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  Reply # 611220 18-Apr-2012 15:42 Send private message

True, background syncing could be the problem for Android phone.




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  Reply # 611729 19-Apr-2012 10:41 Send private message

ok it appears I have got to the bottom of it...

when I access & use 0.facebook.com I get redirected to m.0.facebook.com which is their mobile site which has pictures etc and hence charges

If I access zero.facebook.com I get to their txt only FB site

Can anyone else confirm that if they explicitly access 0.facebook.com they get redirected to m.0.facebook.com and get the mobile version with pics etc







 

 



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  Reply # 611892 19-Apr-2012 13:55 Send private message

xlinknz: ok it appears I have got to the bottom of it...

when I access & use 0.facebook.com I get redirected to m.0.facebook.com which is their mobile site which has pictures etc and hence charges

If I access zero.facebook.com I get to their txt only FB site

Can anyone else confirm that if they explicitly access 0.facebook.com they get redirected to m.0.facebook.com and get the mobile version with pics etc



Nope, I go to 0.facebook.com and stay there (a bit boring) :-)

Did you perhaps choose the m.facebook.site from the link at the bottom? Sometimes your browser seems to remember these choices the next time you go to a site.




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  Reply # 611919 19-Apr-2012 14:37 Send private message

same here, I stayed on 0.facebook.com




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