No HTTPS in Firefox anymore?

Fri Apr 26, 2013 1:57 am in Feature Requests

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backwardstg
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No HTTPS in Firefox anymore?

When trying to use HTTPS mode in Firefox, I get the message: "HTTPS connection is not supported by your current web browser. Please try Google Chrome or Safari."


I don't understand why this feature was removed; not only did Firefox allow HTTPS before airdroid 2, but the app should be considered incomplete until this feature is restored. Firefox is an extraordinarily popular browser, and I'm so bummed to suddenly be unable to use it for airdroid. I really hope this feature will be restored.
backwardstg
takencs
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Got the same issue. Any information about that?
Even if using Chrome the https is crossed in chrome too.
takencs
kylagaston
#2

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Same issue. Please fix ASAP. Thx.
kylagaston
Contact1979
#3

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HTTPS is missing. This appears to be a reduction in security. Can you explain Airdoid's reason for reducing security? Until HTTPS is restored I will be searching for a secure alternative to an otherwise excellent app.
Contact1979
sorc3r3r
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did you anable https, in the settings?top right the dotted line, then select settings and enable https
sorc3r3r
Contact1979
#5

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Thanks for the quick reply. Changing the settings and restarting presented HTTPS again. This freature is tucked away but still present. Keep up the good work .. this app remains the best.
Contact1979
takencs
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@ anthonyh:

so does https work for you now? - for me it does not..
Do you have an alternative to airdroid?
takencs
Ajaykumar5050
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I get the same error. It all worked fine until I was informed I needed to upgrade for no good reason. Also, settings changes don't take effect immediately, or even immediately after restarting airdroid, but that's a different topic.
Ajaykumar5050
rixtalzduo
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uninstalling airdroid .theres a bug or samthin in there, not reliable any more
rixtalzduo
takencs
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any similiar app with https and activation on wifi connection (automatic)?
takencs
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