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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by amazingdm, Jul 19, 2010.
How do I stop this from happening, I have full web.
Get the Perfect browser app on the app store. Activate desktop rendering mode.
If you're jailbroken...
Download "UAFaker" from Cydia and enable in SBSettings.
This is happening to me too. I can't go to the full Engadget.com page. It automatically directs me to the mobile page. Another page I use a lot is telling me to enable cookies but, I've tried every possible cookie setting and nothing changes.
Use the engadget app?
Another shortcoming on Mobile Safari, it would be nice if it had a "destop setting" like other mobile operating systems. Oh yeah! Fanboys will say "we don't need or want that!"
Perfect Browser does the job perfectly. I only wish they would add a download option to download vids.
Then what is the point of the browser? It has worked fine until the past few days.
OPERA mobile browser let's you trick the website into thinking you're not an iPhone (if that makes sense to you) so you get full websites.
This is a nice feature in Opera, but only if it rendered sites properly
^ only way
Most mobile views of sites have links at the bottom for "view the full website".
Facebook, Engadget, TUAW to name a few.
At the bottom, there's a link for "full Engadget" and it'll always use that from then on.
I click on that. It just reloads the i.engadget.com page. I've tried everything except restoring the phone
Edit: everything is working now. I don't know what it was. Didn't do anything different just started working.
Clicking the link works for me, so it must be an issue on your end.
I wish cnet would fix their site..
Even if I click "Full View CNET site" it still goes the iphone.cnet.com
it's because the phone so heavily caches webpages, when i view my blog on it a lot of times updates won't even display until i clear cache, but my button to view the normal version works
There's also "CloudBrowse" which is useful for this.
It loads the pages on a cloud-based server in Firefox, and sends the resulting Firefox page to your phone. So when nothing else works, that will. It also lets you view and use Flash-based pages properly on the iPhone.
I don't use it all the time, my default browser is Perfect Browser, but in one-off situations like this it's very useful.