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    Senior Member Zindol's Avatar
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    nexus one browser

    what's the correct way of exiting the browser? ive been using dolphin all along.

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    What I was told by an experienced Android user is that if you leave a program by pressing the "home" key, the program stays open in the background. If you leave a program using the "back" key, the program quits (does not stay open in the background).

    Of course, if there is a menu/quit in the application, you can always use that, too.

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    thanks. im using the back method because the application doesn't have a quit option. can be quite annoying if you've been browsing several web pages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zindol View Post
    thanks. im using the back method because the application doesn't have a quit option. can be quite annoying if you've been browsing several web pages.
    I haven't used the Dolphin browser, but in the stock one, you can choose to view "windows" and quickly kill them off from the list.

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    im talking about the stock browser. dolphin has an option to exit. Killing off windows in the stock one then pressing back does help though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zindol View Post
    thanks. im using the back method because the application doesn't have a quit option. can be quite annoying if you've been browsing several web pages.
    Menu => Windows

    Close them all, then hit back to exit.

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