To enable your Android DApp browser on trust wallet, go to Trust Wallet > Settings > Preferences > DApp browser > Enable.
After that, you may access it by pressing on the “Browser” icon in the app’s bottom navigation bar.
However, the DApp browser can not be activated in the app if you are using an iPhone/iOS device.
What is trust://browser_enable? In this step by step guide, I’m going to show you how to enable DApps on Trust Wallet for your PC, Android and iOS.
So, at the end of reading this, you will be able to learn with ease the simple process of enabling the DApp browser on Trust Wallet in just a few steps.
What is trust://browser_enable?
trust://browser_enable is a short code in the form of a URL that allows users to enable the DApp browser on their trust wallet.
Some of the basic browsers you can use trust://browser_enable short code includes Chrome, Mozilla, Safari, and Edge.
The process or steps to enable the DApp browser on trust wallet will be enumerated later in this post.
So make sure you read the post to the end to learn everything you need to know about trust://browser_enable or the trust://browser enable setting in the browser.
What is the DApp Browser?
The DApp browser on Trust Wallet is a feature you can install on your existing browser that allows you to have access to use dispersed applications such as the PancakeSwap App.
On Android phones, you can easily enable the DApp browser on trust wallet as soon as you download the app, using the preference setting on the DApp browser.
To locate the preference settings on your device, open the DApp browser and tap on the settings image beneath the navigation bar of the browser.
However, for Android users, there is no need to enable it manually in the browser.
For you to enable the DApp browser on your Android, you will have to follow these steps as explained.
So now navigate your pointer to Trust Wallet >>> to Settings >>> to Preferences >>> to DApp browser >>> and finally to Enable.
Now that you have the trust://browser_enabled, you can make use of it anytime by simply tapping on the browser image. You can locate the browser icon on the navigation bar beneath the application.
Unfortunately, for iPhone and IOS users, the DApp can’t be on the installed application.
Rather, you will have to enable it manually for you to be able to use the dispersed apps.
Failure to do so will hinder you from using the PancakeSwap and Uniswap to swap tokens.
This post will guide you through trust://browser_enable, and the complete steps on how to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet. Secondly, we look at what DApps are, and finally, how the DApp browser can be removed from iOS.
How to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet (Trust://browser_enable)
Now let us look at how you can enable the DApp browser on the trust wallet the best way.
In order to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet, you will have to download and install a browser like Microsoft Edge and then open it.
Note, the Safari browser also works perfectly too.
Once you have opened a browser on your device, the next step is to copy and paste trust://browser_enable into the URL field of your browser.
Now that you have pasted the trust //browser enabled in the URL field of your browser, click on go to search for it.
Once it is searched, a message will pop-up telling you to open the Trust Wallet page.
This is an example of the pop-up message you will see. Open this page in trust?.
Finally, you will have to tap on the Open and the page will open Trust Wallet.
Following the process above will enable the DApp browser Trust Wallet (trust //browser_enable) for you.
If you want to navigate it, you can do so by tapping on the browser beneath the application navigation bar.
Please note: kindly follow this guide step by step, because if you fail to manually enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet correctly, you will not see the browser symbol or icon.
These are the simple three-step process illustrations for trust://browser_enable and how to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet with graphics.
Step One >> Open a Browser
Step Two >> Paste trust://browser_enable on your browser
Step Three >> Navigate and use DApp
Step One >>> Open a Browser
Alright, the thing to do is to open a browser on your phone. I always prefer Safari or Edge.
If you’re an iPhone or any iOS device user, I would recommend that you open the Safari browser, since it works perfectly in my experience.
Though, I’m not in any way trying to say that it doesn’t work on other browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, or edge browsers.
Important Update: On the 18th June, 2021, Trust Wallet announced the removal of the DApp browser on IOS devices. If you are an iPhone user or any other iOS device, kindly read this guide to the end to get abreast of how to use PancakeSwap on your preferred browser.
Sometimes, you may find some challenges when enabling the DApp browser on trust wallet using the Chrome browser.
For instance, in most cases, the Chrome browser may not pop-up the open page for Trust Wallet to be installed..
And because of this, you find it extremely difficult to enable the DApp browser on your device.
However, with the Safari browser, you won’t encounter such issues. That is why I said Safari is the best browser to enable DApp browser on trust wallet.
This tutorial is an anchor on how to enable the DApp browser on trust Wallet using the Safari browser. However, the same steps apply to other browsers.
The first thing to do to enable the DApp browser on a trust wallet is to navigate to the Safari browser on your phone and open it..
In the event that you can not find a safari browser, simply swipe down from the center of your iPhone screen, then type safari in the search space and open it when it appears.
Now, the next step is to copy the trusted browser short code. I mean copy this phrase trust //browser enable and paste it on your browser. This will take us to step two.
Step Two >> Paste trust://browser_enable on your browser
As shown in the image below, this step requires you to paste trust://browser_enable into your browser.
On your phone, tap on the safari browser icon, and the last and recently opened tab will open.
So at the top left of the Safari, there is a search bar.
If you are using an iPhone or any of the IOS devices, you have to copy and paste the phrase mentioned earlier in order to enable the DApp browser on trust wallet.
Now copy this phrase, trust://browser_enable, and paste it on your browser to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet.
Let us take practical steps for a better understanding. To start, quickly paste the phrase trust://browser_enable into the safari browser URL field.
Next is to click the go to search for the phrase that you have pasted in the URL field.
Immediately after you hit go to search, a pop-up message will appear on your phone screen as shown above. This pop-up alerts you to open the trust wallet page.
This is what the display message looks like: Open this page in “Trust”? ” On the displayed message, you will have the option to either open the Trust Wallet or cancel the trust wallet.
Note: If you tap the cancel option, you will have to start the process over again. So make sure you click on the cancel option, OK..
Rather, you will have to click on the “Open” option which will open your requested page on Trust Wallet. Now let us move to the next and final step in this method.
3. Navigate and use DApp
Immediately you click on Open in the pop-up, the Trust Wallet will be opened. And subsequently, the DApp browser will automatically be enabled for you.
Hurray!!! You have successfully enabled the DApp browser on your phone. Now you can navigate to see the DApp browser.
Method Number Two
First: You will have to open a browser and navigate to PancakeSwap, where you may connect to WalletConnect.
You will be unable to access it due to Trust Wallet’s prohibition on the DApp browser. Fortunately, if you use a decentralized exchange such as PancakeSwap, you may circumvent this restriction.
To begin, open a browser such as Safari or Chrome and navigate to the PancakeSwap website.
Then, on the top navigation bar, touch “Connect.” After tapping “Connect,” the “Connect to a wallet” pop-up window will open.
The pop-up window will provide a list of bitcoin wallets to which you may connect. Rather than tapping “TrustWallet,” tap “WalletConnect.” Avoid tapping on “TrustWallet” as this may result in a provider error.
Secondly: Establish a connection with Trust Wallet
After tapping on “WalletConnect,” another pop-up window will appear. The pop-up window will provide a list of bitcoin wallets to which you may connect. To connect to the Trust Wallet, tap on “Trust.”
Following your tap on “Trust,” another pop-up message will appear. The pop-up notice will direct you to the Trust Wallet page. To open the page on Trust Wallet, tap on “Open.”
Thirdly:Tap “Connect” to establish a connection with PancakeSwap.
After tapping on “Open,” Trust Wallet will launch. A “Connect” button will appear on the Trust Wallet. To link Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap, tap on “Connect.”
If the button is not visible, try force-closing and re-opening the app. Then perform the previous step once again.
Trust Wallet will be connected to PancakeSwap once you hit the “Connect” button. You may verify this by checking the PancakeSwap’s top-right corner.
Your Trust Wallet address is shown in the top-right corner of the webpage. Without activating the DApp browser, you’ve successfully linked Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap!
What are Trust Wallet’s DApps?
In Trust Wallet, DApps refer to decentralized apps. The DApp browser is a Web3-compliant browser that enables the use of decentralized apps such as PancakeSwap.
If you’re using an iPhone/iOS device, you must enable it manually.mPancakeSwap will allow you to exchange BNB for Safemoon.
The DApp browser connects you to a decentralized application in a simple and safe manner. Its UI is simple to use and mobile responsive.
Although the number of decentralized applications is limited, Trust Wallet is steadily growing. This is because their objective is to create a community of open-source decentralized apps.
Trust Wallet collaborates with developers to ensure that consumers get the best possible experience.
Is Trust Wallet’s DApp browser no longer available on iOS?
By June 2021, the DApp browser will be fully eliminated from Trust Wallet-enabled iOS devices.
This is to ensure that Trust Wallet can continue to provide its services to you in accordance with App Store standards.
However, if you activated the DApp browser on your iOS device before June 2021, you may still access it through the “History” feature.
Additionally, you will retain access to your funds and valuables. Regrettably, the removal of the DApp browser is required for future Trust Wallet upgrades.
If you’re using an Android smartphone, this will have no effect on you. If you’re using an iOS device, though, there are a handful of other ways to access DApps: You may access Trust Wallet using an Android handset.
On a mobile browser (e.g Chrome), navigate to PancakeSwap and touch on Connect >>>> WalletConnect >>>> Trust >>>> Open >>>> Connect >>>>> Redirect your browser to PancakeSwap.
This is because the DApp browser for Android devices is still activated. The second way is to connect to PancakeSwap’s Trust Wallet using WalletConnect.
It might be difficult to enable the DApp browser on iPhone/iOS devices since you have to utilize a browser.
For Android devices, however, the DApp browser does not need to be activated in the browser, as it may be enabled in the app’s “Preferences” setting.
To access the DApp browser, touch on the “Browser” icon in the app’s bottom navigation bar.
Afterwards, you’ll be able to use decentralized programs such as PancakeSwap and Uniswap on Trust Wallet. Happy Reading