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when I am setting link "facebook.com/pages/"+pageid" –BSKANIA Mar 7 '14 at 7:38 Omit the 'pages/'-part ->use "facebook.com/" +pageId –Murmel Feb 19 '15 at 13:50 add a comment up vote 20 down vote Here's the way to do it in 2016, works great, and is very easy. The intent for the Twitter app will be selected but it will not be able to process it as it is disabled. if your URL is you should put EXAMPLEPAGE at the end of this URL, after the ? String YourPageURL = " Intent browserIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW, Uri.parse(YourPageURL)); startActivity(browserIntent); shareimprove this answer edited May 16 '16 at 20:59 answered May 14 '16 at 21:40 Someguy123 864821 1 this should become the accepted answer in 2016 –grAPPfruit Jun 20 '16 at 14:11 1 Works perfectly, even in 2016. EDIT: since version 11.0.0.11.23 (3002850) Facebook App do not support this way anymore, there's another way, check the response below from Jared Rummler. –Irshu Apr 19 '17 at 7:43 add a comment up vote 2 down vote To do this we need the "Facebook page id", you can get it : from the page go to "About". shareimprove this answer edited Mar 9 '16 at 16:17 Daniele Segato 7,07433554 answered Apr 18 '12 at 15:59 joaomgcd 3,43821932 1 Thanks for this, helped me out greatly! Now if only there was a way to do it for twitter –Evan R. Instead of: context.getPackageManager().getPackageInfo("com.facebook.katana", 0); return new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW, Uri.parse("fb://profile/620681997952698")); You can use the following to decide what to do: PackageInfo info = context.getPackageManager().getPackageInfo("com.facebook.katana", 0); if(info.applicationInfo.enabled) return new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW, Uri.parse("fb://profile/620681997952698")); else return new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW, Uri.parse(" shareimprove this answer answered Feb 18 '14 at 16:53 igordcard 1,2351320 add a comment up vote 3 down vote After much testing I have found one of the most effective solutions: private void openFacebookApp() { String facebookUrl = "www.facebook.com/XXXXXXXXXX"; String facebookID = "XXXXXXXXX"; try { int versionCode = getActivity().getApplicationContext().getPackageManager().getPackageInfo("com.facebook.katana", 0).versionCode; if(!facebookID.isEmpty()) { // open the Facebook app using facebookID (fb://profile/facebookID or fb://page/facebookID) Uri uri = Uri.parse("fb://page/" + facebookID); startActivity(new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW, uri)); } else if (versionCode >= 3002850 && !facebookUrl.isEmpty()) { // open Facebook app using facebook url Uri uri = Uri.parse("fb://facewebmodal/f?href=" + facebookUrl); startActivity(new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW, uri)); } else { // Facebook is not installed. For iPhone, there exists the fb:// URL scheme, but trying the same thing on my Android device throws an ActivityNotFoundException. –Jared Rummler Jul 3 '14 at 19:32 1 DjHacktorReborn Just checked, working here. You should use fb://facewebmodal/f?href= for newer versions. –nheimann1 Oct 29 '12 at 9:49 Yes, the solution has stopped to work. English (US) Nederlands Frysk Espaol Portugus (Brasil) Privacy Terms Advertising Ad Choices Cookies More Criminal Case App Privacy App Terms Report/Contact -->. Terms of Service Privacy . Still looking for this ! Any solution ? –RegisAG Jan 19 '17 at 15:50 1 Still works in September 2017 –Michael Sep 18 '17 at 2:52 show 3 more comments up vote 10 down vote A more reusable approach. Jul 26 '12 at 4:08 2 Has this been documented anywhere in Facebook forums? –Enigma Sep 24 '12 at 7:06 3 For a list of url schemes available on iOS see wiki.akosma.com/IPhoneURLSchemes - some of them should work also on Android –FrancescoR Oct 26 '12 at 15:11 7 & here's the answer of that issue; use "page" instead of profile - stackoverflow.com/a/15872383/1433187 –Khobaib Nov 18 '13 at 11:05 3 DjHacktorReborn is right, neither fb://profile/ nor fb://page/ are working anymore starting fb v11 –sam Jul 1 '14 at 20:21 show 14 more comments up vote 106 down vote In Facebook version 11.0.0.11.23 (3002850) fb://profile/ and fb://page/ no longer work. By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies. Built exclusively for the Apple small business market. Somedays, you just just need Facebook and Gro CRM to work together, but the native integration either a) doesn't exist or b) doesn't do what you want. –Hammad Nasir Oct 7 '17 at 18:19 add a comment up vote 21 down vote this is the simplest code for doing this public final void launchFacebook() { final String urlFb = "fb://page/"+yourpageid; Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW); intent.setData(Uri.parse(urlFb)); // If a Facebook app is installed, use it. Select a Trigger and Action from the lists to start creating a Zap! Continue What Is Zapier? You use lots of apps to get your work done. –doubotis Jul 1 '16 at 8:17 2 When I use this, the header of the Facebook page I'm referencing is missing in the Facebook app, e.g. Stack Overflow Questions Developer Jobs Tags Users current community help chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. (Similar to other answers in terms for facts. Create Account Create a new account. You can find this class through {link * Context#getPackageManager()}. Better together. Is there a chance to open a Facebook profile in the official Facebook app from code? android facebook url-scheme shareimprove this question asked Jan 26 '11 at 22:28 Bjrn Marschollek 6,71583357 1 There's a thread that doesn't have an answer on the facebook dev forums: forum.developers.facebook.net/viewtopic.php?pid=255227 (adding it here because it shows there's not an obvious answer, and maybe it'll get answered there someday.) –James Moore Sep 4 '11 at 17:45 add a comment 18 Answers 18 active oldest votes up vote 216 down vote accepted This works on the latest version: Go to ( for instance) Copy your id Use this method: public static Intent getOpenFacebookIntent(Context context) { try { context.getPackageManager().getPackageInfo("com.facebook.katana", 0); return new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW, Uri.parse("fb://page/ ")); } catch (Exception e) { return new Intent(Intent.ACTIONVIEW, Uri.parse(" ")); } } This will open the Facebook app if the user has it installed. 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