Firefox Alpha Armv6 DownloadGeneral

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  1. AngryTeddyBear

    AngryTeddyBear Well-Known Member

    I do NOT take any credit for this. All credit should go to Mozilla for bringing Firefox to armv6 devices.​

    I know this is pretty old news. :p But I'm doing this for people who don't know how to. ;)

    Here's the link to download Firefox onto your LG Optimus V: Firefox Alpha armv6.apk - File Shared from Box - Free Online File Storage

    If that download didn't work try this:
    Firefox Alpha armv6.apk

    You don't need to be rooted to install it.

    Instructions for noobs: :p
    1. Download the apk file onto your phone through the browser.
    2. Go to your settings then applications and check unknown sources.
    3. Find the apk file with a file browser like Astro File Manager.
    Link for Astro File Manager:
    4. Open your file manager and go to the downloads folder.
    5. Click on Firefox Alpha armv6.apk
    6. Install and enjoy! :D

    If it opens like a HTML Viewer, try this:
    1. 'Long press' on the file
    2. Choose Rename
    3. Erase everything and type ' Firefox Alpha.apk'
    Make sure you have the '.apk' at the end! :)

  2. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    I tested this a while back. I liked the interface, especially the execution of the tabs, but the incomplete features keep it from being a daily driver for me. Thanks for keeping this potentially great browser on everyone's radar!
  3. AngryTeddyBear

    AngryTeddyBear Well-Known Member

    It is a pretty good browser. :)
    And no problem. ;)
  4. a5pe4

    a5pe4 Well-Known Member

    Were you guys able to get to sync?
  5. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    I never tested that functionality.
  6. RoujinKarma

    RoujinKarma Well-Known Member

    Downloaded v14, broken for me :s
  7. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    Broken how? Didn't install? Didn't run? Stole your checkbook and ran off with your girlfriend?
    What happened?
  8. Petrah

    Petrah Psychotic Female

  9. RoujinKarma

    RoujinKarma Well-Known Member

    *face desk* yeah maybe a description would be a good thing.

    Install using a file manager(obv), launched the app, once launched it stayed at a white screen.
  10. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    Ah, now we get somewhere. I'll check the md5 of the apk I have so we can compare. Might be a bad download. For the record, did you try uninstalling and re-installing?
  11. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    File:/sdcard/Download/Firefox Alpha armv6.apk
    MD5: ce662954e152089bc029303ae2fa576c
  12. AndyOpie150

    AndyOpie150 <strong> <a href=" Contributor

    brotherswing:The md5 sum is only for the specific download site that you used. Maybe you could include the actual link so members won't be thinking it's a bad download if they use the alternate site.
  13. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    I used the second link in the OP, so the md5 could be calculated from that....
  14. RoujinKarma

    RoujinKarma Well-Known Member

    I'm using version 14, and this one is version 13. So MD5 wouldnt matter, I use Alpha 14 on my computer, so I would of liked to use it on my phone :p
  15. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    Where did you download your copy of it from?
  16. RoujinKarma

    RoujinKarma Well-Known Member

    Mozilla's FTP servers
  17. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    Try downloading it twice more to different folder locations. Then grab something like winmd5free and calculate checksums on all three. Now that I think about it, that's a lot of work. It's up to you, but that's what I would do.
  18. mishmosh2000

    mishmosh2000 Well-Known Member

    Man, I installed this package 3 times and couldn't find it on my OV---finally wised up and realized they were calling the app "Nightly". Doh!

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