Facebook is the most popular social networking site in the world, and there are almost 2 Billion monthly active users. If you use Facebook from your smartphone, then you are well aware of the fact that upon opening Facebook via the browser on your phone, you are automatically redirected to the mobile version of Facebook. Sometimes, this is annoying when we need to open the Facebook Full Site because the mobile version doesn’t have all the options found on the Facebook Desktop site. So, how to access Facebook Desktop Site on Android so that you see the Facebook Full site and not the mobile version? Here, in this particular article, we are going to show you that thing. So, there are various ways to do that, and we will explain each one of them. Let’s start.
FACEBOOK FULL SITE – HOW TO ACCESS FACEBOOK DESKTOP SITE ON ANDROID
SIMPLY ADD “HOME.PHP”
This is the simplest way to load the desktop version of Facebook on your phone so what you need to do is that you need to add ‘home.php’ after the URL of Facebook. i.e., We typically write ‘https://www.facebook.com” as the URL for opening Facebook on our phone. But, to load the Facebook Desktop site, write ‘https://www.facebook.com/home.php” and this will load the desktop version and not the mobile version of Facebook.
USE THE BROWSER SETTING
Google Chrome is the best Android browser that comes with a lot of different features. So, what exactly you need to do is that whenever you open Facebook on Chrome, after the page loads, tap on the three vertical dots on top right corner. There, you will see an option named ‘Request Desktop Site.’ Just make sure it is enabled, and this will reload the whole page again. Then, you will see the Full Facebook site instead of the mobile version.
Now, if you use UC Browser or UC Browser Mini, just disable the ‘Speed Mode, ‘ and this will load the desktop site instead of the mobile site. Simple, right?
So, these were two different methods via which you can open the Facebook Full desktop site on Android and not the mobile version. Was this tutorial helpful? Do let us know via the comments section.
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