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As many of us will have experienced, most websites with a mobile version, pretty much have the mobile version as an afterthought. This is the case when the mobile has less functionality/ content as compared to the desktop site, e.g., some news sites will remove the comment sections of articles on the mobile page.
Furthermore, devices like tablets are often not fit for a mobile version of a web page, yet some sites insist on using the mobile version.
In an effort to fix this annoyance, there is a great tweak you can make if you have a rooted device in order to permanently fix this issue.
Step 1: Open notepad on your PC
Step 2: Paste the following text into notepad: chrome --user-agent="Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/52.0.2743.82 Safari/537.1"
It should look like this:
Step 3: In Notepad, click on File > Save
Step 4: Name the file without the "": "chrome-command-line"
Step 5: In windows go to folder options by pressing Windows + R, and then typing in without the "": "control.exe folders", and then press enter.
Step 6: In the folder options, go to the "View" tab, and then uncheck "Hide extensions for known file types", and then apply the changes. You can recheck it later when you are done with the next two steps.
Step 7: Right click on the chrome-command-line file that you created, and then click on Rename.
Step 8: Remove the .txt extension from the filename. After that, click on "Yes" to accept the change to the file name.
Step 9: copy the "chrome-command-line" to your smartphone.
Now on your smartphone, use the file browser of your choice (I am using ES file explorer for this tutorial).
Step 10: Copy the "chrome-command-line" file to /data/local on your smartphone.
Step 11: Restart your smartphone.
Your user agent should now default to desktop mode.