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The update

After this update Firefox is usless on my Android Phone. I do not have the time to learn all over again how to use a browser I already have used for years! Everything is… (read more)

After this update Firefox is usless on my Android Phone. I do not have the time to learn all over again how to use a browser I already have used for years! Everything is different. I hate it. I will use Chrome instead!

Asked by jonas12 1 day ago

Answered by Seburo 1 day ago

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Restoring mobile/Android tabs after accidentally "Close All Tabs"

Hi, Unfortunately I lost over 130 tabs today after accidentally hitting "close all tabs" while trying to open up a private session. The lack of failsafe asking if I'm sur… (read more)

Hi,

Unfortunately I lost over 130 tabs today after accidentally hitting "close all tabs" while trying to open up a private session. The lack of failsafe asking if I'm sure or offering to undo this means weeks of research down the drain.

Some of the tabs have been open for weeks, and others just for days... which means finding the older tabs through my history is almost an impossibility.

I have Mozilla Synch activated and was hoping there might be a way to sync tabs onto my desktop browser from a few hours ago, or even from a day ago. Is this possible? Do any other methods exist to restore these tabs? I've tried scouring forums for answers and I'm getting desperate.

Thank you

Asked by v. 2 days ago

Answered by Seburo 2 days ago

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A Concerning Issue

Kaggle has always been my goto when it comes to micro courses and since Chrome on Android handles heavy sites pretty well, I've always used Chrome for kaggle.com. and for… (read more)

Kaggle has always been my goto when it comes to micro courses and since Chrome on Android handles heavy sites pretty well, I've always used Chrome for kaggle.com. and for article reading and stuffs, Firefox has always been no. 1 for me. Today what I noticed while being on Chrome for Android, (screenshot below) is that on this link, on the navigation bar there showed a (i) symbol, although it was on https, however, after copying the link to Firefox browser, it showed (screenshot below) that the site was secure. I wonder if it's because the site had https meant to Firefox that the site was secure? I of course had https add-on enabled. Is firefox overlooking the fact that the site is not secure, or is that its actually secure in Firefox but not in Chrome.

Asked by Samiul Joy 1 week ago

Answered by Seburo 1 week ago

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unfortunately lost bookmarks in my android

Hi, As far as I know, I have been using sync option for my bookmarks for almost 6 years or so, and I used them in multiple devices (smartphones). Now, I don't have the o… (read more)

Hi,

As far as I know, I have been using sync option for my bookmarks for almost 6 years or so, and I used them in multiple devices (smartphones). Now, I don't have the other devices and also I lost all my important bookmarks and their passwords.

I reinstalled it now, and don't have my stuff. 

I request you to please do the needful.

Regards,

Ravooru Kalyan Kumar.

Asked by kalyanyug 1 week ago

Answered by Seburo 1 week ago

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sports.music dancing

[[How can I personally display Open Badges?|links text and extras in generalii in free internet access and use in all aspects of website development custom mobile phone i… (read more)

[[How can I personally display Open Badges?|links text and extras in generalii in free internet access and use in all aspects of website development custom mobile phone iPhone and Android applications for my mother and my family and friends with benefits situation and how many times directly related searches in this case is a very happy and healthy New year and the rest of my life and the rest of your website and the other side of the most important for me to do the needful and confirm 6

Asked by Rodolfo fernandez8 6 days ago

Last reply by Seburo 6 days ago

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Resetting Master-Pass with synced devices.

Hello dear Firefox community, I have Firefox lockwise installed on both my PC and my Android smartphone. I have set a master password on my PC, but not on the smartphone.… (read more)

Hello dear Firefox community,

I have Firefox lockwise installed on both my PC and my Android smartphone. I have set a master password on my PC, but not on the smartphone. I have recently changed that password and forgot it. The only workaround is resetting the master password and in this process losing all the passwords on the PC. So far so good. The question I have now is: can I safely remove my master password and all my passwords from my PC and somehow reimport it from my smartphone? If that is not the case, is there any possibility exporting the passwords from my smartphone?

Cheers, Felix

Asked by haichen 1 week ago

Answered by cor-el 1 week ago