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Firefox Mobile for Android download link = FAIL... Yeah it doesn't work....

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I've tried to download the beta with my phone, with firefox, and with IE. The link is broken, or non existent... I've tried it for about two weeks now.

I've tried to download the beta with my phone, with firefox, and with IE. The link is broken, or non existent... I've tried it for about two weeks now.

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Matt Brubeck 145 izisombululo 1390 izimpendulo
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The link to download Firefox from the Android Market will not work on phones with incompatible hardware. You can check if your phone is compatible here:

https://wiki.mozilla.org/Mobile/Platforms/Android

Even on some supported devices, a bug in the Market software prevents Firefox from showing up. This may be related to the fairly recent Android Market app update. If you go to Settings/Applications/Market and choose "Uninstall" you can uninstall the update, and then search for and install Firefox from the marketplace.

Or, if you have a supported phone, you can download the app directly from here:

http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mobile/releases/4.0b3/android-r7/multi/

(Note: To download the app directly for an AT&T phone, you will have to search for instructions on "sideloading" the APK file, since AT&T disables the option to install from non-Market sources.)

The link to download Firefox from the Android Market will not work on phones with incompatible hardware. You can check if your phone is compatible here: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Mobile/Platforms/Android Even on some supported devices, a bug in the Market software prevents Firefox from showing up. This may be related to the fairly recent Android Market app update. If you go to Settings/Applications/Market and choose "Uninstall" you can uninstall the update, and then search for and install Firefox from the marketplace. Or, if you have a supported phone, you can download the app directly from here: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mobile/releases/4.0b3/android-r7/multi/ (Note: To download the app directly for an AT&T phone, you will have to search for instructions on "sideloading" the APK file, since AT&T disables the option to install from non-Market sources.)