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How do I reset a password remember exception on Firefox for Android?

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I know on desktop android I can Tools>Options>Security>Exceptions, but I can't find anything in Firefox for Android, and

Is there a way to remove a website after clicking 'never' for the password remember question?

Thanks

I know on desktop android I can Tools>Options>Security>Exceptions, but I can't find anything in Firefox for Android, and Is there a way to remove a website after clicking 'never' for the password remember question? Thanks

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You can go to the page settings in Firefox for Android.

  1. Tap on the three dot menu
  2. Tap on "Page"
  3. Select "Edit Site Settings"

If there is nothing listed there, it is possible to edit individual auto fill password entries with this add on: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/andr.../mobile-password-manager/

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Chosen Solution

You can go to the page settings in Firefox for Android.

  1. Tap on the three dot menu
  2. Tap on "Page"
  3. Select "Edit Site Settings"

If there is nothing listed there, it is possible to edit individual auto fill password entries with this add on: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/andr.../mobile-password-manager/

You can go to the page settings in Firefox for Android. # Tap on the three dot menu #Tap on "Page" # Select "Edit Site Settings" If there is nothing listed there, it is possible to edit individual auto fill password entries with this add on: [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/android/addon/mobile-password-manager/]
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UPDATE: This item has moved!

Instead of using the menu, tap the site icon (favicon) in the address bar. This should display a floating panel with a link to Edit Site Settings.

UPDATE: This item has moved! Instead of using the menu, tap the site icon (favicon) in the address bar. This should display a floating panel with a link to Edit Site Settings.