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Qustodio provides a way to disable to block Incognito browsing. You need: Qustodio Account Qustodio App for Android Open App > Configure this Device > Device Settings > Block Incognito Browsing Patience, wait for some time for it to work and block incognito mode. Source: How do I block Incognito mode browsing on Android with Qustodio?
My wife ran into this issue and our fix (thanks to a Google Chrome message) was to set the time and date to automatically set. It needs this to verify certificates. That being said, both of us (using Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5 with Verizon) have been having a myriad of troubles since the latest Lollipop update... Good luck!
On Android 4.4, you can access the download history in the App titled “My files.”
It perhaps wasn't possible in earlier release of Chrome for Android since Chrome 45.0.x can easily open the HTML files from a hidden folder.
I couldn't test this approach because my Chrome for Android didn't sync with Chromium on PC. However, the approach theoretically should work. Make sure Chrome browser both on Android and on PC is synced to same same account. See Why sign in to Chrome. When the bookmarks get synced, launch Chrome on PC and type chrome://bookmarks in the URL bar. It will ...
Like other Android apps, Chrome for Android stores the cache under its data directory which is /data/data/com.android.chrome/cache. Cache and Media Cache goes there. GPUCache is located under /data/data/com.android.chrome/app_chrome/Default/. Related reading on Forensic Wiki.
Chrome doesn't allow backup using ADB and there are no extensions available for mobile version so you should have root access before you proceed further. Grab the History file from the location /data/data/com.android.chrome/app_chrome/Default/ into PC. A Root Explorer may help. Install an SQLite manager such as SQLiteman or DB Browser for SQLite in PC. ...
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