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nicole32

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I have a Zte Merit that's a gingerbread android 2.3 so my browser is outdated, and since my phone version is not a 4.0 or higher I can't use Chrome, firefox, safari, or Internet Browser. So can you tell me what browser I can use for my phone please?
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https://www.howtogee...ike-jelly-bean/

 

http://www.freshnews...rbread-devices/


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I have already tried the launcher but it doesn't work
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Yes but did you try the browsers on that same page?


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So is, there different browsers I can try on the launcher?
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It won't let me install firefox because when I go to google play to try to install it, I get the error message that says, your device isn't compatible with this version. I also can't install opera brower get the say error message, but I do use opera mini browser sometimes but I can't do everything on it, and it still says I have a unsuported browser when I go to some websites. So I need a better browser
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Did you try the browser here:

 

http://www.freshnews...rbread-devices/


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yeah, I tried it but I can't download it on my phone because I get an error message saying that's blocked. So I have to go to settings and to unknown sources, but I don't want to do that because I'm scared I'm going, mess my phone up.
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Use this version of chrome might help you.

https://www.apk4fun.....chrometophone/


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I have tried to download that kind of chrome on my phone but it wont let me.
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I downloaded Google Chrome in apknite, very good use and convenience
https://chrome.googl...lbcnpaccepkfgni


Edited by Katarina123, 10 April 2019 - 09:46 AM.

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There are many other web browsers. You can switch to that like Mozilla, opera mini, and many others.


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Does this phone have defualt browser?


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You can try to download opera mini at mobidescargar


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As this topic was started in March 2018, and the original poster (OP) was last seen in June 2018, the probability of it still being read and followed is very small.

 

That being said, and in all seriousness, worrying about an out-of-date browser on a grossly out-of-date Android OS that lost support ages ago is putting things entirely backwards.  There are times when you either have to bite the bullet, root an older device and install a custom ROM based on a newer version of Android that continues to have support (if such can be found for said device), or getting a new device.

 

Smartphones and Android are no different than PCs and Windows in this regard.   Both hardware and OS software have definite "shelf lives" that do expire once support has expired.  After that point, all use is at your own risk (AYOR) and a far better expenditure of time, money, and effort is transitioning to supported hardware, OS, and software.


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