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I'm visiting www.facebook.com on the web browser on a Samsung Galaxy Tab, Android version 2.2, and I can't find any way to log out of Facebook once I'm logged in.

I want to emphasize that I'm not using a native app, but instead viewing Facebook in a mobile browser, in this case the native webkit browser.

Edit: I don't appear to have a "More" button to click on to log out. Any other ideas?

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You might be able to logout of there from a desktop browser.

  1. Login to Facebook
  2. Go to Account -> Account Settings
  3. In the Settings tab (the first one), go to Account Security
  4. Click on changeenter image description here
  5. Go to Account Activity -> Most Recent Activityenter image description here
  6. You should see the session from your phone.
  7. Click on end activity

From here: https://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=211990645501187

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Use the More drop-down menu on the right of the navigation bar at the top. It has the Log Out option towards the end.

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I don't appear to have that button, see updated screenshot. =( –  Raul Agrait Jun 27 '11 at 19:26
    
@Raul can you also add the URL that you are looking at then –  Dmitry Selitskiy Jun 28 '11 at 0:22
    
I enter "facebook.com";, which gets redirected to "m.facebook.com";. –  Raul Agrait Jun 28 '11 at 1:03
    
This is bizarre. Which version of Android are you running? Stock standard browser as I understand, yes? –  Dmitry Selitskiy Jun 28 '11 at 1:04
    
@Dmitry Android 2.2, using stock standard browser. –  Raul Agrait Jun 28 '11 at 16:57
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