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My chromebook doing something incredibly weird in internet history


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Jim Robert

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I'm hoping someone here could provide some answers.

 

I'm incredibly confused what is going on with my Acer chromebook internet history.  It's not keeping a full running list of my history with random things completely deleted.  This has been going on for over a year now. But the mind boggling thing that I just noticed now: if you're looking at a normal history list with each of the days listed going down, I have now a separate history labeled "SM-P900" that is listed above everything right underneath the header that says "history" and right above the tab that reads "clear browsing data.  I looked up what SM-p900 could mean and its the model number of the samsung galaxy note pro.....I have a samsung galaxy note pro.....but I have never EVER linked these two devices in any possible way.  So I am completely mind blown as to what this means


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No one even has a thought on this?


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don't have a chromebook or use google services but i'd assume it's just simply because both devices use the same google account, so the history for both is stored on the google servers and why you can see the history for both on your chromebook. :spoton:

 

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