Anyone else besides me having an issue with the Google search (from the home screen) quitting out roughly three times before you can even finish typing in a search term? This issue also happens to me in YouTube.
on 12/31/2012 – Made popular on 12/31/2012
Is there a way to have the old way of using Google search and leave Google now as the long press of home? I love Google now but when I just want to do a search I don't need all the cards loading and making things slow at times when I simply just want to type out a search. I hope there is a way to accomplish this because its very annoying.
Here’s some interesting information about the Google Experience launcher Android 4.4; it’s basically just a front-end for Google Search. Thanks to some code digging over at Ars Technica, Google Search is drawing everything you see on your home screen and handling all of the information.
Bare with me, I just got my Nexus 4 and it is my first smart phone. While trying to remove the youtube app on the home screen, I somehow got it stuck to the gray google search bar at the top of the screen. I tried disabling the app, disabling the search bar, swiping the app, holding down on the app, I can't seem to get it unstuck from the search bar and it's driving me nuts.
I'm sorry if this has already been asked. I've used google and the forum search to the best of my abilities, I've read through threads but I don't have time to read through a few thousand pages for the ROM.
This tutorial will explain how to install GNOME Terminal with Google search support.GNOME Terminal is great, easy to use with tab support. But it doesn’t support a feature: Search the selection text on Google.
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Many times we have tried searching for pdf/chm books online and using our ordinary search queries, rarely give any results fast. But with a simple geeky search you can find what you want in first page of Google Search Result.
I am just giving the method and you can try and verify it yourself.
In the first case I am using just the Book Name as the search query in google.