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 ...
As of chrome v39, this still can't easily be done; however, you can hack it. From the XDA post SomeNickName referenced:
Install a Terminal emulator or use adb shell if you're familiar with it.
Change the "last_known_google_url" and "last_prompted_google_url" settings support having a search&q=added to the end. For example, duckduckgo would work with, ...
There don't seem to be any widgets that let you monitor twitter for certain keywords, but here's a workaround that might do the trick.
Try an application like Meta widget. It can turn any webpage to a widget.
Not every developer creates and puts a premium version of an app separately into a market. A developer can have a single app but have mechanism to make the user unlock certain parts of the app by paying for it. This is called in-app billing.
Google in the document In-app Billing noted:
In-app Billing is a Google Play service that lets you sell digital ...
Actually what you see is "Downloads History", not "Downloads Directory".
So the item will remains even though the actual file has been moved/deleted.
Same concept like web browser downloads history, the history item will not remove even though the actual file has been deleted in file explorer. For example, Firefox Downloads history, you need to explicitly ...
after lots of research... I have come to realize that you should remove the stock browser completely in order to restore Google search app as the default...
removing the browser requires a computer and an app called "Xiaomi ADB/Fastboot Tools by Saki_EU" that can be found here:
You can use free and open source AM Pre-release app. You can search for any installed app by its name and package name. You can sort apps by label, package name, user apps, system apps, disabled, last update, etc. At first run the app would ask you to setup adb or grant root access. Simply deny it or skip the step. It is optional.
Alternatively, you can ...
It is not the same. for countries. Google search is not the same for you and a friend or your neighbor.
Google keeps data for every person that uses that services and determines what he might like or might not like. At a country level based on all the search that you made and the citizens it decides what you or another citizen might like. Basically it is ...
I think it depends on the PDF, if it is searchable or not, for ezPDF does have a search function that highlight the searched text, as you can see in the image below:
Screenshot (click image for larger variant)
And there are many other applications that can highlight a searched text in PDF, like Adobe Reader, MoonReader+, Quickoffice, etc.
After an Update of K-9 Mail I tried again to find it and succeeded (don't know whether this worked in a version prior to the new one).
This is how you search in K-9 Mail inside a message: In the respective message
select any text;
in the upcoming menu (copy, past, select all), select the document with a magnifying glass on it;
now the text you selected is ...
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.
With newer versions, you need to open the search engine first, do a search, then Chrome will add it on its list.
If you then go to Settings -> Search engine, the search engine you visited will be listed in the Recently visited section.
Note: I've tested this solution on CM12.
Three answers saying the same thing but are rather extreme in their approach. I want to remove one query out of dozens I made. Why should I remove everything just to remove one? Not fair!
First things first:
In Android, it's possible to search for a specific setting by clicking the magnifying glass in the top ...
Clearing the Settings App data will not reset any of your settings to their original state, but should clear the search history.
In the settings, navigate to your apps and find Settings and tap on Clear Data. The app should close and when opened back up, the search history should be cleared.
UPDATE: According to a comment below, the OpenMic+ app has been taken down by the author.
According to Google Help Forums, this feature seems not to have been implemented yet:
At this moment, changing the hotword is not an available feature.
However, we appreciate your feedback, and your feature request has
Fortunately there is a ...
LINE for Android provides in-line sticker suggestion when directly typing on the chat input text field.
To enable/disable this feature:
Go to Settings (the cog-wheel icon on the top-right, this can be accessed on 'Friends' page or 'More' page)
Under "Shops", tap Stickers
Under "Sticker settings", toggle Display suggestions
When it is enabled, type a ...
This is a longstanding problem with no solution in sight. Some Reddit users argue that if you click on the sidebar instead of arrows on the top, you get the same no-smooth-scroll functionality. I tested this and this is true. But this becomes next to useless when the searched term occurs often and between very few lines, as tapping onto them ...
The same thing happened to me and here's what worked:
Go to Application Manager and keep rolling right until you get to the "Turned Off" header. My Google Search was there. I simply had to turn it back on and then it appeared back in the widget options and I was able to pick it up from there and move it to the home screen.
The Google Search app is able to search the applications on your phone. On 4.1+ this can be done through a Google Now search. On many devices, this is accessible by swiping upwards from the home button in the navigation bar.
When you search for the app on your phone, you can use the bar along the bottom to scroll to "Phone" to search your phone rather than ...
Since the anwer seems to be: "no there isn't", my workaround was to use an RSS-reader widget, and the following RSS URL: search.twitter.com/search.rss?q=keyword.
I think its strange I have to go through such hoops, since Twitter provides a HTML-widget for exactly this purpose. I was expecting at least one Android app to mimic this functionality.
You can still disable the search engines if you have root access to your device. Specifically, you need to pull and modify the file search.json. On my device, I have:
adb pull /data/data/org.mozilla.firefox/files/mozilla/rbn69ru0.default/search.json
Now, by default, this file doesn't format everything nicely, so you can use something like
Although you can't remove search engines from Firefox for Android any more (which I think is the wrong decision for them to have made, personally), you can at least reorder the list, which almost makes up for not being able to remove search engines (I really don't want to ever use Bing, thanks Firefox).
To reorder the list, go into Settings > Customise > ...