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Sometimes, especially on older phones, just closing unnecessary tabs will help speed things up. Other times, you'll need to do a little troubleshooting to get to the cause of the problem. This article will help point you in the right direction to track down and fix those problems. Table
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The Firefox Health Report (FHR) provides insights and performance information about your browser. By analysing your browser’s performance information, FHR is able to provide you with useful tips that help you get the best from Firefox. For more information about how we handle your
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When you install an add-on, Firefox checks that it has been verified or "signed" before proceeding. Unsigned add-ons have not yet been reviewed by Mozilla and might cause security issues. If an add-on is unsigned, Firefox will display a warning message and prevent the add-on
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If you're using Firefox on your Nexus 6, Nexus 9, or any other Android 5.0 device, you might experience issues playing video and audio on some sites. Most of these issues have been resolved on the latest version of Firefox. Just follow these simple steps. I can't play videos. This
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If you see a white screen or a blank page when you visit a website in Firefox for Android, restarting Firefox will usually fix the problem. Here's how to restart Firefox: Tap the recent apps button on your phone to see your open apps. The recent apps button looks like a square
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Please update to the latest release of Firefox to fix this issue. The development team has added some fixes which have reduced the crash rate to the lowest levels ever. Automatically update Firefox If you have set Firefox to allow automatic updating, here's how to update: Open
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Flash might not be supported on your device for the following reasons: Your device is using a custom ROM or is a Tegra 2 device running Android 4.0 or higher Flash support is not enabled in Firefox for your device because the experience did not meet an acceptable standard of quality
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If you have the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) developer option - 'Don't keep activities' enabled, Firefox for Android won't load websites. Keeping this Android system setting enabled is not recommend as it may also result in undesireable behaviour in other Android
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To uninstall Firefox, follow these steps: Open the Google Play Store application and tap on the search icon which looks like a magnifying glass. Type "Firefox" and tap on the magnifying glass search icon. Tap on Firefox. Tap on Uninstall.
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Tap the main Firefox menu and select Settings. Tap on the Go to Page button displayed next to About Firefox. You will see the About Firefox page where the version number is listed at the end of the page.  
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The Firefox feature that enables you to run Firefox Marketplace apps on Android will no longer be available starting in Firefox version 47. After you update to Firefox 47, or a newer version, apps that you've installed from the Firefox Marketplace will stop working. When you start
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Note: We have fixed these issues in the latest version of Firefox for Android. You can update Firefox from the Google Play store. Note: This article doesn't apply to your version of Firefox. If you have upgraded your Nexus 10 tablet to the latest of version of Android, 4.3,
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People who have installed Firefox for Android on HTC Desire by allowing non-market Apps may encounter reboot issues with casual browsing. This article describes a workaround for advanced users. Install a recent firmware Android 2.3 and above do not have the issue but, as it has not
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