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Do other websites load normally? I guess they do. Hence, this is a probably a problem with the website, not with Chrome or Android. Be patient and try again later. Re: About it working with Chrome Beta, it could be any number of other factors related to the website other than Chrome.


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Try clearing the cache and app data. Go to settings --> app manager and find google chrome. Then force stop google chrome and try again. Try installing Google Chrome Beta (Could be a bug in the current version) Forgot to quote you @Tamoghna Chowdhury Could also be a website or internet problem if it doesn't load on other phones


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Instead of making the folder hidden with a dot prefix, create an empty file inside the folder with the name ".nomedia". This will prevent image/gallery apps from indexing the folder.


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Those who are desperate to search with alternative search engines such as DuckDuckGo can use my browser app, which uses Chrome internally. It supports 25 search engines - all customizable.


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Check this answer. You will have to convert your javascript to bookmarklet format and then put it in a text file with .js extension to test it. http://android.stackexchange.com/a/130111/137930


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Just login to your Google account and all data will be automatically imported includng your history, bookmarks, extensions etc.


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It seems it's impossible, as per the answer of @bmdixon : I don't believe this is possible. According to this Reddit post, it is not possible when writing an app as the Chrome code ignores the request if it is not Chrome initiating it, so an app or user cannot trigger the incognito tab. I assume the same applies when trying to launch the activity '...


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You can install the Xposed module Xnotifications (you will need to be rooted and have Xposed framework installed) and set a rule to not display notifications from chrome with the content filter for incognito. This will only block this particular notification from showing. All other chrome notifications will show. This is important because downloads being ...


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Hahah, a bit tmi, Joe. If you go to the application manager in settings and find chrome, there should be an option to disable notifications. Doing so will block all notifications, even the important ones. You may even forget to close your pages.


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You can view full list of supported chrome: URLs on chrome://chrome-urls page. Note that the lists are different for the Android and desktop versions. In particular, there is no chrome://settings in Android version because there the settings are implemented using native OS forms.


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I don't believe this is possible. According to this Reddit post it is not possible when writing an app as the Chrome code ignores the request if it is not Chrome initiating it, so an app or user cannot trigger the incognito tab. I assume the same applies when trying to launch the activity 'manually'. So what these are doing, is checking whether the ...


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Give this a try: http://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/chrome/chrome-42-0-2311-107-release/chrome-42-0-2311-107-android-apk-download/ I use APK mirror all the time and have never had any issues. You said 42 and below right? This is version 42 -Asloss


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As root, you have full access to your phone's System partition, hence you'll be able to completely uninstall Chrome. Here, I'll describe two procedures for doing so. Via a Terminal Emulator By using an app known as a Terminal Emulator, you can manually remove Chrome and any leftovers lying in the Data partition. Firstly, you'll want to issue: su to ...


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You probably can't. System apps, including the browser, are stored in the /system partition, which is effectively read-only from the user's point of view. Downloaded apps (and upgrades to system appsĀ¹) are stored in the /data partition. Odds are that Chrome beta is in /data. That was the bad news. The good news is: keeping those /system apps around when you'...


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Enter chrome://flags in the address bar Scroll down to Show popular sites on the New Tab page Change the setting from default to Disabled Relaunch Chrome


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type in address 'mbasic.facebook.com' and you will be able to save images.


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Try using https://mbasic.facebook.com It's not as pretty and you have to click "See Older Messages" and "See Newer Messages" a lot, but it's quite functional and fast.


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Do you have antivirus installed on your phone? If so go to settings and lower the security setting from high to medium i sems as though its a security feature you may have on i just visted the page from crome on 2 different. Devices and had no problems or bo restart. I did however visit the page from my home pc that does have firewall antivirus set to high ...


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If you don't want to install another app, there's a way around it. Although not elegant, you can tell Chrome to "Request desktop site" from the device's menu button. Have to manually change the URL from m.facebook.com to www.facebook.com afterwards, and the site is, as expected, large and unwieldy. But it works. I've just installed the Adblock Browser as ...


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This happens when you are try to access chatting from Facebook App. Try Facebook using Google Chrome and you can not redirected to download messenger app. You can chat by Chrome mobile.


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Just realized I was responding to the duplicate question, but here's another solution: Use Adblock Browser. It's a free browser that disables a lot of ads, and even though some mobile sites might act strange (which is why I still use Chrome), it stops facebook from opening up the Play Store. Hope that helps. Edit: I've been told that other mobile browsers, ...



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