If you are using Mozilla Firefox browser on your computer and Android phone, having the same history, bookmarks, cookies etc... in both browser is probably very important for you. Thanks for Mozilla Firefox integrated tool for synchronization will help you sync both your browsers. In this tutorial I wall show you how to setup a new account and then sync your data.

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If you are using Mozilla Firefox browser on your computer and Android phone, having the same history, bookmarks, cookies etc… and both browser is probably very important for you. Thanks for Mozilla Firefox integrated tool for synchronization will help you sync both your browsers. In this tutorial I wall show you how to setup a new account and then sync your data.


To get started follow steps below

Step 1: Make sure you have Firefox installed on your computer (Windows, Mac or Linux) and your Android

Step 2: Now on your desktop Firefox go to Menu button and choose Set up Sync…

Step 3: Click Create a New Account

Step 4: Enter your Email Address, your password and check off the terms of service.

Step 5: If you are an advanced user you can have the option of storing your data on your own server but for most users its fine to use the default server; so for that under Server dropdown menu choose Firefox Sync Server. Mozilla encrypts your data before it send it to its servers and then store it encrypted.

Step 6: Now before we create our account, from bottom left corner of your window click Sync options

Step 7: Give your computer easily identifiable name and choose which items you want to synchronize. Once you are done click Done

Step 8: Now click Next and Firefox will start synchronizing your data into cloud

Step 9: Now take your phone and go to Android Firefox Preferences menu, make sure Enable Sync is checked and then click Connect button

Step 10: Three line codes will appear which you need to remember or write down

Step 11: Now go to your desktop Firefox and then choose Option menu -> Options

Step 11: Go to Sync tab. Then click Pair a Device, add a same code you got in your Android phone and click Next

Your both browsers are now ready for synchronization.

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