Firefox accounts syncs your passwords, bookmarks and history across multiple devices. If you notice suspicious activity on your Firefox account (like someone signing in from an unknown device), there are steps you can take to prevent further access to your information. First, change your Sync password from a synced computer This first step will prevent devices with your old Firefox accounts password from connecting to the Sync server and getting all of the new passwords that you will have to create in the next section.
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How to enable sync on Firefox for Android to sync your bookmarks, history, logins and open tabs across devices.
Sync bookmarks, history, open tabs, and logins on your Android devices. Learn how to sign in and connect to your account.
This article describes what you should do to prevent someone from accessing your passwords on a lost device with Firefox Sync.
Learn how to save, sync and access your logins in Firefox for Android
Learn how to select what information (bookmarks, add-ons, browsing history and other data) to share across your devices with Firefox Sync.
When you sign in to your Firefox Account, you can access your open tabs across all your synced devices.
This article explains what to do if you forget or lose your Firefox Account password and can't access your Sync account.
Share tabs with your synced devices or with other apps.
Generate an account recovery key, so you can sign in to your Firefox account to regain access to your synced data, in case you forget your password.