Care to elaborate? ROM, installation method(s), etc. No information included for folks to comment on.
Moto G5S Plus XT1806, Validus 8.1.0, microG-NanoDroid, MultiROM, XDA Legacy
I read in the nanodroid thread that webview on Android 10 may need to be installed into /system/product/appThe current webview is not compatible with SDK 29 (when I install it as a system app it does not give me the option to select it as the default webview). I have tried to install with 3 methods(1.TWRP copy and paste webview file to /system/app and then install the apk/2.using root and a file manager using a similar copy and paste technique as the previous/3.made a flashable zip) into 3 different roms(Pixel Experience/NitrogenOS/KrakenOS).
Ah, yes. I don't run Q so that bit didn't register in my dusty brain. Mentioned here...I read in the nanodroid thread that webview on Android 10 may need to be installed into /system/product/app
well all chromium based browsers have this. uninstalling them deletes the files they downloaded ,if the files are present in downloads folder. (change their location later to prevent this.)And one more, does bromite would delete all of my data/file that i downloaded through bromite that saved in download folder?
It's enabled on high memory devices by default. You can check on your device by typing chrome://process-internals/#generalIs there any plan to make #enable-site-per-process enabled by default? Probably many people don't even know what it is so having it enabled would be a nice security improvement. If you want to read more about it https://www.chromium.org/Home/chromium-security/site-isolation.
It is fixed useragent which conceals real browser version and it is one of bromite's feature.
Guys, I just updated to the latest version but the push notifications of the websites still don't work for me.
It is very important, I need them. Can you see this topic?
Same here, only Play Store and cloud integrations are disabled.It's there any option to enable the autofill framework from Android?
For anyone who used DoH for safety surfing on the internet, this must be a sad info for you https://www.zdnet.com/article/dns-over-https-causes-more-problems-than-it-solves-experts-say/
You can enable dark mode for web contents by typingI'd like to make this my default browser,
is there a way to enable dark mode and a whole black interface (like in kiwi e.g.)? Thx
I don't see how Bromite could violate Chrome's policies since it's based on Chromium. What about all CAF/chromium based browsers? Opera, Brave, Inox, Iridium...
But I think you should change the logo. I created the attached logo if necessary. Released under CC0 1.0 Universal license
What do you mean by "make a Br logo if you can"?
Here are two versions in green. I guess it's better to wait for csagan5's opinion before doing anything else