The hamburger with settings and share etc is missing

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Description of the issue:

How can this issue be reproduced? any tab, no way of sharing or accessing settings etc

Expected result:

Brave Version( check About Brave):
1.35.100 according to google play
Mobile Device details
Oppo Find X2 Pro
Additional Information:
Only noticed hamburger missing today when I wanted to share a webpage.

@Buggrit The Android version is a bit different than the desktop. Rather than the “hamburger” that usually is in the corner, you should see three little dots on top of each other (similar to hamburger but dots instead of lines). That’s where you open settings and all the functions you’re mentioning.

Then you’ll see where the Home Button and stuff is at, there’s a square with a number in it. That’s your tabs. If you press on it, it’ll zoom out to show all open tabs and you’ll see a + sigh show up which is what you push to open a new tab.

I did screenshots below. Are you talking about something else I’m not realizing or what’s up?

Hi Saoiray
Thank you for your prompt reply, there are no dots on the bottom right if my mobile screen l Iike there once was. I’ve included a screenshot for your purusal.

I’m sorry for wasting your time. I found it, but it was invisible… literally.
Thank you again.

@Buggrit lol, weird. I was still trying to figure things out. I’m glad you resolved it.


I am using an iPhone running iOS v 1.34.1, and since updating to that iOS version, the LEFT and RIGHT arrows at the periphery of the display window . . . will often disappear (no light enhancement).

When this bug first occured, it seemed that the Brave Browser (iOS) had no navigation arrows. But I tapped where the arrows should be, and then, they lit up.

Hi and thank you for your response. I finally discovered the exact same thing - invisible, but functional.


Like the home made variable capacitor.

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