Set your homepage on a Mobile Phone

So, which browser you are using?

Depending on the mobile browser you are using the instructions are slightly different. Default Browser (standard web browsers provided with the phone). Most mobile phones come with a default browser.

You will find that some of the default browsers that come preloaded on your phone are automatically set to go to a specific homepage. In most cases the browser will send you to the mobile cellphone companies personalised homepage. Changing the default homepage can be quite difficult on these default browsers. So below are the top mobile phone browsers out there plus full instructions on how to download and set your desired homepage.

Set your mobile phone homepage on Chrome instructions

Editors Note:

Before you start make sure you have downloaded and installed a copy of Opera for mobile
  1. Load Chrome
  2. Now, because Chrome is a Google product, it automatically defaults your search engine to Google. That means any searches you make will automatically be processed by Google

Set your mobile phone homepage on Firefox instructions

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Before you start make sure you have Downloaded and installed a copy of firefox for mobile
  1. Load Firefox
  2. In the url address bar at the top, type in www.google.com followed by the return key
  3. www.google.com will now load.
  4. If you are on a touch screen phone, simply press the address bar for 3 seconds, or until an option box pops up/appears
  5. Select the option to add the current website to your homepage screen, and that's it you are done
  6. If you are on a non-touch screen phone, simply bookmark the page and it will be added to your homescreen

Set your mobile phone homepage on Opera Mini instructions

Editors Note:

Before you start make sure you have downloaded and installed a copy of Opera for mobile
  1. While on the start-up screen, Load Opera Mini.
  2. click the + icon to add a new start-up page bookmarker.
  3. In the following window enter the Google website address www.google.com.
  4. complete that process and Google has been added to your start-up page.
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