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Open Chrome, type: chrome://flags/#chrome-sharing-hub Set it to Disable. Restart Chrome. After restarting, you will have the normal sharing sheet. The process should be the same with Brave. Note: Google may remove the flag in future releases of the app.


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Use Firefox, no location needed, blocks that nosy one use duckduckgo search also does not track or sell, true privacy


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I figured out how to do it. Go to settings on your android phone, Then select Chrome and "Clear All Data". When you switch on Chrome again, you can find an option to select a Primary account. Then you can select the account you want.


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If you have root on the device, you should be able to access and edit your host file on-device. If you don't have root, you can still look into: configuring something at the router level, add site as a search engine (I know Vivaldi supports this), or search for browsers that support "!bangs".


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That feature seems to be unavailable for all major android browsers. You could try Opera-mini instead. Reset the console output by opening a new tab with the address debug:resetconsole Open a tab on the page on which you want to do the inspection: Run JavaScript code on the page by replacing the address in the address bar with the following address ...


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That feature seems to be unavailable for all major android browsers. You could try Opera-mini instead: Reset the console output by opening a new tab with the address debug:resetconsole Open a tab on the page on which you want to do the inspection: Run JavaScript code on the page by replacing the address in the address bar with the following address ...


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Doing some more research, I find that this is no longer enough Update: That used to be it, but with the most recent update Google broke this fix, but never fear there is a temporary solution to make it work again. Type chrome://flags/#temporary-unexpire-flags-m88 into the address bar Tap on the drop-down menu in the Tab Grid Layout entry Select "...


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For now the workaround to take screenshots in Incognito mode is the following: Navigate to chrome://flags Search for share-screenshot and mark the chrome-share-screenshot as Enabled Restart Chrome Open Incognito mode, click the share button below the address bar Select Screenshot and then Save


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Chrome for Android saves a webpage in MHTML format. It doesn't append the extension in the filename though, hence, the problem in opening it in Chrome on PC. Opening such a file in Chrome on PC without correct extension makes Chrome load the content of the webpage in plain text instead. Appending .mhtml or .mht as extension to the filename and then opening ...


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