After enabling Google search on the Android version of edge browser, it is found that the still Bing

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In the setting of edge browser of Android version, after manually modifying the search engine to Google, baidu or 360, restart the browser, I will find that Bing is still forced to be used when searching in the new tab, rather than the modified engines. I tried canary, Dev and beta, and none of the modifications worked. In the edge browser of Windows version, the modification can take effect. The search engine used to create a new tab can correctly reflect my modification.

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