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02-04-2013 12:26 PM
Can't seem to find the answer to this - presumably this is an easy settings fix. Issue is that some sites treat BlackBerry 10 browswer as a desktop rather than mobile browser. Example - RSS Google Reader. on iOS it renders in "mobile" mode giving a digestable 15 headers at a time. Z10 hauls in the entire list (could be hundreds of headers) and the performance obviously is quite poor when scrolling through the list. Any ideas on how to broadcast the browser as mobile? Thanks
02-05-2013 03:45 PM - edited 02-05-2013 03:45 PM
This may be how the website is dishing up the content via the type of device you are using.
Try putting an m. instead of www. That should force the mobile site.
02-05-2013 10:58 PM
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Thanks for the question.
The BlackBerry 10 browser is designed to be full web browser and not a mobile browser. I would suggest what DVader stated and add the M prefix to the website so it will show the mobile version of the website.
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07-05-2013 05:13 PM
Hi there - unfortunately the suggested work around does not work for all sites.
My bank (nab.com.au) has an "intelligent" site which always re-directs the browser to the full blown sites - which is far to small to use on a Q10 screen
There is no way to set the browser to "MOBILE"? Is there anything planned for the next upgrades?
Esp. for the Q10, this would be a great feature
03-21-2014 04:49 PM
Is this something that Blackberry will be looking into for the next update for their BlackBerry 10 software.
As a company that is currently rolling out our new mobile site, this is a huge flaw when any blackberry users will not be able to easily access it. Instead we will have to provide people with a completely different URL in order to go directly to the site.