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This feature can not be turned off in Chrome.
Yes, they've completely removed it from the UI, so you have to use the Android back button.
I turn on my bluetooth keyboard That is probably detected as configuration change, which triggers a restart of the current activity in android (chrome in your case). Only the app developer can change this behavior, so the only thing you could do is to file a bug report.
Well, what you can do us head over to the Settings>Accessibility>Vision>Tap over Talkback>Tap on Settings over the Talkback window>Uncheck speak caller ID, that should fix your problem out.
Option 1:- You can turn off your Search History to prevent future searches from being saved to your Search History. But some features, including Google Now, won’t work when your Search History is turned off. 1.Visit your History page. 2.In the top right corner of the page, touch the gear > Settings. 3.Touch Pause. Your Search History will now be ...
Well you have 2 ways here - Sign out from Chrome. To sign out just navigate through Chrome>Settings>Account(on top)>Off. And you won't get these recent search history. Open Chrome (use Desktop version when navigating through the webpages I suggested). In address bar type-in history.google.com and sign in to your preffered Google account and remove all the ...
Well, what you can do is tap over the search bar type chrome://history/ clear the history and it shouldn't bother you any more. Update: You can try incognito mode over the browser if you don't want the logs or any history to be created.
The best you can do is just clear your mobile browser history. Also you can use apps like Clear master to clear temp files regularly. Hope it helps!!
Alternatively visit http://www.web2pdfconvert.com/ and paste the url which you want as a PDF. Or If you want to download pdf via app, try free app named "UrlToPdf" from play store.
I believe your installation was selected for the experiment (aka field trial). The Chrome team sometimes rolls experimental features to a limited number of users (like 2% of all installation). Then they gather some statistics to see how this feature performs. The new style of the new tab page seems to be one of those experiments. You can turn it on (and off) ...
It doesn't seem unusual to me that an app that commercially depends on tracking its users would send you to a website to track and count you, and then have that site redirect you to the real store page. If you don't trust them not to misuse this tracking data, don't use the app.
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