Is it possible to import or sync the google saved bookmarks with the Samsung browser? It worked just fine on SGS3 but I can't find the option under accounts on this device.
I just got my note 3 a week back, and since I had the galaxy s3 before this, there are loads of features I'm not able to find in the note 3!
Like the save page offline option which was there in s3, I can't seem to see that option or the saved pages tab in the bookmark section either!
Plus I can't seem to be finding the open page in background tab option!
And I've been trying since forever to ge
How to export bookmarks from next browser app? Can I find it somewhere on the device? There's a sync option but I don't know where the bookmarks go after sync. I would like to transfer them to another Android browser. Thx
I'd like to have my Windows Chrome bookmarks on my Ubuntu Chrome.
My Win XP partition crashed, ergo I can not export my Chrome bookmarks in to an .html file in Windows. I do have my 'Bookmarks' and 'Bookmarks.bak' file.
So I have two computers, a desktop computer that I use for nearly everything, as well as an old laptop that I only use when travailing. As a result of this the bookmarks on the laptop are out dated and often get screwed up and I don't want this to interfere with the bookmarks on my desk top.
When you sign into chrome, your sync'd bookmarks (etc) are magically restored...
I'm recovering from a small (micro) very soft system fallover (winblows) and am hunting for bookmarks and .bak, to consolidate and clean all my chrome bookmarks (using export and import methods, or maybe just using the cloud sync)
What I want to know is, if I'm browsing, ie not signed in, and I have bookmarks, and t
Hi, when iam using firefox in windows there is a option where i can import and export bookmarks. 'Make backup of my bookmarks on a SD-Card/Usb/externaldrive/dropbox you name it, think its exported to .xml file.But in iceweasel i cant find this exelent option, are there any onther way to easily back up my bookmarks in iceweasel?Thanks in advance :)
If you’re currently using Google Chrome as your default web browser, there’s a way to synchronize all of your bookmarks stored on multiple computers and each addition computer will receive the same bookmarks.