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Unable to import certificate authority into Firefox Daylight

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I have a certificate for SSL browsing on a local network device. There does not appear to currently be a way to import the certificate into Firefox Daylight.

In older versions of Firefox for Android, the method seemed to be to publish the certificate on a web server with the MIME type `application/x-x509-ca-cert`, then navigate to the certificate in Firefox. This no longer works -- instead either downloading the certificate or displaying its contents as text.

Another suggestion I was able to find is to toggle `security.enterprise_roots.enabled` to true in `about:config` and import the certificate into the system certificate store. However, `about:config` is not exposed to the user in Firefox Daylight

Does there exist a way to import a certificate authority into Firefox on Android?

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