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As AlEverett has stated, there is not a setting within the app to do this. Though you could download the free app called App Lock and set a password that way on whatever apps that you'd like.
There's actually no need to "black hat" or sideload the app. If you can't find it in your Google Play search, or if clicking on "Download" from the http://facebook.com/home page lands you in the Google Play install page but it says your device isn't compatible, then don't worry, there's another way. I have a Sony Ericsson Xperia P and I googled hard for a ...
either through trianglation or through Wifi if you where connected trianglation - sends ping requests to Access Points Wifi - In window 8 it can give a location based on surrounding Wifi network althought I am not awear of android using this
Open Facebook on your browser instead of running the Facebook. App. Tap on any photo to open the context menu with download option.
You can download chat shared photos on android. I saw a quick tip Here.
Uninstall Facebook. Then go to Settings > Application Manager > All > Gallery > Clear Data.
A free app called Notification Shortcuts gives you the ability to set up a permanent notification that will open an app you specify when you select the notification. You can set up multiple shortcuts and can even set up toggles for wifi, bluetooth, etc, if you want. The downside to this is that when you receive a message, you'll have a second notification ...
From the What's New page on the Play Store for the current version of the Facebook app (v3.1, April 18, 2013): Faster photo uploads Get chat heads to keep chatting while you're using other apps if you install Facebook Messenger: http://bit.ly/fbandroidmessenger New permissions to set up Facebook Messenger and Facebook Home, which you can install ...
The Facebook Home app doesn't really do much itself. It gets all its data from the main Facebook app, so it doesn't need to access the Internet. Doing any action from the launcher uses an intent to launch the main Facebook app, so it doesn't need to (say) access your location or take photos to make posts: only the main Facebook app does. To take another ...
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