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You could try installing an APK manually. Go to Settings → Security and enable installation of apps from unknown sources. Visit APKMirror and click the blue download button. Once the download finishes, click the notification and install the app. If that doesn't work, you could try the above process again with Facebook Lite, although it looks ...
The Facebook app on Android now supports deeplinking. So your http:// and https:// should work. Within the Facebook app as well as from other apps.
Only those contacts will sync with Gmail that are fed or created as Google accounts. Some phones do not give this choice while the contact is being created and so, it is just a phone contact. To sync these contacts with Gmail, you have to edit such contacts. Use the following steps: Go to contacts. Click edit contact. On top of the contact above the name ...
In the dex provided by Facebook app -> folder is com.facebook.katana/app_secondary_program_dex we find a lot of references to the “StrictMode”. User Andrew T. mentioned: "This mean that the developer might forget to deactivate the StrictMode checking before the app is published", but this assumption is wrong. Programmers are not some kind of people who ...
I would assume Hacker's Keyboard is capable of sending shift-enters.
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.
Try Contacts Dialer. That is the only dialer app that I found that offered Facebook support, seems reliable, and offers a ton of extra features and settings (that you'll actually use). I just started using it myself and it looks promising. The user interface is fantastic and very user friendly. I also just noticed that it does allow you to choose which ...
This is trivial. You have to uninstall followed by the fresh installation of the Facebook app. You can Clear Data before uninstalling it but that's not necessary always. I have set up another Gmail account for playstore and downloaded it through there. Still no change. Google Account doesn't controls how an app manages its data/settings, or for that ...
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 ...
[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 ...
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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