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Desktop method You can get those back by typing the following in the address bar chrome://bookmarks There you'll see folders on left side. One of its option will be Mobile Bookmarks. Click it to get back what you've lost. Alternatively, you can do as directed here: Chrome History Here's you'll see all the history of your chrome browser whether it is ...


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Note: You would need root access to run any command mentioned below for Android 4.2.1. Contrary to traditional desktop OS, apps in Android are called upon using their component, an Activity. While developers can call the activities using the programming, the end-users are left with command-line to do the calling. Android has an Activity Manager am to ...


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I can see how you have problems if your device only has 2Gb of storage. The size of the apps are determined by two factors: app size and data/cache size. The app size is the size of the app code and its data. How much space this takes up is determined by the developer. Data is the actual app data and cache consists of temporary files that can be deleted ...


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You cannot do anything about those two monsters using so much data – they're known for that. But still, there's something to work around that, enabling you to "update" without losing your data: Backup for safety (data only) adb backup -noapk -f Skype.ab com.raider.skype adb backup -noapk -f Chrome.ab com.android.chrome Remove the apps, but keep their ...


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Try this way. Go to the photo > Click "View Full size" > Then click and hold on the photo, where you'll get an pop-up asking to Save image,Open in new tab...etc


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In Windows if you open Manage password in chrome then it asks for a master password(i.e. Windows Admin password) to view and manange your passwords. But thats not the case in Android. So for security purposes Chrome for Android doesn't reveal the password. From Greenbot: Saving your passwords to your device presents some obvious security issues. ...


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If the problem is only with embedded videos, just click on the link to the actual video on Youtube. Or try long pressing on it to get the link to the video URL.


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From what I have seen, Firefox, Dolphin and UC Browser allows switching the tabs without reloading/re-rendering them. Whereas Chrome and Opera seem to reload them after 3 or 4 active tabs. I think it has something to do with caching in RAM memory vs Disk memory, I could be wrong.


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Try to bookmark the page, it really helps if you're browsing a site that you spend a lot. It will save you a lot of time. I hope this helps.


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Oh it happens a lot of time, and is not somthing you should be worried about. Chrome displays those pages based on the amount of activity you do on that page (as far as I understand it). So just keep using it until it reappears. Also bookmark it. It will help too. And one more thing, less active pages are pushed downwards, replaced by more active once. ...


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Yes, some web pages do not let you zoom in. However, this can be overridden in Chrome. Go to Settings -> Accessibility and tick mark Force enable zoom. This overrides a web page's request to prevent zooming in. So then you can zoom into pages without trouble. Hope this helps.


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In Opera Mobile and Opera Mini brower open any page and press the + sign at the top left corner of the address bar and select Save for offlineoption and it will display Page Saved toast message notification. To open the saved page go to the Speed dial page and select the Saved pages speed dial icon to open the list of saved pages.


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Verdana is a proprietary font. Although Microsoft once released it as a part of Core fonts for the Web, they didn't allow to repackage it with other products, and then shut the whole project down. Android has its own Roboto font.


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My solution that may help was to install am app called Windows Manipulator on my android phone then set the DPI significantly lower. This gives me enough screen real estate (albeit with significantly smaller font). This seems to keep Chrome from zooming on focus as often. I also switched to Flashfox Pro browser which does not zoom on focus frequently. ...



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