User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:55.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/55.0 Build ID: 20170809080026 Steps to reproduce: I have updates set to Manual on all my machines (all PC Windows 7). Under HELP, ABOUT I saw current version (54.0.1) and clicked CHECK FOR UPDATES as usual. Actual results: On Tower (main PC Windows 7 machine), running FF 54.0.1 at the time, the updates to FF 50.0 and 50.0.1 worked OK. But on Laptop (also a PC Windows7 machine), still running FF 54.0.1, the update check says none are available when FF 50.0 and now 50.0.1 are in fact available. Even after rebooting, the detection of update still fails. Expected results: Updates should work normally as they usually do. I don't see any help or suggestions about this, other than instructions to run the standard Help/About/Check that I already did.
Doh... FF 50.0 and 50.0.1 should read 55.0 and 55.0.1. I'm trying to update from FF 54 to FF 55.
Dan this should be fixed by now. FF 54.0.1 will find the update to the just released 55.0.2. According to bugzilla it was intentional that 54.0.1 did not update to 55.x on all systems. Please try and confirm if it is fixed for you, too.
In a word, Yes -- I can confirm it works here. I first updated my PC Windows 7 Tower from 55.0.1 to 55.0.2 -- it had been updated before the recall, I guess. Then I was able to update the Laptop (also PC Win 7) from 54.0.1 to 55.0.2 with only one unrelated hiccup -- the partial update (DL 24.4 mb) would not take, so it required the full download (43.0 mb), which worked OK. (I say unrelated because this happens often on the Laptop for some reason, and only rarely on the Tower.)