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One of my pet peeves is surfing on my iPad and the site detecting I am on an IOS device and automatically shunting me to a "Mobile" aka dumbed down version--Toyota is the worst offender I have run accross for this. Some of the things I want to do (as in log in and view my maintenance records) are only accessible through the standard site (at least as far as I can tell).

Is there anyway to force it to ignore the promptings directing my browser to the Mobile site? (or potentially disable the website detecting that I am on an IOS device?)

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