Mozilla for android not connecting to HTTPS sites

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My Mozilla Firefox Android browser can't connect to HTTPS sites starting from an hour ago. I tried clearing cache and cookies and reinstalling. But both couldn't help. My other browsers connect fine but I want to use Mozilla because I'm a Firefox lover 🙂

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Mozilla for android not connecting to HTTPS sites

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Check again its settings. You might have accidentally disabled an option there that affected the https browsing of the android browser. If there is an option in the android browser in restoring its settings and configuration back to default then try restoring it to its factory settings.

It would help in refreshing its configuration. If the result is still the same, try uninstalling Mozilla Android from your phone and then restart it. After rebooting the phone, download the new version of Firefox for Android at http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/mobile/.

Always remember that this application requires Android 2.1 or above to work. So if you are not using the latest android version or your current android version is lower than 2.1, better try upgrading your android to the latest version.

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