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You should be able to go into Settings>Application Manager and clear data and cache for the Firefox application.


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This is a known bug. It seems like it was introduced with 4.2.2. Downgrading to before that is not a good option, but might be available to you. It affects multiple browsers with multiple keyboards, so I assume the issue must be with the specific type of text field used for their address bars. I used to encounter this with Chrome but haven't lately, so ...


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This is probably too late for OP, but I found a possible way to do this. You can open the Firefox Profile folder (no root required since Firefox owns the folder) by entering the following URL in Firefox Mobile's address bar: file:///data/data/org.mozilla.firefox/files/mozilla/ This opens the folder that stores your Firefox profiles. The actual profile ...


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The short answer is, you can't. Unfortunately. The Firefox for mobile (Android) is rather limited in its bookmarks capabilities. I stumbled upon your question as I was trying to find out if the tagging of bookmarks is nowadays possible. .. It isn't. See Mozilla Support for information on using FF for Android bookmarks: ...


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Whatsapp is the last app you used to share a link. To change it to something else, you need to share a link with another app, or if you want to remove any app icon from the menu, just uninstall and install the app again.


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It's a Network Positioning Service, it locates your position based on a database of Wi-Fi hotspots, mobile cell towers, and possibly in the future other sensor data. This database is collected through crowdsourcing by Firefox users that has enabled Mozilla Location Service or has installed the dedicated Mozilla Stumbler app. It is basically Mozilla's take ...


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Seems the only solution turned out to be a workaround. By using an email Application instead of a browser to manage emails, we are able to copy and paste as you would expect.


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Can someone please explain all the steps involved in the process of displaying the Indic font by Firefox browser (in the particular scenario explained above)? The indicfont.ttf was placed in the /system/fonts directory. If you have control over the website, I suggest you should add a @font-face rule to the site's CSS stylesheet. This will work on all ...


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To answer the second part of your question first: 'Why does the previous solution only work on Firefox browser and not on other mobile browsers?' You are using TTF file. This type of font file is supported by firefox , Safari and Chrome. The other browsers may not support it. For eg: IE supports EOT ; Opera supports SVG etc. But mostly all android browsers ...



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