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I don't know about chrome, but UC Browser is definitely an answer for your question. You can preload the pages and then even if the data connection is off, you can read the articles (in your case). Just make sure you don't kill the app itself.
The page info was simplified as the security information was cryptic for "most users": https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=302561 A subsequent issue has been raised to reimplement more detailed connection info: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=425158 The latter issue has reportedly been started/assigned, so hopefully this ...
If you restore the setting of your default android browser then problem will solve.Actually I was also suffering from this problem. Try it and I am definitely sure ,your android web browser will not longer to show you adds whether you browse on a official websites.It works.
You need to add the entire command into the /data/local/tmp/chrome-command-line file. For example, I usually you want to skip the "first run experience", and I do: # echo "chrome --disable-fre" > /data/local/tmp/chrome-command-line You probably need # echo "chrome --sync-url whatever" > /data/local/tmp/chrome-command-line
I don't know if this will help you, but I figured I would post this in the hopes that I may be able to help someone. I came across this solution when I was looking to recover tabs that had been permanently closed after my browser crashed one day. In order to access the information you require, you need to be rooted and have a file explorer app that can ...
This is called the "Link Disambiguation Popup" and is a chrome flag on all builds EXCEPT the Android one where it is explicitly left out. Go figure. Here's the code of interest. Next on my todo list is write an Xposed module for this.
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