Google Search uses Chrome Custom Tabs since April 27, 2016. From 9to5Google,
After its most recent update, the Google app now opens search results as Chrome Custom Tabs. [...]
[...]. By default, links from search results now open as a Custom Tab that features a blue action bar with options to Share, Copy link, Find in page, and Open in Chrome.
To change ...
This Google Voice Search pop up appears to be a bug in the Huawei Ascend Y300 model. From This thread on Android Forums that you are not alone with the issue but there is no resolution in the thread.
Further reading in This modaco thread that it might be related to the headphones causing something in the device to trigger Voice Search rather than the ...
Best option is to request the desktop website on your Google Chrome browser.
Tap the menu button of your browser.
Tick the check box next to Desktop Site.
Now go to the Google Images website (google.com/imghp).
And you have the look and feel of the website like you'd expect it on your computer.
Your issue is not related to Firefox but to your internet provider (Time Warner Cable). According to this site, it "hijacks" your browser's default DNS resolution failure behavior (also known as "404 page"), redirecting you to Road Runner.
Following this site instructions, you just have to go to Road Runner's preference page and disable the Web Address ...
Have you tried using Google Goggles instead? This is Google's app for doing a reverse image search using a camera. Make sure to enable Search from Camera.
You can also use an existing picture in your gallery. Open settings (circle button at lower right), then click the icon that looks like a mountain with an arrow (2nd button from left).
I don't think it's possible to add a shortcut to the "add reminder" card at the moment. I've had a look through the Activities as well and none of them appear to do what you want.
There is a "Set reminder" option in the menu within Google Now which may help? Click the three dots at the bottom right (you might need to scroll down) and you should see the "Set ...
This is in part because the Wikipedia app is set as the default app for Wikipedia links, and in part because Chrome is not up to date.
Go to Settings menu.
Tap "Application manager".
If the Wikipedia app is installed, go to step 4. Else, go to step 7.
Locate "Wikipedia" and tap on it.
Under "Launch by default", tap the "Clear defaults" button.
Instructions performed on Firefox for Android on stock Android 6.0.1.
Switch to Desktop mode in your preferred browser (it changes the user-agent).
Open https://images.google.com and tap the camera icon next to the search bar on the page.
Tap Upload an image
From the bottom sheet pick Documents. (This option might not be available in some Android versions.)...
After a recent update of the Google Search app (version 3.5 and above), it became possible to enable "Ok Google" from any screen on Android 4.3 and above. Follow these steps:
Open Google Search on your phone
Go to Settings by either pressing the hardware Menu button if your device has it, or scrolling to the bottom of all cards and tapping three dots, and ...
Keep clicking on the Next button as if you are agreeing. Then you can choose 'No, Maybe Later` to opt out of google-now. When you perform a normal search under your previous searches/ suggested searches there is a link to "Get Google Now" again! You can click the big X beside it and it will not come back. However, some updates and reinstalling the ...
Don't know if you found an answer or not but here is what I did. It requires Desktop VisualizeR.
Open Chrome on your mobile device and search for "Google Now Add Reminder". This will initiate a reminder card through through Chrome. In Chrome Menu select "Share..." Then select "DVR save to clipboard". Then create the shortcut on your home screen using the ...
The Universal Search function had to be limited on newer Android versions due to one of Apple's lawsuits. Thanks to this, the search behaviour had to be modified and can't be restored without rooting the device.
For rooted devices the situation is somewhat better since you can replace GoogleQuickSearch.apk with a modified version. You can see the steps on ...
You need to use a third-party launcher app like Nova Launcher. In Nova Launcher, you can hide the persistent search bar by navigating to : Go to Nova Settings > Desktop > Persistent Search Bar > Select "None".
But again, these solutions require you to be rooted. I don't know how
only to disable the swipe feature...
...I do!! How about creating a launcher that does nothing, but instead of the home button, use the swipe gesture? Google Now Swipe Disabler does just that! I know I'm a little late, but if you're still wondering, or if someone else comes across this ...
First, you can delete your search history:
Visit your Web History page at https://www.google.com/history or click the gear icon gear icon on the upper right corner of a search results page, and go to Web History.
Click the gear icon gear icon again on the upper corner of the Web History page, and go to Settings.
Click the delete all link.
I'm not sure why Google Now ceased to appear, but here is how to reset it:
Open Settings --> Apps.
Scroll right to All.
Open Google Search, hit Clear Data and Clear Cache.
Open Google Now again and it will walk you through the initial setup guide. My personalized card settings were retained after the clear.
Whilst it is possible for apps to make themselves available to be searched, each applications needs to be updated to implement app indexing in order for them to show up in this list.
I don't think it is possible to add additional providers without the apps themselves being updated to support this.
Okay ,so firstly I will help removing that Ok Google funcationality from the Home screen:
1.Go to Google Now > tap Settings > Voice > "Ok Google" Hotword detection > here you will see an option to disable Ok Google on Home Screen.
Now for the search bar , if you are running SlimKat , then you are probably on one of the two custom launchers pre-installed ...
Note 5 - Nova Launcher - Android v6.0.1 (and yes, i am still waiting for the update in AUSTRALIA)
find the Google Calender app on your phone (mine is in the drawer)
Press/hold the icon to launch the alt menu to add appointment or reminder
Press/Hold the reminder menu and put it on your desktop
There are 3 options which I have found.
If you use Inbox by Google it comes with an add reminder shortcut available in widgets. (This opens up in the Inbox app, and the dialog to create a reminder is not as friendly as Google Now, especially if you want to add a custom time.)
Supposedly Google Now will ask you if you would like to add a shortcut to the home ...
Added: After more searching, I found How to remove the Google Search bar from your Android homescreen indicating you have these options:
Disabling Google Now, which is not recommended on the Nexus 5 as it might soft-brick your device
Install custom launcher, which you don't really want to do
Using Xposed framework (root required), which doesn't seem to work ...
I know this is really an old thread but none of the options here worked for me. What did work is to drag the link to an input field. For example, while visiting the page if you first clear out the URL address field in the browser, then tap and hold on the desired link then drag it up to the address field and release there it will paste the PDF's address ...
Instead of using the google search bar, open chrome for google and type what you want to search for in the address field. Now when you click and hold on the link you'll get the menu that lets tou copy the link address
There is some critical error for the new android Oreo (for me is nexus 6p) which make a system crash on the desktop (google now launcher) and on settings (you can't open app list). It is can be created by any of your applications which you need to find. So only way to remove the app, in this case, it is to use a google play application or maybe some other ...