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For over a decade, mobile users have had no addons for browsers (including Firefox,) how much longer will this last? There are like 10 sponsored addons (out of 10 million) that install, and the rest just let you download the .xpi
For over a decade, mobile users have had no addons for browsers (including Firefox,) how much longer will this last? There are like 10 sponsored addons (out of 10 million for desktop) that install, the rest only let you download the .xpi file (with nowhere to put the file.) Where is the mobile Firefox extensions folder to put the .xpi files for mobile Firefox? I have been waiting for over a decade for such basic support, I am about to abandon Android forever.
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I do not understand your reference to "a decade" - Firefox has had add-ons for most, if not all, of that time.
There are currently 22 add-ons available for Firefox for Android and more are due to be supported in the future. In the meantime, this support article should help:
I mean that after my laptop was stolen a decade ago, I settled for Android because of the promises that in a few years it would reach feature parity with Windows XP. That was a decade ago. It had about 10 addons for Firefox back then. A decade later, it is still the same. Some features were actually removed since then. It just keeps getting worse and worse every year.
I wasted several hours on this again today and all I found was a workaround that lets you download the .xpi file, which seems to be the advanced trick you are referring to. The .xpi file is worthless if there is no extensions folder for mobile Firefox to access from a file manager. `mv *.xpi /storage/emulated/0/Android/data/org.mozilla.firefox_beta/extensions` from command promptDo outputs "Access denied" Do I need to use kingroot for extensions to work?
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I would not recommend rooting your Android device.