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This page suggests you can put them in /data/local/tmp/content-shell-command-line. eg adb shell 'echo "chrome --kiosk --kiosk-printing" > /data/local/tmp/content-shell-command-line'
I just find more elegant solution. In the menu of webpage ask for desktop version of the website. It will pull data from the server and page will reload. After that you can come back for mobile version once again.
I know this doesn't answer your exact question. You'll save yourself a lot of time and effort going with another picture app such as QuickPic It's fast and customizable, and you can select which folders to include OR exclude :) Do yourself a favor and disable Gallery.
According to AndroidPolice is actually caused by a bug in Chrome Beta that showed up on certain custom ROMS. The recent update (v39.0.2171.90) contains a fix for this issue. It's likely that the next update for non beta Chrome will include a fix for this too.
This is happening in any custom ROM that supports floating windows. It is there, for example, in SlimKat, Spirit ROM, CM based ROMs etc. In my case I can move and size the window, and there is a maximize button available. It resizes the window with pinch to zoom automatically rendering it almost unusable. This is an app issue ultimately, but it is specific ...
It is not possible to do this in Chrome on Android; you can achieve what you want to with this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.procoit.kioskbrowser&hl=en
It is not possible to add flags to chrome on Android unless they exist in the chrome://flags a list.
Some printers come preinstalled with Google Cloud Print capabilities. Check to see if your printer already has Cloud Print: http://www.google.com/cloudprint/learn/printers.html If your printer does not support Google Cloud Print, but it supports WiFi printing, you need to install a printer service before you can use WiFi to print. They are available on the ...
After trying the "Quick Fixes", nothing worked. The Solution was to re ROM the phone with a factory ROM. In future, use Titanium Backup to first take a full backup, then freeze the application for a week or two and then if the phone is stable, remove the frozen apps.
Download an app named Turbo Download Manager. With one click on the file in Chrome, the option comes for this app. Thus, it downloads the files required.
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 ...
The compression is actually performed by your carrier. Almost all mobile network carriers compress images to reduce bandwidth use on slow mobile connections. You can avoid the compression by switching to a Wi-Fi network, or using an HTTPS connection to the website you want: since HTTPS is secured from interception, the carrier can't replace the pictures ...
I have tried to do this several times and Google does not support APKs for their emulators. I heard others worked around this by installing the Chromium APKs, but even this doesn't really work well. Your best option is to use a physical device -- this will actually free up your PC resources as well.
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