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please try clearing you profile, local state, and flags? Android Settings > Apps > All Apps > Chrome > Clear app data @This way worked for me@


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It sounds like your customer care centre is telling you a story to get you off the phone. Some mobile phone providers have been caught out in the past passing your phone number in the HTTP request headers when you use their 3G connection from the phone. As you say, it's a huge security problem if they do that, and there's not a lot you can do about it ...


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So after looking a lot and not getting any solution, I decided to flash my firmware. Reinstalled the stock factory OS from scratch and now it's good as new and the problems mentioned above are solved. The following is for Moto G(3rd Gen). Here's a simple tutorial an how to do this by lost101 of XDA: ...


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It is very much possible that support for API level 15 or below has been dropped for all the current Chrome builds of version 47.0.2526.83 or perhaps it has been so for the last few versions as well. I updated my Chrome app in Jelly Bean 4.2.1 and I can see that the minimum API level it requires is 16 and is targeted at 23. Android versions corresponding to ...


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If you already have WhatsApp or similar an app with group chat feature, you can do the following hack Make a group, call it "test". Add any one contact to this group. Once the group is created, remove this contact from group. Now only you remain in this group. Rename the group as "self notes" and drop yourself any thing you want, text link, images etc. ...



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