FroYo niggles


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  1. Phileas

    Phileas Member This Topic's Starter

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    I loaded the DeFrost 1.8 FroYo rom yesterday. I have one or two issues with the web browser.

    Firstly there seems to be no way of automatically loading full web pages when a mobile version is available. Edit: I see I can do this by setting the UAString to desktop.

    Secondly, web page text doesn't seem to re-flow (is this the correct term?) very efficiently.

    Comments anyone?
     

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  2. adrayton

    adrayton Well-Known Member

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    I'm having the same issues on the 2.0 version.

    Multi-touch doesn't seem as responsive either.

    Is there a way to get the browser that comes with sense back on?
     
  3. lekky

    lekky Lover VIP Member

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    to reflow text pinch zoom then double tap on the text, it will then reflow.

    or try dolphin browser instead (includes a user agent option)
     
  4. Phileas

    Phileas Member This Topic's Starter

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    Just to add another couple of niggles.

    There seems to be no 'home' option on the browser. In the Sense browser, it was Menu=>More=>Home.

    Also, if I click on a download link (e.g. a PDF), I'm not asked if I want to download the file, I just get redirected to a blank page with "Loading..." in the address bar but nothing seems to happen.
     
  5. weirdNumber

    weirdNumber Well-Known Member

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    Getting a user agent option is just a case of typing about:debug in the url bar and then going into settings.

    I have problems downloading files, it was a minor niggle but its starting to be a real annoyance now. More often than not the download starts and then fails, I am kindly told that my phone doesn't support this type of file - mp3, pdf, zip, whatever, its all the same.

    Using Dolphin seems to fix most of the download problems, but I don't really like Dolphin Browser.

    ho hum :|
     

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