How To Load Facebook Full Site On Your Mobile Phone


With over 1.44 Billion active users, Facebook is no doubt the most popular social networking site in the world. In the same vein, the rate of mobile phone sales in the world is dramatically high. One of the undeniable reasons for such steady growth is the desire to have a steady and faster access to the internet world; and you can bet that one of the sites that affords you such luxury is Facebook. Facebook is a world of its own where friends and family who are physically unreachable become closer to you than you can ever imagine. This is better enjoyed when you use the Facebook full site and the good news is that the Facebook full site is accessible on Java phones, Android, Windows and iOS Phones. Facebook has entered in to a collaboration agreement with many global telephone companies in India, Bangladesh, Russia, Egypt, Nigeria, Philippines, Germany, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Brazil, Portugal and Pakistan. This agreement is to give users 90 days of free data specifically to try Facebook for Every Phone. Do you have a Java, Android, Windows or iOS enabled phone and want to have the Facebook full site on your mobile phone? These steps will be of help

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Loading Facebook Full Site on Any Phone

Good news to all Java phone users, the Latest version of Facebook called Facebook v3.3.2 latest.jar was introduced on January 15, 2015 and this new version is downloadable by Java phones. All you need to do is to first make sure your phone supports the Facebook Home page. You can type in Facebook v3.3.2 on your google page and find a reliable source to download from. You can also go to and allow the mobile web app to load. Tap on “More” and then tap on “Desktop Site. Once the full site has loaded, avoid tapping on the Facebook logo on the top-left corner and also avoid tapping on your profile name because if you do it will detect that you’re on a mobile browser and direct you to the web app (

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For all Android and Windows phones, the latest update to the Facebook app brings with it the power to control what you see on your news feed. The app shows your news feed when you start-up. You can then simply swipe to navigate through the different sections of Facebook, such as friend requests, messages, and notifications. The final menu on the toolbar gives you access to other Facebook features such as Events, Photos, Notes, Feeds, and Groups. You can do virtually everything you want on the web version, from anywhere you are. With it, you can update your status, share links, write private messages (through Facebook Messenger), comment on friends’ updates, ‘Like’ pages and comments, and configure your profile from your mobile. Accessing the Facebook full site on your phone also gives you room to use Its Chat features which include the sending of voice messages. We all know that most phones come with the Facebook app already installed but for those whose phones don’t come with it, all you need to do is to take the following simple steps

  1. Open your google play or Apple apps store from your phone menu
  2. Search for Facebook app
  3. Click the download button and allow it to download.
  4. Go into your apps drawer and tap the new “Home” application.
  5. Open the Facebook application, and you’ll see the “Finish setup”.