im having trouble with connecting to facebook from my mobile, ive tried clearing the cache and turning the porxy off, but still does not work it comes up with redirecting to another server and throwa me back to the login page can anyone help please?
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No. Clearing the cache only does remove like cookies on your computer that were making its internet connection speed slow down a little. you will only need to login again once you want to view your face book page. Unless you had some special settings that were kind of extensions and trackers, clearing the cache will not affect your facebook page and its usage.
Clear all your recent history, individual cookies and caches(you'll find all this option under tools and Option, depend on which internet browser you are using) from the browser and try sing out now.... now it you should be able to sing out from your face book account.
Can you connect to any other websites? If not, then you may have a problem with your connectivity. If you can. then try to go to facebook from a different browser (firefox, IE, Safari, Opera). Also, you can try to clear your cache and cookies . This guide will help you , depending on what browse you're using: http://www.google.com/support/accounts/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=32050
If you're getting an hour glass and too long to respond, your computer has troubles connecting to facebook's servers. The reason why you CAN login using another computer is because it is using another ISP (internet service provider).
You can do the following:
1. Clear your browser's cache. 2. Flush your DNS by opening a command prompt and type: ipconfig /flushdns