Can you disable active content when browsing using opera 26/nexus 7/lollipop
cmendla last edited by
Since I installed Lollipop, my nexus 7 has been reduced to a blithering, unstable, barely usable piece of junk.
sgunhouse Moderator last edited by
Which generation Nexus 7? My own Nexus 7 (second generation) seems pretty good with Lollipop, the only part I dislike is apps that hide the top toolbar (the one with the clock in it, and that Opera Mobile Classic doesn't work.
janghou last edited by
Opera Mobile Classic doesn't work.
That does work now, it has been updated, to 12.1
joshl last edited by
Not exactly to the point maybe, but might be somehow related...
What's your Android version, guys? There's news about Google and Lollipop:
Right, now back to the MWC stuff starting with the news that Android 5.x Lollipop will not now be encrypted by default. Google had promised out-of-the-box encryption for the latest version of the OS, after a similar announcement by Apple for iOS 8. However, at some point it's backed off from the agreement.
Sorry for the interruption.