Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Get Out from Incognito Mode

Incognito mode is one of feature available inside Browser app in Samsung Galaxy SIII. When you browse the web under the incognito mode, then the page won't appear in the browser history, the download files won't appear in the download history and the cookies will wiped out once you closed the page. Browse the page under this mode of course will help you if you want to access something important or a sensitive data without having to leave any trace.

See also: How to Use Incognito Feature on Browser App in Samsung Galaxy S3

Aside from the advantage, some of users said that once they turned on this mode or accidentally get in into this mode, they have difficulties to get out from there.


How to get out from incognito mode?
If you're also have the difficulty to do so, then you can follow the step listed below:
  1. Open Browser app.
  2. If you're in incognito mode, tap the Thumbnails of active browser windows icon.
  3. Here you should see the plus (+) icon and the Incognito icon.
  4. Find the incognito tab that's open, then tap the Red minus button on the top right of the tab to get back to the regular mode.
  5. Tap the Bookmark icon .
  6. You can choose to tap either the History or Saved pages.
  7. Tap and hold an entry from the list to get the pop up menu.
  8. Tap Set as homepage to assign the selected entry as the new homepage.
  9. Now, try to close the app then open it again.
  10. The browser will load the new homepage in a regular mode.

Well, your thought might be right, the step mentioned above actually not removing the incognito completely, but this will allow you to switch between the incognito and the regular mode, as well as prevent you to enter the incognito mode each time you open the Browser app. However, if you know another methods to do so and they are not listed here, then I'll appreciate if you willing to share them through the comment below :)

3 comments:

  1. This worked great and was information that was difficult to find anywhere else on the internet. Thanks for your post.

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    1. Hi Terry Field,
      Thanks for coming.
      I'm more than happy to know that you can find something useful here :)

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