Firefox for Android
Firefox for Android is a mobile version of Firefox for Android devices. (more info
Select a component to see open bugs in that component:
Installing and uninstalling extensions, search plugins, and other add-ons. Listing and managing add-ons and their settings.
Android-specific audio/video issues
The Awesomescreen is the user interface for displaying and managing top sites, bookmarks, history, and search suggestions in mobile Firefox, and for entering and editing URLs and searches.
Fennec-specific build issues, and generation of Eclipse and other projects.
The databases and content providers that handle storage and import/export of profile data, including bookmarks, history, passwords, and form history. (Note: Bugs in Firefox Sync should be filed in the "Mozilla Services" product instead.)
Bugs related to the creation of mobile distributions
The user interface for displaying download notifications and progress, and managing downloaded files.
Bugs related to the Family Friendly Browsing experience on Android
For bugs in favicon decoding, caching, or loading.
Bugs related to Firefox Accounts (FxA) integration, including about:accounts. For bugs in Sync on Android, see Android Background Services :: Android Sync.
Bugs related to the first run experience, which is displayed the first time the app is launched.
The GeckoView embedding widget for Android
For bugs in Fennec which do not fit into other more specific Fennec components.
Android-specific code for fast painting, scrolling, and scaling of pages on the screen.
Scripts and utilities for gdb to aid debugging Firefox on Android
For bugs related to Android text input, such as HTML forms, the Awesome Screen, third-party software keyboards, and hardware keyboards.
For bugs in Fennec's handling of system or selected locales.
For issues related to managing logins and passwords, as well as filling out forms in web content.
Bugs related to Fennec Metrics; Telemetry, Adjust or an other metrics systems helping us understand our products and features better.
Experimentation around using overlays for sharing and viewing content.
Support for content that uses the Adobe Flash Player plug-in for Android.
Guest mode, profile switching, profile creation, and data access interactions.
Displaying pages and Reading List items in a special reader view.
UI for managing reading list items.
Second-screen, tab sharing, etc. from Fennec to other devices.
System-integrated search activity for Android devices.
For issues affecting everything under Menu > Settings.
Testing (Mochitest, Robocop, JUnit, etc) for Firefox for Android.
Touch gestures and draggable handles for selecting and copying text in web pages and forms, and for changing the cursor or selection position.
Changes to the images, colors, and general look and feel of the Firefox user interface on Android.
Installing, running, and managing open web applications from the Mozilla Marketplace or other sources.