We download many UTF-8 encoded .txt files.
Later in the e.g., Northwoods, far from the Internet, we find they are unreadable.
Yes, we could simply open them in a different app, but we wish to keep using Chrome. No, the files don't contain byte order marks. Yes, there is no problem on Android 8, but things are much different on Android 13. As we observe, the
content:// URI does not pass character set information, so the browser can only assume it is latin1.
How can I view downloaded .txt files as UTF-8 in Chrome on Android 13?