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How to set home page on my Note2 Android's default browser & Chrome

Posted on 2016-09-03
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I have a need to quickly login to a site whenever I receive alerts so I would
like to set my Note2's built-in browser (which shows as a Globe icon) &
Chrome browser such that whenever I launch any one of these 2 browsers,
they will automatically load the page (say  https://www.abc.com) & go to
the tab that load this page.

Do provide step by step instruction as I'm quite lost when it comes to using
mobile phones (as I only use it for phone calls, SMS & Whatsapp)
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Click MORE

SETTINGS
Click Settings

HOMEPAGE
Click Homepage

OTHER WEB PAGE
Click OTHER web page and enter the one you want and click OK

Close and reopen browser and you will see the homepage you want.
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For Chrome, click three dots on upper right corner... click Settings... click Home page and click Open this page and enter the URL and click Save
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Any update?
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Straight forward question and relevant info supplied.
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