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Google Search uses Chrome Custom Tabs since April 27, 2016. From 9to5Google, After its most recent update, the Google app now opens search results as Chrome Custom Tabs. [...] [...]. By default, links from search results now open as a Custom Tab that features a blue action bar with options to Share, Copy link, Find in page, and Open in Chrome. To ...


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This is the setting of Firefox on Android and not android itself Follow these steps: Open Firefox and in address bar type "about:config" Search For "browser.download.preferred.audio/mpeg" (just "mpeg" does the same) Press on the reset button From now on, if you download any mp3 file in Firefox, it asks for available apps capable of playing the file. You ...


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This may be a solution. You can make the video open in the YouTube app when you press the little Android icon in the right corner of the address bar while you're on the site!


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Apps on Android store their data in /data/data/[package_name], so Firefox should be keeping its data in /data/data/org.mozilla.firefox. NOTE: To access this directory you need root access. Use file:///data/data/org.mozilla.firefox/ from inside Firefox to access the folder (without root). This work because Firefox owns the folder (see the comments)


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In the Firefox address bar, enter about:config. Search for media.play-stand-alone. You can see true below the item's name. Tap the item's name (not on the search bar). A Toggle option has appeared at the bottom right. Tap it once. Notice the true has changed to false Now, when you'll tap on a .mp3 link, Firefox will prompt you with a Complete action using ...


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The Sleipnir browser for Android has an option for making all tabs remain loaded even when the phone is offline. No need to specifically save a tab or do anything special to make your tabs available when you're offline. I'm not sure about the details, but it seems to fit your needs. The Mac/Windows versions of Sleipnir has much cooler features than the ...


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As confirmed by OP this app resolved the problem App Picker Classic. From app description If you have app choices that are currently hidden - maybe you chose "Always" by accident once, but you'd like to be able to reinstate the app and choose each time - then reset these by clearing the defaults in the application manager of your phone/tablet. In ...


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1) Type about:config in the address bar and press enter 2) Find the browser.snippets.enabled setting and tap to switch the value from true to false.


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Note: this solution requires a rooted Android. In a terminal emulator app, execute: (Requires Busybox if running Android 5.1.1 or below. For Marshmallow, remove the term busybox from the following command.) su content query --uri content://org.mozilla.firefox.db.tabs/tabs/ --projection url | busybox cut -d '=' f 2 > /sdcard/firefox_tabs.txt where, ...


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Try typing about:config in the address bar. After you open it, search for the browser.snippets.enabled parameter, tap on it, then tap on the Toggle button. This disables the banners from appearing in the bottom. Source: Annoying Firefox for Android Banners - SOLVED.


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Apparently there is an Android specific Firefox browser plug-in called Tabs Backup. This seem to work like charm! It places a text file in /storage/emulated/0/Android/tabs_backup/ (Aka. /sdcard/Android/tabs_backup/) called backup_DDMMYYY_hhmmss.txt. However, it would still be interesting to know how to do this from command line.


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I had to google a lot before finding this solution. In firefox everything can be configured to the finest details using the about:config link. Just type in about:config in the address bar. The resulting page will have a search bar on top. Search for browser.download and you'll see a lot of browser downloading window configurations. The specific ...


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Well I have another answer. There's an extension on Firefox called Open Native App, which as the name suggests, opens things in their native apps. From its "About this add-on" A simple extension I created after getting frustrated with my device opening native links in Firefox rather than it's native app. Creates a menu option in your Firefox menu called ...


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The solution is to set media.gmp-manager.url to empty. Setting media.gmp-gmpopenh264.autoupdate doesn't seem to work (appears at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/OpenH264).


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I don't stream videos using mobile browsers but I guess MP4 and WEBM are still the most common formats used by websites. At least for these two extensions Firefox would play the file in its default player rather than giving you the option to choose an external app to play that file. Thankfully, Firefox didn't choose to hard-code this behavior in its code ...


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This is not possible. You can, however, run your own DNS server on a local network, that could emulate this behaviour on all appliances that are connected via it.


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Firefox for Android stores Cookies in /data/data/org.mozilla.firefox/files/mozilla/{YOUR_PROFILE}/cookies.sqlite. You can't peek into Firefox's data directory without having elevated privileges than what is granted to a normal user, call it superuser access. If you have root access then simply pull that file into PC and open it in an SQLite viewer. Search ...


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Whatsapp is the last app you used to share a link. To change it to something else, you need to share a link with another app, or if you want to remove any app icon from the menu, just uninstall and install the app again.


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In the Firefox address bar, enter about:config. search for download.preferred. After the search had filtered some items, You will see a preference named browser.download.preferred.audio/mpeg whose value is probably com.google.android.music. Tap the Reset button at the lower right corner of this preference. Future tip: To see preferences you modified ...



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