How to Enable Cookies on Android
Cookies are small text files that websites send to your device to track your activity and preferences. If you use an Android device to access the internet, you may need to enable cookies for some sites to function properly. In this article, we’ll show you how to enable cookies on your Android device.
Step 1: Open your Android device’s settings
Swipe down from the top of your device’s screen to access the notification shade, then tap the gear icon to open the settings app.
Step 2: Scroll down and select “Apps & Notifications”
Scroll down the list of available options in the settings app and select “Apps & Notifications” from the list.
Step 3: Select the browser you want to enable cookies for
Scroll down the list of apps and select the browser that you use to access the internet. For example, if you use Chrome, select “Google Chrome.”
Step 4: Tap “Storage & Cache”
After selecting the browser, you will be taken to its settings page. Tap “Storage & Cache” in the options menu.
Step 5: Find and enable “Cookies and Site data”
The “Storage & Cache” page will display two options: “Clear cache” and “Clear storage.” Scroll down and under the “Site settings” section, select “Cookies and site data.”
Step 6: Enable cookies
In the “Cookies and Site data” menu, make sure the switch next to “Allow cookies” is turned on.
Step 7: Optional: customize cookie settings
If you wish to customize your cookie settings according to your preferences, you can choose to block third-party cookies or allow cookies only from trusted sites.
Step 8: Restart your browser
After you have enabled cookies for your browser, close and reopen it to ensure that the changes take effect.
In conclusion, enabling cookies on your Android device is a simple process that involves accessing your device’s settings and toggling a few options. By enabling cookies, you will be able to access sites that require cookies to function properly and enjoy a seamless internet browsing experience.