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where are downloads stored on the phone?

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downloaded 2 files and can see them in app as downloads but cannot find them using file manager root explorer. need to move them to sdcard

downloaded 2 files and can see them in app as downloads but cannot find them using file manager root explorer. need to move them to sdcard

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Android; Linux armv7l; rv:7.0a2) Gecko/ Firefox/7.0a2 Fennec/7.0a2

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Matt Brubeck 145 solutions 1390 answers

Downloads are stored to the default download folder on your phone, which is usually /sdcard/download or /sdcard/downloads, depending on the version of Android you are using.

Downloads are stored to the default download folder on your phone, which is usually /sdcard/download or /sdcard/downloads, depending on the version of Android you are using.

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rhwy were nor 266MB and 366MB means i cold not miss them happened again wirh another file. redownloaded rhied file with stock browswe amd dile went to download folder like it should. more info inspire 4g running Ninja716 with LoMod 6.8 kernel. thanks for the help love the browser but until it downloads to the correct folder i will have to use alt if i want to d

rhwy were nor 266MB and 366MB means i cold not miss them happened again wirh another file. redownloaded rhied file with stock browswe amd dile went to download folder like it should. more info inspire 4g running Ninja716 with LoMod 6.8 kernel. thanks for the help love the browser but until it downloads to the correct folder i will have to use alt if i want to d
Matt Brubeck 145 solutions 1390 answers

Sorry about that, and thanks for the extra details. We'll see if we can find the cause of the problem and fix it in a future version.

Sorry about that, and thanks for the extra details. We'll see if we can find the cause of the problem and fix it in a future version.
Matt Brubeck 145 solutions 1390 answers

Ah, I think this might be caused by bug 596370: If the file you click on is automatically opened by another application, Firefox will delete it when the browser closes. If you want to save the file permanently instead of just viewing it once, you can press-and-hold on the link and choose "Save Link" instead of just tapping it.

This is a known problem with Firefox that I hope will be fixed in a future version.

Ah, I think this might be caused by [https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=596370 bug 596370]: If the file you click on is automatically opened by another application, Firefox will delete it when the browser closes. If you want to save the file permanently instead of just viewing it once, you can press-and-hold on the link and choose "Save Link" instead of just tapping it. This is a known problem with Firefox that I hope will be fixed in a future version.

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