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I use Chrome for Android.

When I type for example http://192.168.1.1:8000/ in the address bar, it opens Google with that address as a search query. I need to open the page and am unable to do so.

I tried different variations with and without manually typing http:// at the beginning and / at the end.

I sent a bug report, but since the fix is probably not coming very soon, I need a workaround. Is there any?

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The workaround is to create a bookmark with the needed URL. Selecting the bookmark will cause Chrome to properly open the page.

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