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I guess the problem is with the adblocker, try uninstalling the adblocker services and try restarting the device, and open Google Chrome to see if that works out for you !


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If you want to view your website in all devices just put webfonts in the your website. web fonts are embedded fonts that you put on your server and with proper css link everybody can view that without installing the fonts on devices. For other websites not having web fonts use firefox for android and then get addon ...


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No,they will not remain open because in order to fix your device it needs to be opened up and that means battery of the device will be removed...etc ! So, no worries about it at all if it gets fixed your parents wouldn't be able to see the opened incognito tabs. because after a reboot they are usually not re-opened automatically !


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To view Gujarati font in Firefox browser just download the addon gujarati fonts package at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/android/addon/gujarati-fonts-package/ . This will show all Gujarati Fonts in all webpages without installing fonts by rooting the android phone. Simillar addon can be developed for all indian languages using lohit indic fonts.


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No. The default browser on stock Android is Google Chrome. This uses the Blink layout engine. For AOSP installations without the Google Apps, the default browser is the old "Browser" app that uses Webkit. However, other browsers are available. Firefox uses Gecko, Opera uses Blink, Dolphin uses Webkit, and there are probably others. Additionally, I am ...


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No, you can't. If you want a more specific answer than that, you need to give more details on what you're trying to achieve, but bear in mind that programming questions are off-topic on this site.


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Unfortunately, the answer is that you can't. That's confirmed pretty conclusively by this bug report/feature request thread in the Chrome development forum. The thread goes all the way back to last March, and posts as recent as a week and a half ago indicate that a means of disabling this behavior has not been implemented. Sadly, recent indications are ...


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The stock browser and Chrome both seem to force you to use the mobile version of Gmail (selecting Desktop View or Request Desktop Site, respectively, simply reloads the mobile site), but in Firefox, if you select Request Desktop Site, you actually get the desktop version. OP comment: It seemed to work at first but then I realized the chart box doesn't ...



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