Ok I was reading engadgets review and found something that mifs me. the Browser still reads like a android phone. which means your not going to get a true browser experience on the Xoom. it will be no different then using the browser on your phone. why can't they Google change it so we can have a true real browser? also will a hack be able to change this or will it come from Google?
- 02-24-2011, 09:42 AM #2
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Mobile sites are irritating aren't they. Either they have minimal information, or they try to get you to subscribe to something.
You can probably set the user agent in the same way we do on the phones, through the about:debug settings. Go to about:debug and then check the settings for the additional options. Unfortunately you have to about:debug on every boot.
- 02-24-2011, 11:58 AM #7
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You all are missing the point. Browser is been advertise as a real web experience. But all it is is a glorified phone browser. I want a web experience as my laptops and desktops. Download what I want watch what I want. I shouldn't need a app for that.
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Dudes, chill. You're not getting to Hulu because Hulu doesn't have a content agreement with Google/Android yet. Same reason you can't get to them on GoogleTV. Changing the user agent will get you the full pages, but won't get you content that has been blocked to ALL mobile Android devices.
- 02-24-2011, 03:08 PM #14
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When writing and designing web pages, you can specify page layouts in an IF format according to what user agent (browser) pings that site.
The android browser HAS ALWAYS BEEN a full web browser. The only thing that is in the way is the user agent and what it tells sites it is. Jesus. ****ing. Christ
Its the sites, not the browser (so to speak)
TL;DR - Really? Just read that
- 02-24-2011, 03:12 PM #15