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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by zsir, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. zsir

    zsir Newbie
    Thread Starter

    can't figure out how to get the browser adress bar to display. what is the easiest way to do this or type in a web adress manually? also can the whole web adress be deleted at once or do i have to backspace each letter individually ? :thinking:

  2. stinky

    stinky Android Enthusiast

    The easiest way I found is to tap the menu key.

    You can delete all the text by holding your finger on the text for a second or two until a menu pops up, from there you can Select All then delete it, or just hit Cut.

    Hope that helps.

    Edit: Welcome to the Forums.
  3. DanDroid

    DanDroid Well-Known Member

    Download Steel from the market. Best browser for android IMO..
  4. sr1982

    sr1982 Well-Known Member

    does it support multitouch yet?
  5. cc82

    cc82 Newbie

    Also, I think that when you click text in the address bar (after pressing Menu to bring it up), the current address is selected by default, so you just need to start typing the new address.
  6. DanDroid

    DanDroid Well-Known Member


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