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Autofill on Android - can't select my country!

I just switched over from Chrome and am setting up my browser, and it seems I cannot select my country for an Address in Autofill? Wtf is that about? I'm an American who … (funda kabanzi)

I just switched over from Chrome and am setting up my browser, and it seems I cannot select my country for an Address in Autofill? Wtf is that about? I'm an American who lives in Australia (dunno if it matters but I use US English) and my residence is in Australia. But the only two countries selectable are US & Canada... As if there are no other countries out there in the world where people live. How do I fix this? It's incredibly frustrating not to have, and makes zero sense to me why it would be a restriction - I have never seen any other use of countries in a form where it is restricted.

Asked by Will 1 inyanga edlule

Last reply by Paul 1 inyanga edlule

How can I be 100% sure that my passwords are not stored somewhere?

I've been deleting my saved passwords in Firefox, after migrating to a standalone password manager. It's been anything but easy (deletions are not synced, and bulk deleti… (funda kabanzi)

I've been deleting my saved passwords in Firefox, after migrating to a standalone password manager. It's been anything but easy (deletions are not synced, and bulk deletion process is inconvenient to say the least).

What worries me is that my "deleted" passwords kept coming back as soon as I enabled Sync, until I realised I had duplicate devices in my Mozilla account control panel. I still have, though, some other connected services (Add-ons, Mozilla Support, Mozilla Monitor...).

Is what I've done enough to ensure they're gone? Where exactly are synced passwords stored, and how can I be sure that they aren't lying around in a Mozilla server, awaiting a future data breach? I don't have the time and energy to change 200+ passwords.

Asked by Álvaro González 5 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Paul 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Lost my passwords after reinstall

Samsung Galaxy S9 plus. I mistakenly uninstalled Firefox, then reboored and reinstalled it. How do I recover my saved passwords? I tried going to the Data folder, but … (funda kabanzi)

Samsung Galaxy S9 plus.

I mistakenly uninstalled Firefox, then reboored and reinstalled it. How do I recover my saved passwords?

I tried going to the Data folder, but there is only 1 folder there, "export messages", for an app that lets me print out or save existing text messages .

Help!!

Asked by whattodo 5 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by TyDraniu 4 izinyanga ezidlule