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How can I save all the settings I have made in "about: config". Thank you

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I have made many adjustments in "about: config" and I am going to change my phone, but I don't want to lose all the settings I made, since I don't remember everyone. Thank you

I have made many adjustments in "about: config" and I am going to change my phone, but I don't want to lose all the settings I made, since I don't remember everyone. Thank you
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Seburo
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Unfortunately I am not aware of a way to do this. Whereas with a desktop copy of Firefox you can move your profile between computers, there is no similar access to be able to do this with an app on Android.

Hi Unfortunately I am not aware of a way to do this. Whereas with a desktop copy of Firefox you can move your profile between computers, there is no similar access to be able to do this with an app on Android.
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cor-el
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Maybe take a screenshot of some important settings that you have changed.

Maybe take a screenshot of some important settings that you have changed.
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Hi Unfortunately I am not aware of a way to do this. Whereas with a desktop copy of Firefox you can move your profile between computers, there is no similar access to be able to do this with an app on Android.

I could already backup, you just need to buy titanium backup and have root. thank you

''Seburo [[#answer-1247498|said]]'' <blockquote> Hi Unfortunately I am not aware of a way to do this. Whereas with a desktop copy of Firefox you can move your profile between computers, there is no similar access to be able to do this with an app on Android. </blockquote> I could already backup, you just need to buy titanium backup and have root. thank you
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Yes, that is an option, but I tend to recommend avoiding rooting your device as it could increase the risk of future problems with your device.

Yes, that is an option, but I tend to recommend avoiding rooting your device as it could increase the risk of future problems with your device.
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