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Discover the hidden shortcuts of your Android native browser

Today I will show you how to access the navigation shortcuts and hidden menu of the native Android browser. This will allow you to browse the internet more effectively by freeing your screen of the (often excessive) menu bar information.

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The simple method:

1. Open the browser application;2. Press your smartphone's menu button to open app settings;

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<p><strong>3</strong> click in <strong>Google Labs</strong>;<strong>4</strong> Check the box <strong>Fast controls</strong>;<strong>5</strong> Return to the browser by pressing the return key;<strong>6</strong> You can now access the menu by dragging your thumb from the edge of the screen inwards, and that's anywhere.</p>
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Browse your history, go to your favorites ... the menu includes everything from the default browser. / AndroidPIT
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