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No there is no way you can view your own password, once the password is entered correctly you get a session with Facebook. Your phones uses this to authenticate with Facebook. In other words, the password is no longer in the device its memory. You can however reset it here. For this you need to have registered a phone number or email.


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The following answer is supplemental. I recommend using the phone settings menu to disable SNS. If it is already running the phone will handle that automatically by force-closing it. Go to Settings > More > Application manager > All. If you ever want to enable SNS again, you can do so by going to Settings > More > Application manager > ...


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Those are the correct instructions. However, Nearby Friends was launched last April as a gradual roll-out. As far as I can tell, it's still not generally available to everyone. I do not have the option myself.


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Yes you will have giving consent to post "things" to Facebook without seeing or approving them. I suggest getting a 3rd party app to help. SystemPanel App, a full feature task manager, or App Detective, find every detail about an app. The first is a paid app, but there is a free version available. Between these 2 apps you will be able find the culprit, ...


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I am sure if you have tried heading over to the Facebook app over the Google PlayStore and have read their description over their you would have got your answer anyway,you can report to the bugs over the Facebook Help Centre. Note: You need to log yourself over the Facebook account in order to do so.


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Go to the login page, tap on "Problems in signing". Enter your primary Facebook email, Skype will send a code to your email. Copy it, go back to the Skype app. Tap on enter the key, paste the key in it. There's your Skype account named facebook:your.name. Tap on your Facebook profile, tap sign in with Facebook Then Facebook login page will appear and enter ...


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Try going to Settings > Apps > All > Chrome > Clear Data. Or try Firefox if it works, or try installing the Facebook app. Or uninstalling Chrome and test the factory version if it works, or updating it to the latest stable version. Oh! I see.. You are using Cyanogen? Try using other browsers, including Opera Mobile, Mozilla Firefox, and Dolphin Browser.


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Which Chrome browser version you're using exactly? So I just went around reading about the issue (of which I also experienced too), and realized it appears to be fixed already, at least for me. To confirm again, I also quickly pulled my phone and tried viewing images on Facebook via Chrome, and they appeared nicely, not in small size. Assuming the issue ...


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[Can I] save my Facebook password? If you're using a browser on your Android OS, preferably popular ones like Firefox, Chrome, Opera etc. then you can enable Save Password functionality for websites. Mostly, it is enabled as default setting. On the other hand, if you're using an app like Facebook to log-in into your account, then it is not possible to ...


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As I've read, this is because of new FB restrictions (which are changed quite frequently), which don't allow SyncMe (or any other app) to use the FB friends list. What you can do is to try to perform more operations on FB with this contact, so that other ways that the apps (like SyncMe) use to get the friends list will succeed. Maybe tagging in photos is ...


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Facebook does indeed update pretty often with random bug fixes as well as security, performance and stability updates. Often this depends on the company as well as the urgency of the update. Security updates tend to be urgent and are often shipped as quickly as the exploits are patched whilst minor bug fixes might be accumulated first and shipped as a larger ...


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For Dropbox, see How do I configure Dropbox in my Galaxy S III so that it does NOT automatically upload every photo/video I take? For Facebook, see How can I disable automatic Facebook photo sync? Of course, you can also just uninstall (or disable) either app to stop it uploading pictures.


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Is it normal behavior? Facebook app only handles specialized URL scheme fb:// and nothing more, so any standard HTTP/S Facebook links (http:// or https://) will be ignored by the app. So, yes, unfortunately this is normal. Is there a way to force it? As of current writing, until their developers implement a filter to handle HTTP protocol, there is ...


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I wrote a TamperMonkey / GreaseMonkey script to accomplish this, which works by encoding the contact details on a friend's "about" page into a google-goggles-scannable QR code. It's not as convenient as the (missing) ability to do a bulk export/import or sync, but seems to be the best option under the circumstances. The TamperMonkey script is here on ...



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