I have a lot of saved web pages that I want to view whenever I want without the page connecting to the web site (I can do this on WM). How do I do this on Android? Every time I click on the HTML file it says "no connection".
You can use OffLine Browser by Nikodroid. It can save web pages (and related links) and then allows you to read them when you are offline.
You could also generate PDF files using the share feature of the Android system. I am currently researching the best way. For now I am using Web2PDF with Chrome on my Nexus 10. Does not work perfectly with all sites though. For those that do no work yet I am using the website PDFmyURL.com.
Today I noticed hat Firefox can save PDF of whole pages by default. It is hidden in Extras...
You can open MHTML files with MHT & MHTML Viewer, Reader app.
I am using my file explorer to open the MHTML files using this app. Sometimes I need to use the option "Open as" to see this app as an option. Another way to open MHTML files is to browse your files using this app.
I am not affiliated to the app in any way though. Opera is also an excellent app to save (and view) MHTML files.