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Based from the same problem on AskUbuntu, this is not OS-dependent, but an attack to the router. Try hard reset the router. This does not appear to be an OS related issue. I would recommend you to read this http://www.quora.com/How-do-I-stop-AdsMatte-spam-popups-and-ads Basically it is an attack on/via your router. You should hard reset it. A lot of ...


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This is called malvertising. As an user, your only option is to use an ad blocker like AdAway.


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This can be turned on/off in Chrome using flags. This is on the user end though and cannot be change in the browser from a website or app. You can also do this in your own app using the api for webview or websettings and make "getMediaPlaybackRequiresUserGesture(false)" it is by default set to "(true)" ...


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I found my own solution and it is working good. Need to use "Dolphin" browser with "Tab Reload" add-ons It can be found in google play store.


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I'd personally use Tasker for something like this. The process would be quite simple: New Trigger -> Time Give a time window (workday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm) Check "Repeat:" every xx and change to Minutes New Task -> Name (something like "Open Webpage") New Action -> Net -> Browse URL Type in URL That Task should cause the device to relaunch the webpage ...


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Just insert this code anywhere in your kiosk browser content to refresh your web app every one minute: <script type="text/javascript"> setTimeout(function () { location.reload(true); }, 60000); </script>


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Lollipop has chrome as its default browser. Even devices which had native browser on KitKat deletes the native browser upon lollipop update.


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Yes, it's possible, but you need devices running on Android 4.1 JellyBean or above (as of testing). Otherwise, you'll get "Parse error" message when installing it. Note: I'm using the APK from here. I checked the content of the manifest using aapt and on line #31649: E: uses-sdk (line=12) A: android:minSdkVersion(0x0101020c)=(type 0x10)0x10 A: ...


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I have to suggestions that are probably going to be about as close as you're going to get to removing the 'styles' from websites. They're there for a reason, like previously mentioned, and removing them is very close to disabling the HTML but not entirely the same as you're stil left with the paragraphs and links (the core content of the site, just without ...


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The answer is here already, but I am adding my 2 cents worth. I am using the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and for me "file://localhost/sdcard" works in the Chrome browser on Android that comes with this device. I thought that sdcard would refer to an external media device that you can plug in, but it turns out that the sdcard in this URI refers to the built-in memory ...



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