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Comment added by Hamood on August 16, 2012 16:48 PDT(4 years ago):
Thanks dude It Worked! ;) :D
Thanks A lot!!

Comment added by kishore cherukumilli on August 17, 2012 08:01 PDT(4 years ago):
i think its easy

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Comment added by simo on August 17, 2012 18:23 PDT(4 years ago):
The first browser is CHROOM

Comment added by top on August 19, 2012 11:51 PDT(4 years ago):
thanx man .. awesome :D

Comment added by Robert Woodlock on August 20, 2012 11:43 PDT(4 years ago):
Thank you very much, this was the easiest way to root my Galaxy II. Your awesome.

Comment added by saverr on August 21, 2012 04:59 PDT(4 years ago):
great tool!

Comment added by lbecque on August 22, 2012 08:49 PDT(4 years ago):
@Jordi and others,
I was looking for the same thing, a way to make Chrome NOT use the proxy setup under IE options because I need to use IE to go through my corporate VPN and I want Chrome to NOT use it and go direct to the Internet. The second option on this page shows how to set up a different proxy server setting than IE but not how to set up no proxy. It is just as easy to do and directions can be found here:
http://www.addictivetips.com/internet-tips/google-chrome-proxy-server-settings/
Simply use the startup switch --no-proxy-server=

Comment added by Naukri on August 24, 2012 04:51 PDT(4 years ago):
I installed the live pagerank plugin a little while ago and I've been keeping an eye on it... It seems to pull up the same kind of info as the live pagerank checkers and page rank predictors. Like you said basically, Expertu, doesn't do a whole lot of good, but I guess it's mildly useful... I'm going to try the one you speak of though, thanks!

Regards
Jessica

Comment added by Finch on August 24, 2012 19:26 PDT(4 years ago):
This feature is not available anymore in the latest Google Chrome.

Comment added by Pepflashplayer on August 25, 2012 02:09 PDT(4 years ago):
Run:
C:UsersKrisztianAppDataLocalGoogleChromeApplication...PepperFlashPepflashplayer.dll

Pepflashplayer.dll --- UMBENENNEN.

Fertig, Chrome Flaysplayer bleibt inaktiv

Comment added by AMD X2 User on August 25, 2012 13:39 PDT(4 years ago):
I run W2k over XP because I have found it to be 40% to 200% faster on the same hardware for the applications I run. Why should I have to keep upgrading my hardware due to bloatware for the same performance. All that extra GUI I don't need. Having Google Chrome compatible with W2k would stop Microsofts conspiracy to increase their revenue by forcing the internet to IE8 and users to upgrade their OS to run it. Having Chrome compatible with W2K would definitely be nice for browsing the changing internet and help break Microsoft's 23% hold on the world browser market. Over 10% of the world IE market is still running IE6. Wake up Google Chrome, opportunity knocking.

Comment added by Low on August 25, 2012 23:23 PDT(4 years ago):
Why need to root your S2 to mute your camera and auto focus sound? Just change your phone into silent mode is enough. In addition, rooting will void your phone warranty if what I am correct. My OS is ice cream sandwich BTW.

Comment added by key stuck in ignition on August 26, 2012 23:50 PDT(4 years ago):
Google Chrome updates and modifies its functions on constant basis so they could provide the real convenience and benefits to their users.It is also necessary in tough competition.

Comment added by key stuck in ignition on August 26, 2012 23:51 PDT(4 years ago):
Google Chrome updates and modifies its functions on constant basis so they could provide the real convenience and benefits to their users.It is also necessary in tough competition.

Comment added by zicrosoft on August 28, 2012 05:47 PDT(4 years ago):
tank you 4 shar

Comment added by Jacqueline on August 29, 2012 22:00 PDT(4 years ago):
i have tired these steps but my default language is still spanish

Comment added by jurkiri on August 30, 2012 03:20 PDT(4 years ago):
Succesfully rooted my galaxy S2

Comment added by Zestle on August 31, 2012 05:25 PDT(4 years ago):
The plugin doesn't always work for me.

Comment added by wizzy on September 04, 2012 15:10 PDT(4 years ago):
An unpatched hole in Java is making it very insecure. You should disable it -- here's how.
Java is once again being used as a delivery mechanism for browser-based attacks, with a new zero-day flaw spreading rapidly across all browsers, and no sign as yet of a patch to combat the problem. So what do you do to keep yourself safe? For now, disable Java within your browser.
Quote:

If you're a Chrome user, enter chrome://plugins into the URL bar, and make sure Java is unticked. The process for Firefox users is a little easier: Go to Tools > Add-ons> Plugins and disable Java from there. IE users should click on the gear icon at the top right of the browser, select Internet Options > Programs > Manage Add-ons and make sure that the Java Plug-Ins listed are disabled. If you're a Safari user, it's quite likely Java's already disabled (Apple did so in a recent update), but just to be sure, go to Preferences > Security and make sure Java is unticked.

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Comment added by thanushan on September 05, 2012 09:23 PDT(4 years ago):
my samsung galaxy y mobile sofwair updating operation faild plese solution me


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