (albeit with significantly smaller font). This seems to keep Chrome from zooming on focus as often. I also switched to Flashfox Pro browser which does not zoom on focus frequently. ...


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It sounds like your problem may not be with the browsers, but that Android doesn't have any app willing to support the specific download. You could try downloading an app which has an option to support all downloads, such as ES File Explorer. It should then offer to open the GPX file when you click on it to download.


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The notification doesn't sound like something that would appear on stock Android firmware. Hold down on the notification, then if there's an option called "Ignore messages like this", select it. If there isn't, choose "App Info" and uncheck the box labelled "Show notifications".


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I figured it out for FireFox users: In the Firefox browser for Android, navigate to about:config. Find the line named formhelper.autozoom Set to false This is especially beneficial to navigating websites in desktop mode, without that nasty input zoom.


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You don't need to drag the placeholder, in a text area whose content is larger than the editing area, you can scroll the text by dragging on the editing area itself. This works in both Firefox and Chrome for Android. Regarding to text area resizing, yes, this is possible. Resizable text area works in both Firefox and Chrome for Android (demo), but they must ...


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There's nothing wrong with the phone or browser, it's the wifi router. It's infected with malware - the DNS settings are changed to redirect to the malware sites. Try visiting 192.168.1.1 wirelessly - you won't be able to. Connect router via LAN cable Hard reset the router Manually setup the router (consult your service provider if you don't have the ...


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It turns out you can use Firefox for Android to do this: In the address bar go to about:config and then search for pixels. Select layout.css.devPixelsPerPx and change the value to 1 if you want sites to think the resolution of your browser is the true native resolution of the screen rather than a DPI-adjusted value. If you have a super high resolution ...



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