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jelleberentsen
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08-08-2012

In the current configuration, mobile hit data is automatically set to Javascript "Disabled" even if the mobile device is capable of executing Javascript.

Could this be enabled?

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The weird thing is that the Query Parameter "J" (which denotes JavaScript capabilities) reports this properly. But if you segment the Visitor Profile > Technology > JavaScript report to Visits from Mobile Devices then the report shows Disabled.

 

The separation between the Mobile and Technology reports is terrible. These should be fixed!

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10-09-2012

Even worse: when we manually set v = Y or N on our mobile flows, the data is still not maintained.