Site reloads when screen is locked or switch apps

On my android phone every time I minimize the browser window whenever I reopen it it reopens/reloads the site I'm viewing & I loose the info I was seeing, gor example… (read more)

On my android phone every time I minimize the browser window whenever I reopen it it reopens/reloads the site I'm viewing & I loose the info I was seeing, gor example I'd see the status of my pizza order & when I open another app & then come back to the site it would show me the home site. Or if I pause a video to go to another app, when I come back it would play the video from the biggining. Lets say Im reading a 5 pharagraph article, I read the 1st 2, minimize the browser or lock my phone, when I go back to the site it loads from the very top/beggining of the article.

Please help! It is extremely frustrating & Idk why this happens since it didn't happen on any other phones I've used.

Asked by eterwrd 3 days ago

Undesirable reloads of websites

When I'm attempting to upload files to a website, Firefox reloads the website after selecting my files which causes all data entered to be erased from the fill boxes. At … (read more)

When I'm attempting to upload files to a website, Firefox reloads the website after selecting my files which causes all data entered to be erased from the fill boxes. At the very least, it would be desirable to maintain the website in the foreground in memory without a reload to prevent this behavior. This also holds true for websites requiring a verification code that often resends a new code upon refresh. This behavior started with the most recent optimization of the Firefox code. I believe it is most prominent when I have other apps running in the background. But, at the very least, please let the foreground website remain in resident memory without requiring a reload.

Asked by jupiterict 21 hours ago

Where did the "open in app" in the menu option go?

There used to be a menu option to open the current tab in app via "open in app". For example, I could find a link to reddit, and then select that menu option to open the … (read more)

There used to be a menu option to open the current tab in app via "open in app". For example, I could find a link to reddit, and then select that menu option to open the current tab to a reddit client app.

With the menu option gone, I'm unable to open links that are supported in other apps. The option to "open in apps" in the settings don't work either.

Is there a setting that I'm missing to get the menu option back?

Asked by Will 6 days ago

Last reply by Will 17 hours ago

Cannot access my account due to email no longer exists

unfortunately the email that was previously associated with my account is no longer active so I am unable to sign into my Firefox account is there a way to switch the ema… (read more)

unfortunately the email that was previously associated with my account is no longer active so I am unable to sign into my Firefox account is there a way to switch the email so I can log in?

Asked by tedwards22890 17 hours ago

Last reply by tedwards22890 16 hours ago

URL Bar Symbols

Some URLs show up with a padlock symbol & others with a blue dot in the lower right of the padlock. What does the blue dot mean? I'm using Firefox for Android running… (read more)

Some URLs show up with a padlock symbol & others with a blue dot in the lower right of the padlock. What does the blue dot mean?

I'm using Firefox for Android running ANDROID 10.

Thanks.

Asked by Bill 1 day ago

Last reply by Bill 5 hours ago

how do you open youtube videos in the app from firefox on android

This question is actually an answee- As at March 2021 when browsing in firefox if you wish to open a youtube video in the youtube app, press the menu button while on the … (read more)

This question is actually an answee- As at March 2021 when browsing in firefox if you wish to open a youtube video in the youtube app, press the menu button while on the youtube page for the video and find the option for "open in app" and it will do just that.

This question was previously posted and answered but now is out of date.

Thanks team!

Asked by Anonysmours 52 minutes ago