Give about:config to Firefox for Android and let us customize it the same way we can customize the desktop browser. That... high level of customization was the only reason I started using Firefox back in 2006 and why I still prefer Firefox for the desktop to any other browser.
I stopped using FF for Android 2 years ago because many pages simply won't load and hang in the middle of loading whereas the same pages open just fine and fast using Opera for Android. Since I was unable to send you feedback about that, I stopped using it. But now with Mozilla Connect I can share my ideas and hopefully bring FF for Android to the same glory its desktop cousin already has.
When I disabled IPv6 on the desktop Firefox last week, many of the pages suddenly started loading instantly bc my ISP, among many others in my country, still supports IPv4 only. So I'm 90% sure that if I can do the same with FF for Android, that will change its performance for the better. But it turned out that the mobile FF didn't have about:config.
It would be better if about:config was available in firefox android (standard not nightly).
and here are a post on discourse of mozilla
hope they return it back
With the recommended fix for potential difficulties with Version 100 being an About:Config tweak, and Mozilla outright recommended Firefox Beta exclusively for the About:Config tweak, I think Mozilla themselves made the case for About:Config in Stable on Android better than any of us could.
If Mozilla can trust users of Stable Firefox on Desktop not to screw up About:Config, then they can trust users of Stable on Android too.
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I really want this feature on the release channel.
Currently on beta channel since the feature is not available on release channel.
For those who doesn't want beta channel, there is Fennec_Fdroid on the Fdroid app store that support opening about config page.
Me too, the arguments for removing this feature are very weak, about:config poses the same kind of "danger" on desktop as it does in my mobile phone. Why remove such a basic feature, which helped made Firefox what it is for years?
PS: I've been running on Beta all the time on both Windows and Android for years. Anyway, I just think this is such an essential feature it shall not be removed… 🤔
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