The Chrome is used to render web pages inside of the various applications for Android. On the other hand, an update to the browser that generated the chaos in the different apps for hiding data from the user, you would have had to be moved to another folder they are not deleted, but they can’t be accessed. The company has stopped the update while it investigates the problem.
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Version 79 of the Chrome has already reached 50% of users are on Android, confirms Google. The transmission has been interrupted, to determine how the issue will be addressed: in keeping with the migration of your data to a new folder, or to revert the process and return the data in the old folders.
What’s the matter? The Chrome is 79, Google has changed the location of where to get the data from the localStorage and WebSQL, there are two types of storage is widely used for webapps. However, the files were not properly migrated from one folder to another. In other words, they can no longer be accessed by the application, by creating a few headaches for you.
The official forum for bugs in Chromium, and the head of the developer BiblioEteca Technologies, said that the users are not able to access the data that is stored locally. The company offers an app called ” NoMorePass that stores passwords only on your phone, without syncing them to the cloud.
For the developer, Chess Free, it explains that users will not be able to see a quantity of diamonds, and boosters — that are stored locally. In the meantime, Chess Online, it asks players to log in to the new; and he used to play on guest mode, it lost all of the progress, at least for the time being.
We do not yet know how it’s going to correct a failure in Chrome
“At the moment, we are discussing the right strategy to solve this problem, it has to be one of the following: (a) to continue with the migration, and move the missing files to their new locations; and (b) to revert the changes, move all the files moved to their old locations,” explains Tobias Sargeant, a software engineer at Google, in the forum.
In the meantime, the engineer of the software, by Richard Coles asks the developers to not to try to solve the bug on their own. If you use the app to save the data to the user in the new location, it may lose data in the event that Google is to roll back the migration.
On the Android 10, Google will no longer use Chrome as your web browser to render the web content inside the app. Instead, the system relies on the WebView: it’s basically a separate version of Chrome, with the smallest size and the least of bugs and special cases,” according to the company. The problem I’ve outlined above, it affects the WebView from Android, the 10, and Chrome on the Android, 9 In Pie, and all the previous versions.
Information: to Android Police.