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It's not a permanent bypass, but the flag chrome://flags/#remember-cert-error-decisions should make it less painful.
Use Dolphin Browser. I think what you are asking is impossible for now on Chrome.
Lollipop has chrome as its default browser. Even devices which had native browser on KitKat deletes the native browser upon lollipop update.
If you install open in browser and then the bookmark will work as expected. And the above app is open source
Try going to Settings > Apps > All > Chrome > Clear Data. Or try Firefox if it works, or try installing the Facebook app. Or uninstalling Chrome and test the factory version if it works, or updating it to the latest stable version. Oh! I see.. You are using Cyanogen? Try using other browsers, including Opera Mobile, Mozilla Firefox, and Dolphin Browser.
From OP themself: I got it fixed although I'm not sure which one of these things did the trick. I went into the Application Manager and scrolled across to "All" I then scrolled down Google Play Store and cleared the data. Next I scrolled down to Chrome, I force stopped it, cleared the data, then turned it off and then back on. Doing that seemed to ...
Which Chrome browser version you're using exactly? So I just went around reading about the issue (of which I also experienced too), and realized it appears to be fixed already, at least for me. To confirm again, I also quickly pulled my phone and tried viewing images on Facebook via Chrome, and they appeared nicely, not in small size. Assuming the issue ...
You may want to look at this official guide: Remote Debugging on Android with Chrome. It involves connecting your phone to a PC, and debugging the page using Chrome DevTools.
You can save as PDF on Firefox too. Just go to menu -> page -> Save as PDF
Or maybe : Offline Browser - Google Play Download the Web Pages for Offline Viewing If you want to keep a web page for later on Android, you need Offline Browser. To use it, just open it up and tap the plus sign to add a new page to your library How to Save Web Pages for Offline Access Later - Android
In chrome for mobile, you can save the opened web page as a PDF. To do that, you have to install the Google Cloud Print application to do this. Once you have installed it, first open a desired web page in the chrome. Then click on the menu icon and select on Print option. There you can select the Save As PDF option. Select the location and click on ...
Try using UC Browser. UC Browser It has an add-on to download web pages as pdf. The add-on can be installed from: Web to PDF add on for UC Browser
Sign in to Chrome on your Android device. Open Chrome on your Andorid device, go to Settings and you will see "Sing in to Chrome". Select the option and sign in. After that, your Android device history appears on your Chrome desktop.
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