What is GameFAQs Mobile?
GameFAQs Mobile is the same GameFAQs site you already know, hosted on the same servers, but optimized for mobile browsing. Some of the non-essential page content and menus are cut out, content is displayed using a single column, and even the advertising is mobile-optimized.
How do I use GameFAQs Mobile?
If the server detects that you are using a mobile phone or portable device to browse GameFAQs, you should automatically be redirected to GameFAQs Mobile any time you visit GameFAQs. You can also jump to GameFAQs Mobile with the "Enable GameFAQs Mobile" link at the bottom of every page, or by changing the URL of the site from "www.gamefaqs.com" to "m.gamefaqs.com".
How do I disable GameFAQs Mobile?
If you have been automatically redirected to GameFAQs Mobile on your device but prefer the regular site, simply click the "Disable GameFAQs Mobile" link at the bottom of the page. As long as your browser accepts cookies, you'll then be redirected back to the regular GameFAQs site, and you won't be automatically sent back to the mobile site for the next 60 days. If you change your mind, when you click the "Enable GameFAQs Mobile" link on the main site that preference will be cleared.
Is GameFAQs Mobile secure?
GameFAQs Mobile is as safe and secure as the regular GameFAQs site - it is hosted on the same servers, using the same code. However, your communications with GameFAQs or GameFAQs Mobile are not encrypted, so you should be cautious when using the site on any public network.
What should I do if I find errors or issues with GameFAQs Mobile?
There are several known rendering issues on certain page types with GameFAQs Mobile - some content just doesn't fit on a small screen without a lot of work, and GameFAQs is always under construction. You can use the GameFAQs Feedback system to report any errors or issues you encounter on the site.
Can I use alternate stylesheets or display types with GameFAQs Mobile?
At this time, there is only one Mobile style - the alternate site views and display styles used on the main site don't fit the requirements for a mobile site, and cannot be used there.