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Facebook OAuth "Unsupported" in Chrome on iOS

You can use the redirection method as follow for this case (by detecting the user agent being chrome ios):


See more info here https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/login-flow-for-web-no-jssdk/

Remark: I personnaly use the server OAuth in that case but this should do the trick and is quite simple

This is how I did it (fixing iOS chrome specifically)

// fix iOS Chromeif( navigator.userAgent.match('CriOS') )    window.open('https://www.facebook.com/dialog/oauth?client_id='+appID+'&redirect_uri='+ document.location.href +'&scope=email,public_profile', '', null);else    FB.login(null, {scope: 'email,public_profile'});

Here is a complete workaround for your FB JS Auth on Chrome iOS issue http://seanshadmand.com/2015/03/06/facebook-js-login-on-chrome-ios-workaround/

JS functions to check auth, open FB auth page manually and refresh auth tokens on original page once complete:

function openFBLoginDialogManually(){  // Open your auth window containing FB auth page   // with forward URL to your Opened Window handler page (below)  var redirect_uri = "&redirect_uri=" + ABSOLUTE_URI + "fbjscomplete";  var scope = "&scope=public_profile,email,user_friends";  var url = "https://www.facebook.com/dialog/oauth?client_id=" + FB_ID + redirect_uri + scope;  // notice the lack of other param in window.open  // for some reason the opener is set to null  // and the opened window can NOT reference it  // if params are passed. #Chrome iOS Bug  window.open(url);}function fbCompleteLogin(){  FB.getLoginStatus(function(response) {    // Calling this with the extra setting "true" forces    // a non-cached request and updates the FB cache.    // Since the auth login elsewhere validated the user    // this update will now asyncronously mark the user as authed  }, true);}function requireLogin(callback){    FB.getLoginStatus(function(response) {        if (response.status != "connected"){            showLogin();        }else{            checkAuth(response.authResponse.accessToken, response.authResponse.userID, function(success){              // Check FB tokens against your API to make sure user is valid            });        }    });}

And the Opener Handler that FB auth forwards to and calls a refresh to the main page. Note the window.open in Chrome iOS has bugs too so call it correctly as noted above:

<html><head><script type="text/javascript">function handleAuth(){    // once the window is open     window.opener.fbCompleteLogin();    window.close();    }</script><body onload="handleAuth();">    <p>. . . </p></body></head></html>