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The Custom Tabs help page says: What happens if the user doesn’t have a recent version of Chrome installed? Custom Tabs uses an ACTION_VIEW Intent with key Extras to customize the UI. This means that by default the page willopen in the system browser, or the user's default browser. If the user has Chrome installed and it is the default browser, ...


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This website is responsible for the browser redirection (http://www.onclickads.net/) You need to block it in order to stop the malware that redirects your browser I blocked it in my home router and since then when i am on that wifi, i get no redirections


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Facebook started forcing this change a couple of months ago. There's nothing anyone can do about it. I find it rather annoying myself which is why I switched to a Facebook wrapper app like Swipe It has a workaround for this behavior. I suggest you do the same.


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You can override the console.log function to save the contents of the console to a local variable. Then output the contents in a div at the bottom of the page. Alternatively, you could use a bookmarklet to toggle a div that shows the contents.


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It seems that starting with the April release of chrome for android, only sites using https can request location information. https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2016/04/geolocation-on-secure-contexts-only?hl=en


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With the latest Google Translate update, you can Enable Tap to Translate feature in Google Translate Settings. In chrome, long press the text you want to translate and choose copy. A google translate icon will appear in the window and you just tap it to see the translation. In this way, you no need to switch between two apps :)


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You've (accidentally) enabled Accessibility Tab Switcher. From AndroidPolice, Chrome Beta for Android has an experimental "Accessibility Tab Switcher" flag that'll allow you to switch tabs in a compact, pleasing interface, also enabling you to bring back closed tabs with a handy "undo" button. You can find the setting on ...


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Try clearing defaults for BOTH of these apps. This should be in Settings > Apps > Chrome/Google Drive.


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You could try killing Chrome and then clearing cache in the settings app.


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Just in case no better answer is given, I found a workaround by mere chance. Another program (Play Store) decided to open some web-page. Since Chrome was a default browser, it launched Chrome with a new tab. This means that the last opened tab (which was my problematic one) was not made active and hence Chrome hasn't tried to display it. I was then able to ...


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Try going into settings -> Application Manager -> Chrome -> Force Stop -> Clear data (Warning this will clear your saved passwords so take a note of them!) -> Clear cache. I hope this works for you it did for me. If this doesn't work try installing another browser such as firefox.


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You have to have it set to false because any infinite loop in javascript will crash the browser. The reason it is not crashing on the desktop is probably because it ingroring the function. Sorry if my understadning is wrong im not too good at javascript.



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