Created attachment 8640328 [details] Firefox Sync.jpg User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:39.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/39.0 Build ID: 20150630154324 Steps to reproduce: Updated my Firefox from 29 to 39 version. For more screenshots please see https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1073865 topic Actual results: everytime I close and open Firefox browser it disconnects me from Firefox Sync( on 3 different computers ) Expected results: Sync be connected all the time
Thanks for the report! Would it be possible for you to attached a few of the most recent "error" logs from about:sync-log?
Mark, the user provided them here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1073865#question-reply
Anton, do you have your browser configured to clear saved passwords on exit? We have a bug with that, and have removed the ability to do that in future Firefox versions: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1102184 If you don't want passwords saved, it's sufficient to just disable the Password Manager and Sync will work properly.
Can you please visit about:config and find the value for the preference "privacy.clearOnShutdown.passwords" - if that is true it would explain the problem as the Sync credentials are being deleted at shutdown. If that's false, can you please visit about:preferences#security, hit the "Saved Passwords" entry and see if there is a "chrome://FirefoxAccounts" entry there, both when you get the initial error and immediately after re-entering your password. (Please don't paste the contents of that entry into a bug, as it holds the "keys" necessary to get at your Sync data)
Created attachment 8641528 [details] Firefox Settings.jpg Privacy Settings
Hello Chris, Yes I do, but I don't really use that option, I prefer Sticky Passwords instead, I'll try to untick that then please see attached screenshot with the rest of my settings(privacy) if you need
Hi again guys, that has helped, thanks a lot to both. Is there a simple fix like this for the Firefox Pocket option? When you get signed out every single time you restart Firefox? Thanks
IIRC the pocket integration uses a cookie on getpocket.com for authentication, do you have some customized cookie settings that might explain this? (That's just a guess, based on bits of the pocket integration code I happened to be perusing)
ok I see how it works now, thanks a lot for your help, this is now fixed Thanks to all, this ticket can be now closed Have a nice day