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Trick – Facebook: See Blocked Content
What do you do when you find a trick, tip, or tweak for any of your applications? Are you the kind who keeps things to yourself just to impress your friends? Maybe you are the exact opposite of the latter and if this is the case, then you are of the same kind as XDA member marko!. The OP found out a trick in which he claims that you will be able to see blocked content of anyone’s profile as if they were in your friends list when using the Facebook app for Android. The trick will let you find a post where they have commented on, tap on their profile pic in the comments and even see their pictures.
Let the original poster know whether this is working or not.
Originally posted by marko!
Facebook: see blocked content
Today I found a way to see anyone’s profile as if they are your friend using the Facebook app for android.
Find a post they have commented on.
Tap on their profile pic in the comments
As their profile is loading quickly select the photos tab…
Continue to the original thread to learn how to perform this trick.
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