I can't type numbers or symbols on the keyboard while using chrome. I like Chrome but it takes 50 MBs of memory and I like using the defalt browser.
Sorry my spelling.
I also use chrome and completely agree with apgrenus. It is a memory and battery hog! however i learned a trick..even tho its annoying if you hold down the fn key as you press the numbers and symbols. it works for me. I tried opera mini. and also tinkered with dolphin and firefox. I always come back to chrome because it does run so smoothly. It easily handles multiple tabs open..and very quick loading when im in a bad signal spot. I will look into dolphin beta as suggested above
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Originally Posted by K Rize
But chrome doesn't support flash player. I think dolphin browser/ beta is king at the moment for the Rize
This is what I use, because of flash player support, and cache to SD. I tried the beta version, but that was too bloated and slow for me. The regular one has just been updated. I also use Opera Mini, particularly when I'm surfing on 3G.
I used Chrome for a few days after activating my Rise, but I actually found it to be much slower than Dolphin beta! I really wanted to like it, but it's too big IMO to be a functional browser. Not to mention, it lacks plugin support.
Last edited by daffyducknj; January 17th, 2013 at 10:05 AM.
Reason: added info.
anybody try this in the address bar
i changed some settings under key
and noticed a great diff. in speed
u can also find browser history, and other settings & functions
i can't wait to see the next official update features
Last edited by K Rize; February 3rd, 2013 at 12:03 AM.
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I replaced my stock browser with Chrome, as I use it on my a500 and all my computers too! I use it mostly to keep my history and bookmarks synced across 5 devices easily... That being said, it can be laggy. Thanks on the tip on holding down shift/fn in Chrome.
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