Firefox Reverting Back to 115 and Creates New Profile
I can sync my home desktop (Windows 10), home tablet (Windows 11), and phone (Android) just fine, but I am having trouble syncing with my work desktop (Windows 10). As I can work from home, I would like to keep my bookmarks, history, etc. synced.
While at work, when I start Firefox, it says that I am running an older version of Firefox and either need to create a new profile or exit to avoid problems. So I create a new profile, then update to 117, then restart Firefox, and things are fine for a bit. Eventually though, if I exit Firefox, it will go through this cycle again the next time I start Firefox. When I check the version after starting, it says that I am on version 115, even though I already updated to 117. I went into about:profiles I saw that there were several profiles there: default, default-release, then default-release-1, 2, etc., with the most recent number being the one currently in use.
Could this be some sort of organizational setting that is preventing the update from sticking? Is 117 not 'backwards compatible' with 115, so to speak, with regards to syncing? Any way to work around this? Any insights here would be appreciated.
Thank you for following up. Whatever the issue was, it seems to have resolved itself, as I haven't had problems the last two days and Firefox is staying at 117.Emoñe’ẽ ko mbohavái ejeregua reheve 👍 0
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What 115 version is this and what is its update channel if you check this in "Help -> About Firefox" and on the "Help -> More Troubleshooting Information" (about:support) page ? Do you possibly have a 115.2.0esr version installed ?
Thank you for following up. Whatever the issue was, it seems to have resolved itself, as I haven't had problems the last two days and Firefox is staying at 117.