Some of the pages will load, then either go blank or only show a google icion with a bubble.
Syncs fine. I'll go to a tab and be able to see it as its loading. At the end of loading, the web page goes to either 1) blank, or 2) blank except that "g" google icon with a bubble next to it (usually you see these in a series, Facebook, twitter, google...). I can arrow back but when the page loads its starts the circile all over again. I have screen shots.
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- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_1_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9B206 Safari/7534.48.3
I think you can post the screen shots by replying to your own question.
(I don't have an iOS device and I've never used Firefox Home, so I'm not familiar with what could cause this.)
I have the same issue and I am not sure why this is occuring or why it started. The page loads and you see the content for a split second and then it goes blank. If you press the back button the page shows briefly again before going blank.
Why is this? The only work around I can find is to change browser option in Firefox home settings to Safari which defeats the purpose.
Currently running ios 5.1.1 not jailbroken
I don't know if you've found the problem or not... but if you're still looking for a solution. I was having this issue as well. google.ca would load no problem, but plus.google.com absolutely refused. It would load and most of the time I would see some text and a couple pictures, then the page would just go white, and that was it. I was also trying to check out a site "http://www.visualschema.com/" but I would only get a couple pictures to load. I decided to go through each Add-on and Extension one at a time to disable them. found out it's the PageTweak v.1.0.5 extension released Jan 7th 2011. Not sure if you have it installed, but if you do, I'm sure that's the cause. If not, then I would strongly suggest you disable your "Plug-ins/Add-ons" and or your Extensions, and restart firefox. If one of them is conflicting, that will tell you. If you're not sure how, in the firefox toolbar, click on 'Tools' then select 'Add-ons' on the left you'll be able to choose which category you want. I disabled everything in my plugins, and then my extensions, then re-enabled each individually to find which one was conflicting. Since there aren't any updated versions of PageTweek, I can't say if there will be a fix or not. I don't work for them, so haven't a clue.