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    I used to be able to delete websites I added to quick access. Since updating to marshmallow, I am no longer able to do so. Has anyone else experienced this?

    *UPDATE*
    Figured it out. Had to make quick access my homepage, then was able to delete the websites.
     

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    I wish I were on Marshmallow,patiently awaiting w/my T-Mobile version. :rolleyes:

    Which version of Samsung Browser are you using ?
    I think once upgraded to Marshmallow,you have/will soon,be updated to Version 4.0,which also allows for Ad-Blocker add-ons (looking forward to that!).
    Perhaps there's other changes from previous versions.
    If you have this version (4.0) installed,I'd be more that willing to look into it,make comparisons with the older version that I have installed..............
     
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    I have version 4.0, and currently using the ad block feature.
     
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    On the older version,the quick access saves the page to "Bookmarks".
    That'd be my guess.
    Admittedly,I rarely use Samsung browser & find this a weird way to save for "Quick Access",to where you have to navigate even more to find whatever was saved for "Quick Access". :rolleyes: :paperbagdroid:

    I think a better option is to use "Add Shortcut to Home Screen" & make a folder for such on your homescreen.
     
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    Actually I would just tap addresses bar, and all my quick access sites would pop up. Use to use folders on home screen, but don't like too many things on it...
     
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    THX, that's actually a very cool shortcut, a shame it's not on the 4.0 version.... :( :maddroid:
     
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    It's still on 4.0...
     
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