How to Hit Non-Mobile Sites...

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by billyk, Jan 22, 2010.

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    Regular URL's tapped into the Droid keep redirecting to mobile-formatted pages. Is there any way to over-ride the gravitational pull to mobile sites and to hit the full-up sites?
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    we have a couple threads on this already. best bet is to use an alternate browser like Dolphin.
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    Thanks 640.

    I did use the search function, but wasn't coming up with anything conclusive.

    Don't want to go with Dolphin Browser right now - I'll just do without.

    Thanks!
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    most 'mobile' sites will have a link (usually near the bottom of the page) that says something along the lines of "Regular Site".

    just click it and BM
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