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cannot login to secure banking sites

V37.0 FF for Android. Have cleared all cache and private data. Still experiencing password/username unknown login failures at online banking sites like Wells Fargo and Bo… (funda kabanzi)

V37.0 FF for Android. Have cleared all cache and private data. Still experiencing password/username unknown login failures at online banking sites like Wells Fargo and BofA. This is a repeat post from 2 days ago, thanks to the lone responder. I have cleared data/cache and ensured latest version is installed.

Are there other suggestions?

Thank you in advance for your good counsel.

Asked by ganymede235 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 6 iminyaka edlule

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email with gmail app

When I email from my browser it only lets me email from default phone email app or from the web. I want to click the button and either get options as to which app I want … (funda kabanzi)

When I email from my browser it only lets me email from default phone email app or from the web. I want to click the button and either get options as to which app I want to use or have it automatically go to my gmail app

Asked by theunseen 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 6 iminyaka edlule

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Why are web developer tools not available on Firefox for Android?

I do some freelance web design. I just replaced my laptop with a tablet last year (Samsung Galaxy 10.5 S). I want to do web development on it - I work from a terminal doi… (funda kabanzi)

I do some freelance web design. I just replaced my laptop with a tablet last year (Samsung Galaxy 10.5 S). I want to do web development on it - I work from a terminal doing Ruby on Rails and web development all the time. It would be awesome to have the F12 developer tools handy in Firefox for Android, but sadly I've waited for a while and there is no indication they will ever appear.

Do NOT suggest using a remote debugger - I'm not testing the layout of pages on my tablet, I want to be able to profile, view source (without an add-on) and such. I have seen this exact question marked closed by suggesting remote debugging, and I fail to see how telling me to use my tablet next to a laptop or desktop is a solution. Telling me to carry a second device means I don't need the tablet at all, when my intention is to ONLY use the tablet.

My tablet has a huge screen resolution and a powerful processor - more powerful than some laptops? Why is Firefox for Android neutered? I would understand disabling it by default to help those with less powerful devices, but why remove something that would add a competitive edge to your product, and is already integrated in desktop Firefox and has been for years? I prefer Firefox, but if Chrome adds web developer tools for Android first, I'll switch to Chrome.

There are people today using a tablet as their sole computing device. Please do not relegate us to a second-class Firefox experience!

Thanks, Ryan

Asked by rpavery 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 6 iminyaka edlule