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Hi, is there plans Firefox for Android to work with .p12 certificates like desktop versions for Windows, MAC and Linux?

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I used Firefox 26 at Android 4.2.1 and try to sign docs in bank application but receive a message ”window.crypto Error:undefined, TypeError: window.crypto.signText is not a function”.

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this is quite a specialised subject. i'd recommend filing a bug for that at bugzilla.mozilla.org - then it will hopefully reach the developers who might be able to answer it or fix the problem...

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hello Runner2014, you might want to try it with this addon: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/addcertificate/

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Hello Philipp, thank you for your answer.

I used this addon and i have certificate in the browser, i can choose it, but when try to sign docs with it, i receive this message ”window.crypto Error:undefined, TypeError: window.crypto.signText is not a function”.

My be 'window.crypto.signText' function is not supported in Firefox for Android, so question is there plans browser to work with this function or how it can be enabled.

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this is quite a specialised subject. i'd recommend filing a bug for that at bugzilla.mozilla.org - then it will hopefully reach the developers who might be able to answer it or fix the problem...

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OK. I go to filing a bug at bugzilla.mozilla.org. Thank's again.