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Old August 14th, 2012, 10:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I can find no option in Chrome for Android to set a homepage. The only help Google gives is for the desktop version. I would really like to open Chrome on my N7 and have it go automatically to my homepage of choice. Anyone have a solution?

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This was discussed a while back and not sure if there was a solution. One work around is to put the link on your desktop. It'll launch both Chrome and that particular site.
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This is not possible "yet" in chrome but as dreadnatty08 suggested you can add a bookmark to your device homescreen:
Using the stock browser (probably the same in Chrome to):
* open your bookmarks by clicking the icon that looks like a pile of books (?!)
* click the icon with a star
* click and hold the bookmark you want to copy to your homescreen until a menu appears
* click add shortcut to home
* Example with wikipedia:


Anyways, I suggest you use Dolphin Browser which is really something, it has many options and is far more performant that Chromium - which is the fastest on desktops: Dolphin Browser is
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