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Half black screen. Non responsive link. After upgrading to version 26 on Android 2.3.6

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Hello.

I had firefox 14 installed on my Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus- Android 2.3.6.

Everything was working properly untill i upgraded to firefox version 26.

Suddenly when i request a web page, either it is blocked with a half-black layer at the half bottom of it, which is not clickable. So if i need to see something at the bottom i have to use some difficult way to scroll upper part of page.

Or. The web links are totally non responsive. It's like there is no link in the first place.

I don't understand sometimes the need for such updates which cause a major drawback to firefox, when the older version is completly working perfectly.

regards, Walid

Hello. I had firefox 14 installed on my Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus- Android 2.3.6. Everything was working properly untill i upgraded to firefox version 26. Suddenly when i request a web page, either it is blocked with a half-black layer at the half bottom of it, which is not clickable. So if i need to see something at the bottom i have to use some difficult way to scroll upper part of page. Or. The web links are totally non responsive. It's like there is no link in the first place. I don't understand sometimes the need for such updates which cause a major drawback to firefox, when the older version is completly working perfectly. regards, Walid

Chosen solution

You can try a current nightly build of Firefox for android

https://nightly.mozilla.org/

There or some changes that might help.


OR

Uninstall Firefox , restart you phone and then again install Firefox from Google play. Don't download and install from other website.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Android; Mobile; rv:14.0) Gecko/14.0 Firefox/14.0.1

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Chosen Solution

You can try a current nightly build of Firefox for android

https://nightly.mozilla.org/

There or some changes that might help.


OR

Uninstall Firefox , restart you phone and then again install Firefox from Google play. Don't download and install from other website.

You can try a current nightly build of Firefox for android https://nightly.mozilla.org/ There or some changes that might help. OR Uninstall Firefox , restart you phone and then again install Firefox from Google play. Don't download and install from other website.