Send performance data to Mozilla to help improve Firefox OS

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Telemetry is an optional feature of Firefox OS that measures non-personal information such as memory consumption, app performance, and feature usage. It sends this data to Mozilla on a daily basis, and helps us to identify bugs and improve performance.

For more information about what kind of data is collected and how it's used, see our privacy policy.

How do I turn Telemetry On or Off?

  1. Tap Settings 1.3 Settings 1.4 Settings- 2.0 (small) to open the Settings application.
  2. Tap the Improve B2G OS button and the settings window will appear.
  3. Tap the Submit performance data button to turn Telemetry on or off.

    Telemetry Firefox OS

    activate icon represents that Telemetry is enabled.
  1. Open the Settings app Settings 1.3 Settings 1.4 Settings- 2.0 (small) .
  2. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and tap Improve Firefox OS.
  3. Tap the box next to Submit performance data to turn Telemetry on or off (a check mark means it's on.)


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