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  1. Jeff123

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    I just bought the Galaxy S7 Edge today, through Verizon.

    Google Chrome is my favorite browser, but I don't like how there's a bookmark folder titled, Samsung Mobile, that you cannot delete. I posted this form thread for help on deleting that folder, but I got it. I went into the settings and pressed the following: Applications, Application Manager, More, Show System Settings. After that, I scrolled down to where it said: com.android.providers.partnerbookmarks and I disabled that. That removed the stupid bookmark folder.


    However, I have one other issue that I need to fix. I don't like how I get the warning messages for having the media volume level set too high when using a headphones or bluetooth. I have the bluetooth media volume turned up to the max when I'm in my car, because I then adjust the volume with the stereo deck. The volume warning message is really annoying and so I'd like to turn that off permanently.
     

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    1. Launch your Google Chrome web browser.
    2. Tap the icon in the upper right corner, and select Bookmarks.
    3. Tap and hold the bookmark you want to delete, until a menu pops up, then select Delete bookmark.

    keep your mobile in vidrate mode or set media volume in medium.
     
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    Wow, your response doesn't help at all.

    First, I edited my original post well before you responded, and I stated the solution. It was a lot more complicated than simply pressing on that folder to delete it, I could not delete it that way.

    With the second question, I want to disable that annoying audio warning. Your pathetic "answer" doesn't help at all.
     
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    Well that's the usual way of deleting bookmarks. There's no need to be rude to someone who is trying to help. No one here is paid to look into other people's problems and answer them. Your post had a fair chance on going totally unanswered.

    With regard to the audio warning, I don't think you can remove that without root (which AFAIK voids your warranty).
     

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