Google Chrome will disable webpage JS script on mobile during 2G network

Is your Android phone using Google Chrome? Then according to Android Police and XDA-developers, the Chromium development team plans to add a feature to Chrome for Android, which will automatically disable JavaScript scripts for web pages when it detects that the system is on a slow network such as 2G.

Google chrome 2G java script disable

Of course, there will be a floating window at the bottom of the page to prompt the user for the disable behavior, which can be manually turned on if the effect is affected.

Android Chrome will disable webpage JS script when the phone is on 2G network

Usually, after the webpage is disabled, the JS script has different effects. As shown in the three web pages, the AP is normal, the Amazon content is incomplete, and the Engadget is directly white. However, it still is the testing phase…

 

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