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Issues logging into Firefox/Mozilla on Firefox for Android

When trying to login to addons.mozilla.org to add add-ons to my collection, for Firefox Nightly - it prompts me with an e-mail verification. This mail is never sent to th… (funda kabanzi)

When trying to login to addons.mozilla.org to add add-ons to my collection, for Firefox Nightly - it prompts me with an e-mail verification. This mail is never sent to the specified address, no matter how often I retry. I just can't seem to enter accounts.firefox.com on Firefox, on my Android device.

Ironically, there are no issues logging in using Chrome, on the same Android device, nor on other (desktop) devices. They just ask me for my 2FA code and then I'm logged in.

- I did not forget my password - I have two-factor authentication using an authentication app (Google Authenticator) - I did previously manage to log in to accounts.firefox.com (months ago) - I'm running Firefox Nightly - the latest available version from the Google Play Store - I'm signed into Firefox Sync in Firefox, with the same account - I'm also using Lockwise, with the same account

I don't know when this started, as my last login was months ago, before my botched attempts yesterday.

Asked by ikt 1 unyaka odlule

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How to add links into home screen

I am using the latest Firefox for Android. How do I add some custom links into the main home screen. There areby default 3: Google, Wikipedia and Top Articles there. I wa… (funda kabanzi)

I am using the latest Firefox for Android.

How do I add some custom links into the main home screen.

There areby default 3: Google, Wikipedia and Top Articles there.

I want them added above "Collections"

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TrojanDropper found in update Firefox for android

Hi, Today I did the update for Firefox om my android smartphone (with Google Play store) and Eset mobile security gave the message that Android/TrojanDropper.Agent.GRV wa… (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

Today I did the update for Firefox om my android smartphone (with Google Play store) and Eset mobile security gave the message that Android/TrojanDropper.Agent.GRV was found in the update. I deleted the app and whe I wanted to install it again after a new download, the same message came. I don't know what to do next (fot now I just deleted the app again) and am wondering if this issue is know to you.

Kind regards, Marcel

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Upload browse button not working on a social media site

Question inappropriately asked in Foxfire beta. Sorry for the duplicate Updated an old version of foxfire to the new 83.1.0 (Build #2015776401) version. And now I can't … (funda kabanzi)

Question inappropriately asked in Foxfire beta. Sorry for the duplicate

Updated an old version of foxfire to the new 83.1.0 (Build #2015776401) version. And now I can't upload any images from my device:

Coolpad 3310A Android 8.1.0

Would upload an image, yet the "Add images (optional)" "Browse" button on here doesn't work.

Is there something I am not understanding here to get it to work?

Have cleared everything and force stopped then restarted.

Browse button does work on new version of Dolphin browser.

Asked by Ed 1 unyaka odlule

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Add to home screen

In general I am able to navigate to web sites and "Add to home screen", but one web site in particular that option disappears and seems to be replaced with "Install" That… (funda kabanzi)

In general I am able to navigate to web sites and "Add to home screen", but one web site in particular that option disappears and seems to be replaced with "Install" That is "Breitbart.com". I can navigate to the page with no problem, but no "Add to home screen" option, and when I click the "Install" option, it created a home page link, but does not open the Firefox browser. It opens what looks like an app without browser options, but I do not have the app on my phone, so I suspect opening firefox in some limited form or opening a different browser. I have firefox set to default.

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APK for FF Android 79

Where can I get the apk for FF Android 79? Which will run the old addons like Adblock Plus. 68 won't. As usual Mozilla fucked up my phone with their stupid updates. Priva… (funda kabanzi)

Where can I get the apk for FF Android 79? Which will run the old addons like Adblock Plus. 68 won't. As usual Mozilla fucked up my phone with their stupid updates. Privacy indeed, all the telemetry is prechecked. They screwed up everything with their stupid improvements. I want an FF that will not update automatically

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Last reply by Paul 1 unyaka odlule

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Keyboard doesn't disappear after entering URL: Firefox Nightly for Android

In the Nov 20th and Nov 21st Nightly builds, when I enter a URL in the address bar (either by fully typing it and tapping Enter, or by partially typing it and tapping on … (funda kabanzi)

In the Nov 20th and Nov 21st Nightly builds, when I enter a URL in the address bar (either by fully typing it and tapping Enter, or by partially typing it and tapping on one of the autocomplete suggestions), the onscreen keyboard remains in place.

The behaviour in previous builds (and in my view the desired behaviour) was that the onscreen keyboard disappeared in order not to take up screen space that the web page could use.

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restore old tabs view

I'm not sure why Firefox still bothers to call tabs, "tabs". A tab was originally called that because of its similarity to a filing cabinet's physical tabs where you can … (funda kabanzi)

I'm not sure why Firefox still bothers to call tabs, "tabs". A tab was originally called that because of its similarity to a filing cabinet's physical tabs where you can see the tab markers and use your thumb to quickly select one. As far as I can see Firefox for Android no longer has tabs. There's no tab bar (and even the URL bar is auto-hidden) and to see the 'tabs' you have to drag down, then select a button and then flip your brain from expecting to see a horizontal row of tabs to a vertical list of them. Similarly, to create a new tab used to involve taping on a plus sign in the same place, right next to the other tabs in the bar. Now, to make a new one you have to redirect your attention from the top of the screen (where tabs have always beenl to a plus sign down the bottom. This smacks of just changing things for the hell of it.

So.... The big ask..... is there any way to get back to the system and layout I'm used to and that I still use without a moment's though when I use Chrome? (Which I'd still rather not do all the time...). I'd like my tabs back please.

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Downloads on Android

When trying to download anything the download apparently begins, since a notification appears on the notification panel, but it just does not properly start. It keeps try… (funda kabanzi)

When trying to download anything the download apparently begins, since a notification appears on the notification panel, but it just does not properly start. It keeps trying but no progress is shown. After a while a failure message replaces the progress notification.

This isn't a network problem, since I've tried it with different connections. There used to be no problem before.

Anybody else experiencing a similar issue?

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Applet java

Bonjour, J'avais créé un site perso Il y a plusieurs années avec des applets java (pour faire défiler des photos et images sur le site...). Le site en question est très … (funda kabanzi)

Bonjour, J'avais créé un site perso Il y a plusieurs années avec des applets java (pour faire défiler des photos et images sur le site...). Le site en question est très basique et "bricolé " avec les faibles connaissances que j'avais d'Internet à l'époque..... et que j'ai toujours. Site ==> Landeslocation.pagesperso-orange.fr Aujourd'hui, cela ne fonctionne plus .... message affiché = Pour visualiser les animations, votre navigateur doit être compatible avec les scripts Java(tm). Mon navigateur Internet est Firefox sur Android Y a-t-il un remède pour les visualiser à nouveau ? Quelles sont les alternatives.? Je ne suis ni informaticien, ni geek !! Une solution simple sera très appréciée. Pouvez-vous m'aider ? Cordialement.

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Can not activate navigator.storage.persist in Firefox for Android

Hello! I want to use persistant offline storage for my website. When I run following command in console: navigator.storage.persist.then(function(a) {console.log(a)}) in D… (funda kabanzi)

Hello! I want to use persistant offline storage for my website. When I run following command in console: navigator.storage.persist.then(function(a) {console.log(a)}) in Desktop FireFox browser it prompts me for a permission and console.log prints "true". But when I run this command from Android version there is no permission prompt and the result is "false". Is there some condition I must to satisfy to switch storage to "persisted mode" on Android Firefox version?

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Firefox on Amazon Fire HD 8 crashes

Firefox 68.11 runs on my new Amazon Fire HD just fine, but within a couple of days it gets upgraded to the current version and never runs again. There seems to be no way … (funda kabanzi)

Firefox 68.11 runs on my new Amazon Fire HD just fine, but within a couple of days it gets upgraded to the current version and never runs again. There seems to be no way to prevent the upgrade. The details: The latest android version runs, but any attempt to access the internet. If I could stop the automatic updating, I could run firefox. If I can't stop the automatic update then Firefox self-destructs and I will have to move Chrome. I've been a user since Mosaic and Netscape, and I don't want to be forced to change.

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Migrate history and bookmarks from old firefox to new (NOT Beta or Nightly)

I'm on the last version of old Firefox (68.1.1) on Android 8.0. Now the dust has largely settled on new Firefox, how do I migrate my history and bookmarks (plus any other… (funda kabanzi)

I'm on the last version of old Firefox (68.1.1) on Android 8.0. Now the dust has largely settled on new Firefox, how do I migrate my history and bookmarks (plus any other settings possible) to the new incarnation? I've seen threads for Beta and Nightly but nothing for the straight old version to new. How is this done?

Thanks

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