all YOUTUBE VIDEOS STOPPED PLAYING IN FIREFOX! has Youtube/google caused this to force us to buy Youtube red and pay monthly fees? It just happened suddenly earlier this week. Videos play in youtube app and stopped in Firefox completely. No more plaging youtube in the background. "Video cannot play because the file is corrupt" is the youtube message...yeah right!
Firefox crash every 10 min or so(Some times Screen filter apps also crash when using firefox). Firefox crashed even without screen filter and other apps running . How to report crash(or enable it). It does not happen with other browsers
Still a great browsing experience. Chrome may have slightly faster load times, but the freedom to install addons is a big game changer (especially when it comes to ad block). Also, Google tracks your browsing history while Mozilla doesn't. As always, if the browser is getting crashy, try removing your addons first.
Fine... But downloads and add-ons Okay... When i longpress to download a video or an image i dont get to control how i download stuff, i dont get to rename it or change directory and the result ends in 'videoplayback.mp4'kind of name files... Plus, the add-ons, a few of them does not work (maybe works) but I just cant find the add-on anywhere on the tab or the drop-down list menu. Fuxing these issues would be great
Again, another update. But does video work again? NOPE! STILL NO WORKING VIDEO. Why? Uninstalled and installed again. STILL NO WORKING VIDEO. WHY? Update ruined video. Youtube and any site that has a video will now only play a broken colorless damaged corrupt version. Can I roll back to the previous update? No, of course not. So thanks a lot for breaking your browser just to accommodate non-English-language text.
I have been using Firefox on Android for a long time but now it feels too slow on my Google pixel. The Google search button on homescreen and the Google app is very fast for browsing and quick searching. Is there any way to reduce no. Of steps for searching in Firefox then it would be good
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