You can use the Remote Devices feature in the Chrome debugger to connect to Chrome on the device and access the tabs. Just expand the list of tabs visible to get the full list and then highlight & copy everything shown (including the URLs) to the clipboard:
I just managed to ...
Why is the Android stock browser still alive?
As of June 2014, 15.7% (0.8+14.9) of users still use Android 2.2 and 2.3.x (Froyo and Gingerbread), since Chrome supports only Android 4.0+, these users can't use Chrome for Android.
Also Android 4.0 (ICS), which has 12.3% of users, does not come with Chrome preinstalled.
Moreover, I think the stock browser ...
Just joined this StackExchange to show some appreciation for Jeremy's answer above, and also add the few lines of JS I used to export the tabs list (since copying with the cursor isn't ideal!)
As Jeremy said, select Remote devices under More tools on Chrome devtools ⋮ icon (top right of the panel):
set up USB debugging on your phone (under Settings⇒...
The Chrome page in the app store says this about the new permissions:
This version requests two new permissions, Camera and Modify Audio Settings, to support WebRTC, an experimental feature under development.
WebRTC itself is designed to expose your camera and mic to the browser, so that web-apps can implement video-conferencing and other multimedia ...
I have had this happen multiple times on multiple Android devices. Solved every time by putting the device in Photo transfer (PTP) mode.
ADB will not work for me when my device is in MTP or any other mode.
I don't think so.
The system DNS resolver in Apple's platforms has in-built support for mDNS, so that pretty much any app eventually winds up using the core getaddrinfo function and supporting mDNS in URLs and hostnames and whatnot.
On Android and other platforms, even if there is a Multicast DNS daemon running and libraries available for using it, "...
I came across this question while looking for a way to do this as well, and it appears that Chrome for Android does not currently have this option.
The following proved useful to me as a workaround:
Open Chrome on your desktop (logged into the same account as on your
In a new window, either hit (Ctrl + H) or go to 'Settings > History &
I havent been able to find an intuitive way to modify a desktop shortcut's URL, but I have found a workaround for the problem.
Put your phone in airplane mode and disable WiFi to turn off all internet access
Open the Chrome browser
Type in the URL you are trying to set a shortcut for
Press enter and the browser will alert you that you are currently in an ...
I came across this solution when I was looking to recover tabs that had been permanently closed after my browser crashed one day. In order to access the information you require, your device needs to be rooted so you can run a file explorer app with access to the root files installed on your device. ES File Explorer or Root Explorer are my recommendations.
In Windows, if you open Manage password in Chrome, then it asks for a master password (i.e. Windows Admin password) to view and manage your passwords. But that's not the case in Android. So for security purposes, Chrome for Android doesn't reveal the password.
From Greenbot: Saving your passwords to your device presents some obvious security
In Chrome, keep your finger pressed on the link, and you will see an option "Save Link".
Hence, the file(s) will be saved in the Downloads folder.
To access it and (perhaps) other folders in the future, I recommend downloading a File Management app.
The best ones are said to be ES File Manager and ASTRO File Manager.
While generally, ASTRO is said to be ...
It does not, and Flash is also not supported as of now. Information Week reports (and I can personally corroborate):
Web apps and extensions, including Adobe Flash Player, are not
supported in the initial release of Chrome for Android Beta.
Trying to visit the extensions Web Store page on my Xoom results in a page which simply says the following:
You can't stop websites redirecting you to other sites: that's just how the web works. What you can do is stop links to apps on Google Play opening in the Play Store app.
Android 6 (Marshmallow):
From the main device settings, go to Apps, then find Google Play Store in the list, click Open by default, then Open supported links, then Don't open in this app.
I've ended up using Tasker, it is trivial to create a task to kill a specific application (Google Chrome), than add a shortcut (widget) to that task on the screen.
Edit: I've actually created a task that not only kills Chrome, but restarts it afterwards as well, all in one click:
This is now possible in Chrome 57. Just visit DuckDuckGo, perform a search (search for anything), then visit Settings > Search engine and DuckDuckGo should be listed at the bottom of the page.
After doing the DuckDuckGo search, if you still don't find DDG on Chrome's Search Engine page, you may (as I did, using Chrome 61) have to go to DuckDuckGo.com and ...
Turns out I was doing it wrong (well at least on my my ROM).
You need to perform two double-taps.
Double tap the URL. The first tap will select all of the URL and the second will deselect it and give you the text cursor and that little text selection tab helper thing.
Double tap the URL again to bring up the menu.
Or you can just keep quickly tapping ...
Since EbookDroid is open source, I took a quick glance at the AndroidManifest.xml, the pertinent information is this part, between lines 24 and 33:
Directly on the device? I don't think so. If you have a computer running chrome, and a usb cord for your phone, then you can use Chrome's remote debugger to access a web console on your computer that can inspect pages open in chrome, and any in-app webviews that have debugging enabled.
Basically, you just enable the developer options and remote debugging on ...
This is an Easter egg coded 4 years ago
From this XDA post- you need a rooted device ( you can't access /data/data/ without root )
Download a root explorer capable app such as ES file explorer
Navigate to chromes profile directory, mine was at /data/data/com.android.chrome
Open the app_tabs folder
You should now see a single folder labeled "0"
Generally, a browser will have what's called a User Agent which will tell the web site what browser is currently accessing the site.
These user agents will generally tell the website whether they are a mobile device or not.
A website can then serve up different pages or make pop ups show up when the browser that is accessing the website identifies itself ...
As of 2019, the Android devices cannot be renamed; both from themselves and from other devices.
The name listed on "Other devices" currently depends on the operating system:
Windows, macOS, and Linux use their hostname
Android possibly uses its marketing name from Google Play's supported devices
Chrome OS use their product name (e.g. Chromebook, Chromebit)
My SAMSUNG Galaxy S4 sometimes bothers me with this annoying offline status message too.
I always fix it by trying options below:
Try to revoke the USB Debugging authorization on Developer Options menu.
Try using adb kill-server and the adb usb commands.
Try to replug your device if none of above works.
Try Restarting your device.
Turn USB Debugging OFF and ...
Click on Green Padlock symbol in navigation bar next to URL, click on Details and click on Certificate Information to view the Connection details.
(Click image to enlarge)
You can also view DigiCert SHA2 CA, High Assurance CA in the drop-down under certificate viewer.
For HTTPS websites without a Green padlock, Chrome will give an error saying ...
On Android Chrome 54, turn off autoplay of media by going to Settings - Site Settings - Media - Autoplay and Block autoplay.
This feature is disabled if you have data compression enabled in your Android Chrome browser.
The Custom Tabs help page says:
What happens if the user doesn’t have a recent version of Chrome installed?
Custom Tabs uses an ACTION_VIEW Intent with key Extras to customize the UI. This means that by default the page willopen in the system browser, or the user's default browser.
If the user has Chrome installed and it is the default browser, ...
One way to trigger the hover on links is to long-press the link, wait for the menu to appear, and the press the back button to cancel the menu. This also works in some other browsers.
Note that this doesn't work on all links. Just tried on the example you mentioned, doesn't work, probably because there's a slight delay between the onMouseOver event and ...