Cellular Phones/Reduced Websites

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I have a Galaxy 3 and am finding that even with this phone like my non smart phone websites will tend to be abbreviated to short harder to see versions, and the address will start with m. instead of www.

How can I force my browser to see websites as a normal computer browser would see them? I have confidence it can. I just can't keep it from choosing a mobile formated version. The Chrome browser is better, but I don't know how bookmark pages with it.

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When you go into your browser and choose Settings you can go into Accessibility and choose Text Booster to view web sites differently on your device. This may work and there are other settings in this area that may help, as well. There are also content settings with web site settings. Go into these areas and try making changes and you can see if it helps. Thanks.  

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I can answer questions on cellular phones, the physical device, the network, contracts, billing, ordering, porting and what to look for when purchasing cell phones. I am located in the United States. I am an expert on BlackBerrys, Treos, HTC devices and iPhones as well as cellphones and aircards. I have over 15 years of experience in both the wireless and wireline world with the carriers. I have a lot of knowledge regarding the wireless providers - their services, prices and policies, both GSM AT&T and T-Mobile) and CDMA (Verizon, Sprint/Nextel). I am very familiar with the individual devices and their specifications. I can also answer questions regarding BlackBerrys, iPhones and other PDAs, both Palm-based and Windows-based. I can troubleshoot most any problem someone is having with their cellular device or with the provider.

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Over 20 years in the Telecom industry working for the carriers with individuals, small business, medium business and large corporations(Fortune 500). Also worked as a professor in Maryland for 10 years teaching telecommunications.

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I belong to several organizations

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Master's in Telecommunications

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Received several awards for papers that I have published over the years

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