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By default, many apps open links inside the app using an in-app browser. On Android, this is a version of Chrome, called Chrome Custom Tabs, optimised for in-app use (1).

When in-app browsing is disabled, clicking a link results in the default browser app opening and rendering the webpage.

To disable in-app browsing on the Facebook app, users can go to Setting > Media to find a checkbox related to this behaviour (2).

How can in-app browsing be disabled in the Facebook Lite app? This light version does not seem to include the same checkbox as the regular Facebook app.

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I have a solution for disabling Facebook Lite's in-app browser. What you need is a rooted smartphone and Lucky Patcher and that's it.

  1. Open Lucky Patcher.
  2. Click/tap Facebook Lite.
  3. Click/tap "Menu of patches".
  4. Select "Change the app's components".
  5. Select "Disable components (pm disable method)".
  6. Scroll down and disable
    • com.facebook.lite.inappbrowser.common.BrowserLiteProxyActivty
    • com.facebook.browser.lite.BrowserLiteInMainProcessactivity
  7. Click apply then close.
  8. Launch Facebook Lite and open any link and see magic.
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The new update (Version 200.0.0.8.117) now open links directly opened in the browser instead of in-app.

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