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Getting bad URL autocomplete suggestions

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The URL autocomplete behavior changed for me recently - it appears to be incorporating "top sites" to its suggestions. Typing "P" into the address bar now suggests "pinterest.com", "D" gets "diply.com", "C" gets craigslist, etc - none of these are sites that I've visited, they aren't in my history or bookmarks.

In firefox focus, I can turn this behavior off by going into the autocomplete settings and disabling "top sites", and it doesn't happen on my desktop Firefox- how do I disable these junk suggestions in Firefox Android?

The URL autocomplete behavior changed for me recently - it appears to be incorporating "top sites" to its suggestions. Typing "P" into the address bar now suggests "pinterest.com", "D" gets "diply.com", "C" gets craigslist, etc - none of these are sites that I've visited, they aren't in my history or bookmarks. In firefox focus, I can turn this behavior off by going into the autocomplete settings and disabling "top sites", and it doesn't happen on my desktop Firefox- how do I disable these junk suggestions in Firefox Android?

Krejt Përgjigjet (3)

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Hi

If you open the Firefox for Android menu select Settings and Search, you should be able to turn off "Autocomplete urls" and "Show search suggestions" which should help with this.

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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the help - unfortunately neither of these corrected the issue. Turning off "autocomplete URLs" just disabled autocompletion entirely, and unchecking "show search suggestions" made no difference to the unwanted behavior. I'm trying to get rid of only the autocomplete suggestions for sites I've literally never visited - jcpenny.com for "j", etc.

I've noticed that the irrelevant suggestions I'm getting in Firefox Android are the same as what you get in Firefox Focus if you go to "URL Autocomplete" under settings and turn on "For top sites". However, I can't find a similar option in regular firefox for android. Is there any way to get rid of this 'top site' autocomplete without turning off autocomplete entirely?

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Hi

At the present time, you will need to turn off autocomplete entirely to stop this from happening.