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Bad performance in pwa on android tablet

I have a xiaomi pad 5 and when I installed a pwa (freshrss, but I've tried with some other sites that allow it) the scrolling becomes sluggish and unresponsive. If I open… (read more)

I have a xiaomi pad 5 and when I installed a pwa (freshrss, but I've tried with some other sites that allow it) the scrolling becomes sluggish and unresponsive. If I open the site directly in firefox itself it works perfectly, and the same sites installed on my phone also work well (samsung a52s). Firefox in both phone and tablet is the beta version 127.0b1

Asked by TXinTXe 7 hours ago

java.lang.OutOfMemoryError constant firefox crashing

Regular usage of Firefox results in crashes; usually have no more than 4 tabs on, but also crashes even with only one tab on. Using other mobile browsers (Brave, Chrome) … (read more)

Regular usage of Firefox results in crashes; usually have no more than 4 tabs on, but also crashes even with only one tab on. Using other mobile browsers (Brave, Chrome) with the same or even more level of usage does not result in crashes, leading me to believe the problem is with Firefox.

This problem was already asked previously (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1431267) but has been archived without a solution that worked for me.

Latest crash report:

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bfa85f01-b670-4443-b52c-0c21fca59670 java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Failed to allocate a 134217744 byte allocation with 39482192 free bytes and 37MB until OOM, target footprint 268435456, growth limit 268435456


java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Failed to allocate a 134217744 byte allocation with 39482192 free bytes and 37MB until OOM, target footprint 268435456, growth limit 268435456 at java.util.Arrays.copyOf(Arrays.java:3578) at java.io.ByteArrayOutputStream.grow(ByteArrayOutputStream.java:120) at java.io.ByteArrayOutputStream.ensureCapacity(ByteArrayOutputStream.java:95) at java.io.ByteArrayOutputStream.write(ByteArrayOutputStream.java:156) at kotlin.io.ByteStreamsKt.copyTo(IOStreams.kt:17) at kotlin.io.ByteStreamsKt.copyTo$default(IOStreams.kt:3) at kotlin.io.ByteStreamsKt.readBytes(IOStreams.kt:21) at mozilla.components.support.images.compose.loader.ImageLoaderKt$fetch$1.invoke(ImageLoader.kt:8) at mozilla.components.concept.fetch.Response$Body.useStream(Response.kt:8) at mozilla.components.support.images.compose.loader.ImageLoaderKt$fetchAndDecode$2.invokeSuspend(ImageLoader.kt:72) at mozilla.components.support.images.compose.loader.ImageLoaderKt$fetchAndDecode$2.invoke(ImageLoader.kt:13) at kotlinx.coroutines.intrinsics.UndispatchedKt.startUndispatchedOrReturn(Undispatched.kt:16) at kotlinx.coroutines.BuildersKt.withContext(Unknown Source:74) at mozilla.components.support.images.compose.loader.ImageLoaderKt$load$bitmap$1.invokeSuspend(ImageLoader.kt:52) at kotlin.coroutines.jvm.internal.BaseContinuationImpl.resumeWith(ContinuationImpl.kt:9) at kotlinx.coroutines.DispatchedTask.run(DispatchedTask.kt:111) at kotlinx.coroutines.internal.LimitedDispatcher$Worker.run(LimitedDispatcher.kt:4) at kotlinx.coroutines.scheduling.TaskImpl.run(Tasks.kt:3) at kotlinx.coroutines.scheduling.CoroutineScheduler$Worker.run(CoroutineScheduler.kt:98) Suppressed: kotlinx.coroutines.internal.DiagnosticCoroutineContextException: [androidx.compose.ui.platform.MotionDurationScaleImpl@f8bcc7a, androidx.compose.runtime.BroadcastFrameClock@72f6c2b, StandaloneCoroutine{Cancelling}@6685888, AndroidUiDispatcher@6975221]

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Phone Details:

Techno Spark 20 Pro (with latest updates downloaded) Android 13 12GB+6GB RAM

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Hopefully this can be fixed.

Asked by NlaEid 2 days ago

Last reply by NlaEid 1 day ago

Samsung Internet hijacks default browser

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra running latest Android update and latest Firefox update. I set Firefox as my default browser. I have un-installed all updates for Samsung Interne… (read more)

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra running latest Android update and latest Firefox update. I set Firefox as my default browser. I have un-installed all updates for Samsung Internet and removed all permissions for it. Disabling it is greyed out. Some apps that I use have links to websites. Too frequently, when I go to one of those links, the intro screen for Samsung Internet opens. Then, when I look at the settings in Firefox it is no longer set as the default. Then I set Firefox to default and go to my phone settings to see that Firefox is selected as the default. If I open the previously mentioned app and choose the web link, Firefox will open. But somewhere along the way, the default changes back to Samsung Internet and it's a vicious circle. I have posted in a Samsung forum but haven't gotten a reply that solved the problem. Please help. Thanks Mike

Asked by Mike J 4 days ago

Last reply by Mike J 3 days ago