I’m sorry, but the functionality won’t be available anymore in our embedded browser, because it uses google firebase which manages push notifications and is used in firefox to send tabs between devices. We had previously removed all trackers (except the firefox “glean” tracker, which is disabled but not removed), and although firebase is not strictly speaking a tracker, we finally preferred to also remove it as it communicate with google servers and could leak some data. We head towards a completely degoogled OS, so we could not keep that.
If you really miss this feature, you may install the official firefox browser.
I just tested sending something to the phone and it failed, even when syncing the firefox account manually. I’m kind of sure this had continued to be working for a while longer than receiving tabs did.
So do you think there is any way to reactivate at least sending tabs while staying on your version of the browser?
Bonjour. Same problem for me, but I didn’t linked it to the Iode update.
This navigator feature was really usefull to sens important reading or anything else to the computer.
I never digged in the technical aspects behind. I use Firefox fo almost 20 years.
Just upgraded and tested it - working
Thanks a lot!
Any chance you think the other direction might work as well? As I mentioned the receiving direction never really worked for me, but received tabs only when syncing with the firefox account. I’d think Firebase wasn’t involved here as long as push notifications weren’t involved.