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How To Use Incognito Mode On Samsung Galaxy S6

Posted by RecomHub on April 17, 2015

For those that use your Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge for all of your web browsing and don’t want Google to track and save everything that has been searched, a good idea is to use “Incognito Mode” on Google Chrome. When you use Incognito Mode on your Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, none of your search queries or viewing history will be saved. It won’t also remember any passwords, logins or anything like that.

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The best way to explain Incognito Mode on the Galaxy S6, is as a killswitch that will never remember anything you viewed or clicked on during your session. It’s important to note that Incognito Mode doesn’t delete cookies, which get stored on your device regardless of Incognito Tab.

 

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How to turn ON Incognito Mode on Galaxy S6:

  1. Turn on the smartphone.
  2. Go to the Google Chrome browser.
  3. In the upper right hand corner, select the 3-dot icon.
  4. Select on “New incognito tab” and a new black screen pop-up not remember anything

 

 

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You can use multiple other types of browsers on the Google Play Store that do this by default and will never remember any of your data. Dolphin Zero is a good alternative for Chrome odor the Galaxy S6. Another popular Internet browser for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge is the Opera Browser that has a browser-wide privacy mode you can enable.

 

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