If I change to another app and then return to Firefox, I often find that Firefox has "dumped" the data and I must reload all tabs. Sometimes this happens to tabs I have l…
If I change to another app and then return to Firefox, I often find that Firefox has "dumped" the data and I must reload all tabs. Sometimes this happens to tabs I have left open a little while even though I have not left the browser. It also happens if I lock the screen. I assume the purpose is to free memory for other tasks but I find it very wasteful in terms if data use. Is there any way to prevent this?
I've bought this Proscan tablet for a sister that doesn't know much of computers & doesn't has an internet conection where she lives. I'm in the process of teaching h…
I've bought this Proscan tablet for a sister that doesn't know much of computers & doesn't has an internet conection where she lives. I'm in the process of teaching her how to use this artifact, but in the process I thought it would be a good idea if I could download some videos from the web to show her some of the things this's useful for.
Many of the tried videos needed the flash plugin so I already took care of that. BTW, I d/l the FF 27 version because I read somewhere it was the last version that support the plugin. So now what's needed is the apropriate extension version's addrs for the android platform (.apk file) to install it for me to be able to move on.
The few times I've used FF on the tablet it has shown to be a little untable (sudden closure or exiting) but, nonetheless, I've been so proud for many years now of my choice of FF against any other browser that I want to keep going in this direction until I either succeed or fail, but not before I give my best effort in making this a success adventure.
Thanks in adance to anybody sharing the require info or for a better solution!
I'm stuck on Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread), and I can't upgrade to something better at the moment. I started using Firefox for android because I like the desktop version, a…
I'm stuck on Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread), and I can't upgrade to something better at the moment. I started using Firefox for android because I like the desktop version, and also because the default google browser won't let me long press and download any image (only certain images, I don't know why).
I like the Firefox browser, but when I click in the search field on the home page, the mic icon does not appear on the keyboard. However, if I go into the Android keyboard settings, I can switch voice input to 'mic on symbols keyboard,' and this works fine. But this is kind of annoying workaround, because I have to to switch to symbols keyboard anywhere else I want to use voice to text.
I opened up the Google browser, and it seems to work the same way when I tap on the 'search or type url' field at the top, *however* even though there is no mic button on the keyboard, there is a mic icon next to the search field.
I also noticed that if I tap on the search field in the middle of the screen for Google.com, the regular keyboard with the mic on the main keyboard comes up normally as expected. So I opened up Google.com in the Firefox browser, and it worked the same there also. So I guess my question is, is there any way to make the mic appear on the main keyboard on the default home for Firefox in the search field? And if not, is there a way to add a mic icon next to that field, as in the Google browser?