1. Using an Android Default Browser
- Open the default browser on your Android device. The availability of this browser usually depends on the Android version and the brand of Android device you are using. The default browser usually has the name "Browser" or "Internet" application. Touch the browser icon to open it. If the browser icon is not on the Home screen of your Android device, try checking the application list.
- Touch the Menu button on the browser. Usually the Menu button on the Android browser's default browser is in the upper right corner of the screen of your Android device.
- Select "Settings" to open the browser settings menu. This option is usually at the bottom of the Menu.
- Select "Advanced". In this option, you will see an advanced option for the Android default browser you are using.
2. Using the Google Chrome Browser
- Open Google Chrome on your Android device. You can find the Google Chrome icon on the Home screen or a list of applications on your Android device. Generally, some Android devices make Google Chrome the default browser. The reason is of course because Android is a mobile operating system developed by Google. And Google Chrome is usually embedded by Android device manufacturers because the browser is included in the basic applications and services provided by Google in the distribution of the Android operating system.
- Touch the Menu button. This Menu Button has a three-shaped icon stack of vertical boxes, and its position is in the upper right corner of the screen of your Android device.
- Select "Settings". The Settings menu is usually at the bottom of the screen. You may need to move the Menu window to find it.
- Select "Content settings". In the Settings menu, look for the "Content Settings" option which is usually in the "Advanced" category.
3. Using the Mozilla Firefox Browser
- If at any time you want to restore the settings to the initial conditions, see our article about how to reset the Mozilla Firefox browser to the original settings .
4. Using the Opera Mobile Browser
- Open the Opera Mobile browser on your Android device.
- In the Opera Mobile browser view, touch the address bar and type "opera: config" (without the quotes). Don't forget to touch the Enter button.
- Next, the settings page will appear from the Opera Mobile browser. Type "scripting" in the "Quick Find" search field. Then the Extensions settings group will appear, where the "scripting" settings are located.
- Check the "Scripting" option then select the "Save" button.