Seriously what is up with this? I have a bunch of junk bookmarks at the top of my bookmarks list that has been added to my new Galaxy Note 2 by Verizon. What makes me so upset is that Verizon has decided I should have no choice but to stare at and not be able to delete any of their junk bookmarks.
Does anyone know how to move - or preferably delete - the pre-loaded internet browser bookmarks? :confused: I can't seem to re-order them, and to be honest most of the pre-loaded bookmarks are of no interest to me.
I'm loving my Note 4 so far, but this issue is a bit annoying.
As the title suggests is there anyway of exporting my bookmarks from the stock browser? I'm thinking of changing browsers as I get on well with the stock one but I annoys me that I can organise bookmarks into folders and arrange the bookmarks within said folders but I can't arrange the folders themselves.
Hi guys long time no see,hope everybody is ok.
Ok guys i need help on this issue ,not realy an issue but i don't know how to do it ,
When i installed my browser google chrome and firefox and i added the import bookmarks so all the computers where i use my google mail gets all the imported bookmarks i also use the inport book marks on a couple friends pcs,but now i want to delete all the bookmarks
i had to do master reset and now when i go into "google chrome - mobile bookmarks" there seems to be a folder inside "mobile bookmarks" called "mobile bookmarks" with default bookmarks in it. this was not there before.
hey ive got like 10 bookmarks in the default internet browser that are locked... i cannot move or delete them and must scroll threw them to get to my bookmarks... How can i get rid of them i really enjoy the stock note 3 browser but this is some bullcrap...
Ive tried to use bookmark manager and so on but no book marks show up when i launch it..
I recently upgraded to Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon, and am now running Firefox 31.
Recently I decided to clean up my bookmarks; my intention was to transfer everything in the "Recent Bookmarks" folder to folders dedicated to particular subjects.