Bug 1789876 Comment 25 Edit History

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> But this is only relevant once the issue reproduces, right? ie, it shouldn't be necessary to sign in on the iOS device by *either* email or qr code, because that's the device where the password was changed.

No it shouldn't be necessary to sign back in on iOS, and I haven't been able to reproduce this. Even before the fix when I changed my password on the iOS device I stayed signed in. That was also what I experienced this morning when I tested this locally from the main branch. I only asked about testing with email because there may be two separate issues here: one related to the FxA flow and the other that (hopefully) was resolved with [iOS #12087]( https://github.com/mozilla-mobile/firefox-ios/pull/12087).
> But this is only relevant once the issue reproduces, right? ie, it shouldn't be necessary to sign in on the iOS device by *either* email or qr code, because that's the device where the password was changed.

No it shouldn't be necessary to sign back in on iOS, and I haven't been able to reproduce this. Even before the fix when I changed my password on the iOS device I stayed signed in. That was also what I experienced this morning when I tested this locally from the main branch. I only asked about testing with email because there may be two separate issues here: one related to the FxA flow (which is causing the iOS device to be signed out) and the other that (hopefully) was resolved with [iOS #12087]( https://github.com/mozilla-mobile/firefox-ios/pull/12087).

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