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Firefox works poorly on phone with 2GB of memory

I'm running version 87.0.0-rc.1 on my phone (Galaxy J7, android version 9). It has 2GB of memory and 16 GB of storage. I'm running AdGuard adblocker add-on, but same issu… (funda kabanzi)

I'm running version 87.0.0-rc.1 on my phone (Galaxy J7, android version 9). It has 2GB of memory and 16 GB of storage. I'm running AdGuard adblocker add-on, but same issues without that add-on.

I find that Firefox crashes moderately often when showing videos. I ran this one in full-screen mode, and it crashed before it cycled through 10 times.

https://www.google.com/url?q=https://twitter.com/LilySimpson1312/status/1376500968141979653&sa=D&source=hangouts&ust=1618277028064000&usg=AFQjCNFcfUYRMQ4H67yZQM5zHkrXAu_FXw

Also, I find it highly frustrating that when I tap my Android home button while on a web page, and then go immediately back to Firefox, the web page I was viewing does a full refresh, which often requires me to log in again (private viewing). Example web page that refreshes is:

https://getpocket.com/explore?src=ff_android&cdn=0

It seems to me that these both may be related to internal Firefox memory management issues. I have an old phone running Android 7 that has 2.5GB of memory, and it does not seem to have these issues, and it has far fewer other apps running on it.

Asked by peter404 12 amahora adlule

Syncing uBlock Origin (addon) data, and Sync between Mobile and Linux in general?

I have "sync: addons" enabled in my sync settings (on all relevant devices). 1. Neither uBlock Origin nor its settings appeared on my Android tablet (I can't recall if th… (funda kabanzi)

I have "sync: addons" enabled in my sync settings (on all relevant devices).

1. Neither uBlock Origin nor its settings appeared on my Android tablet (I can't recall if this worked on my other computer, but I'm 90% sure it did). Does this not work for syncing between mobile and Linux browsers (two Ubuntu machines)?

2. I tried using uBlock Origin's "Enable cloud storage support" (https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/wiki/Cloud-storage) to move my site whitelist, but it appears to have a different bucket across my Linux and Android devices. I turned it off again after attempting to sync both (Firefox sync) and then get uBlock Origin to read its settings from there.

3. Now that I've migrated my settings manually, I no longer need the cloud sync data from uBlock Origin. Unfortunately, there's no apparent setting in my browser's (either Ubuntu or Android) Account menu to view or edit synced data. Is some amount of unnecessary data now floating there forever, unable to be accessed?

4. If there IS a method to view the contents of sync, how do I find it? Back when I used Chrome, it had a nasty habit of duplicating stuff at the server and occasionally pushing it back to duplicate all my bookmarks. I'd like to see what I've got stored and what (if any) storage quota I'm near. I have an absurd amount of stuff I need to keep synchronized between machines and I'd like warning if I'm using it inefficiently (see: undeletable data from that addon, small though it is) or if there are duplicate entries.

Asked by CallMeSteve 11 amahora adlule

Can collections be improved

I think it would be more useful to use the collection as your own navigation. This needs to be 1. The ability to adjust the order of collections 2. Can purchase and adjus… (funda kabanzi)

I think it would be more useful to use the collection as your own navigation. This needs to be 1. The ability to adjust the order of collections 2. Can purchase and adjust the order of the internal website of the collection set 3. The ability to rename the names of various websites in the collection. I'm a big fan of using favorites for sites I visit frequently such as YouTube, BBC Home.... I always categorize them to make it easier to find and visit them. I know Firefox can add sites to popular sites, but these sites are out of order, all at the top, and hard to find when using them.

Asked by wddsg888 4 amahora adlule