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Firefox sync not working

I recently installed firefox on a fresh windows 10, but my data history and passwords are not syncing properly. My question is, can I still retrieve it? I always make sur… (read more)

I recently installed firefox on a fresh windows 10, but my data history and passwords are not syncing properly. My question is, can I still retrieve it? I always make sure that all my data are on sync with firefox. I expected it would be in your server since I'm "syncing" my account. I also have firefox lockwise on Android which has still all my passwords.

Asked by Daniel Reyes 1 year ago

Answered by Daniel Reyes 1 year ago

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Firefox Wifi Login Connection Does Nothing (see description)

I often connect to a public wifi network. I find I have to use an alternate browser to get to the connection page because Firefox refuses to load it. Basically, I get the… (read more)

I often connect to a public wifi network. I find I have to use an alternate browser to get to the connection page because Firefox refuses to load it. Basically, I get the message that I have to login to the network; I click the "Connection" button, and a page loads that tells me the wifi login page isn't secure. I click the "Advanced" link, and I can then either 1) Cancel, 2) View the Certificate, or 3) Proceed at my own risk. I choose 3, and Firefox does nothing. I click the link, and the link seems to be dead ... it literally just does nothing.

This is really annoying. I connect to this network daily. I understand the network isn't configured properly, but I'm not the admin and I can't do anything about it. I resent FF for preventing me from connecting while seeming to give me the opportunity to connect. I've tried changing settings in about:config, but nothing works. I end up loading Chrome just to get to the login page for the network, where I then connect, and then immediately kill Chrome and go back to whatever I was trying to do. It's so annoying I have considered just abandoning Firefox, but I've been using it since 2005 and really don't want to use Chrome.

How can I get around this behaviour and connect to the wifi network using Firefox? Please let me know if you need screenshots or more information and I'll see what I can do.

Asked by hrefnam 1 year ago

Last reply by hrefnam 1 year ago

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Mozilla Firefox Proxy Network

Hi This is Aarav Bhosle I keep getting this messege every time I open firefox " You Must log in to this network before you can accases the internet and sometimes I get a … (read more)

Hi This is Aarav Bhosle I keep getting this messege every time I open firefox " You Must log in to this network before you can accases the internet and sometimes I get a blank screen Can You Please email me at baarav09@gmail.com

Asked by baarav09 7 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 7 months ago

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you must log in to this network before you can access the internet

Hi everyone, I have this message that appears on every web page but my connection is fine: "you must log in to this network before you can access the internet". It appear… (read more)

Hi everyone,

I have this message that appears on every web page but my connection is fine: "you must log in to this network before you can access the internet". It appeared I don't know how (maybe after using my VPN?) and I can't get rid of it. Any idea?

In advance, thanks a lot.

Asked by jean.souviron 7 months ago

Answered by Scribe 7 months ago

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You must login into this network before you can access the internet.

This is the message that I see on the top of the screen on opening my browser. I can access the internet without 'log in' but when I click the 'open network login page' b… (read more)

This is the message that I see on the top of the screen on opening my browser. I can access the internet without 'log in' but when I click the 'open network login page' button, I get a success message from success.txt. Below are some (cropped) images.

Asked by Firefox User 7 months ago

Last reply by Firefox User 7 months ago