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Old November 9th, 2012, 11:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Bookmarks and 4.0.4

My wife has a tablet. It uses 4.0.4...When one opens the google search engine, one can easily find a searched for site. The problem, when one bookmarks the page/site being read, it says 'bookmarked' BUT, there is not any sign on any screen we can find that lets one called up saved bookmarks...

The machine is searching using Firefox for android...

So, where is the bookmarked list hiding? How does one get a tool bar that actually appears...

Is there such a thing as a 'how to' book for 4.0.4? The greatest advantage to android operating systems is the frequency of updates and improvements. The greatest fault is the complete lack of instructions on how to use the changed programs?????

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Location of bookmarks depends on browser being used. In Firefox for Android, to locate bookmarks, press the number on the upper right corner near the menu button (three dots arranged vertically), then press the + button that appears. It then shows you page with three tabs: top sites, bookmarks and history.

I would suggest to just dump Firefox and use Chrome on your tablet. Its easier. The moment you open Chrome, there will be three tabs at the bottom for most visited, bookmarks and other devices bookmarks. Much easier than having to navigate into the app like Firefox does.
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