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Chrome for Android Update Fixes Continuous Sign-in Bug

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Chrome for Android is receiving an update today that rids the app of an incredibly obnoxious bug that would ask users to sign-in over and over again. The bug did not affect everyone or every device, but I was one of those who it constantly tortured while testing out the Xperia Z1 Compact. As you can imagine, I went from thinking it was a Google sign-in issue to blaming the device, since no other devices were experiencing the problem. I now know that it wasn’t any of that.

And this is me doing a little dance. I may be singing too. 

Via:  Chrome Releases
  • Fry

    I had to delete chrome and reinstall to sign into disqus. I didn’t seem to happen anywhere else.

  • Rob Fetterhoff

    If this is the “Can’t connect to google servers” issue that I started getting two days ago then YES!!

    • zomond

      Did this fix it?

    • zomond

      I got it working by removing the account and disabling two factor authentication and then re adding it

  • traumadog

    I wonder if this is more than just an Android bug… I have this issue on my laptop, too.

  • BT

    Thank goodness…Been battling that problem for what feels like a month…

  • droidify

    I just wish they would make it to where I didn’t have to select desktop bookmarks each time (and it would be nice if it would always request desktop site too)

    • Bunklung

      This plus full immersion mode.

      • frederigoxcz305

        My Uncle Zachary
        recently got a 9 month old Mercedes-Benz CL-Class CL63 AMG only from working
        off a home pc… go now B­i­g­4­1­.­ℂ­o­m

    • michael arazan

      I have problems trying to log into disqus through chrome and chrome beta on my phone 80% of the time and have to switch to samsung’s browser to log into comment. It’ll say logged in but then chrome won’t show it, even after refreshing .

  • BillySuede

    *raises arms skyward towards heaven in praise*

    • David Stevens

      Or you could just update.