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19th May 2014, 05:36 PM   |  #1  
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The workaround works very easy, even less technology-savvy people can easily perform this. To do this simply open the Chrome browser . In the address field, type :

Chrome://flags/#max.-tiles-for-interest-area

An Android system menu pops up, where you can now make settings. Once there, you choose the highest possible value (512 instead of 128 set for example). This value represents the total memory that the Android system is available for the Chrome browser. After changing this value, choose "Relaunch Now" (restarting) and the phone reboots. As of now, the Chrome browser you can enjoy again in old freshness. In older models, it may be that the adjustable memory size only goes up to 256 and not to 512 .Here you have to test what is possible.

GREEEEEETZ!!!!!!!
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22nd May 2014, 01:08 PM   |  #2  
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Great finding bro ! Thanks for the tutorial !
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22nd May 2014, 02:38 PM   |  #3  
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Thank ! our friend -caliban666-
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The workaround works very easy, even less technology-savvy people can easily perform this. To do this simply open the Chrome browser . In the address field, type :

Chrome://flags/#max.-tiles-for-interest-area

An Android system menu pops up, where you can now make settings. Once there, you choose the highest possible value (512 instead of 128 set for example). This value represents the total memory that the Android system is available for the Chrome browser. After changing this value, choose "Relaunch Now" (restarting) and the phone reboots. As of now, the Chrome browser you can enjoy again in old freshness. In older models, it may be that the adjustable memory size only goes up to 256 and not to 512 .Here you have to test what is possible.

GREEEEEETZ!!!!!!!



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31st May 2014, 09:50 PM   |  #5  
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I'm doing it here. Thanks!
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I'cant find the field where I have to change the value
27th June 2014, 03:57 PM   |  #7  
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maybe its changed in newer versions,i take a look at this.

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