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When troubleshooting Firefox problems, resetting user preferences can be helpful in pinpointing the issue. This article explains how to do it.
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How to disconnect a device and clear its data from Firefox Sync.
The Firefox Accounts toolbar menu lets you know when you are synced. You can personalize it with your own avatar.
This article describes what you should do to prevent someone from accessing your passwords on a lost device with Firefox Sync.
AVG Password Protection can cause passwords and logins stored in Firefox to disappear after a recent Firefox update. Learn how to fix.
Sync your bookmarks, history, passwords, add-ons and open tabs with another device, profile or version of Firefox. Learn how to set up Sync.
Hi all, I've searched and read all I can about his topic but although I see many that are almost exactly like it, I don't see any that are exactly like it. The advice to set Firefox with all bookmarks, extension, etc. like I want it then click "Disconnect" in Sync the reconnect is a common "fix" but it does not work. The problem is this: Evidently, some time ago I did a sync on some device or another that had Firefox, possibly Ubuntu on my laptop. Also evident is the fact that the bookmarks, extensions, etc. are a huge mess in that sync. Now when I re-installed Firefox on my desktop yesterday and placed my good backup of the profile into the proper profile folder, which is exactly like I want everything , all is good at this point, I then sign in to Sync and instantly the "bad" sync comes "in" and garbles everything into a mess. So my question is whether there is a way (I'm sure it's simple, I'm just dense) to use this current Firefox on my desktop to be the "master" that all other devices sync to? I just described above what happens when I set it exactly like I like it then sign in to sync, so that's no good as a solution. Thank you in advance for any assistance you may be able to provide.
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