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Firefox 125 SUMO Sprint

What is SUMO Sprint?

SUMO Day/SUMO Sprint is that time of the week when the whole Mozilla community comes together to answer incoming questions on the support forum for Firefox, Firefox for Android, Firefox for iOS, and Firefox Focus users. Check out this page to learn more about it.

What's new in Firefox 125

Firefox Desktop

Description Bugzilla Request KB link Status
Highlight and comment on PDF viewer Updated

Firefox for Android

Description Bugzilla Request KB link Status
Language standardization for Credential Management features Updated

Firefox for iOS

Description Bugzilla Request KB link Status
Firefox Suggest for Mobile Updated
Night mode - Updated
Address autofill New

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Known issues

Please refer to the following contributor discussions to learn more about known issues:

Dot releases

  • Firefox 125.0.1 – April 16, 2024. More like a de facto version of 125. Due to a high-severity quality issue discovered shortly before release, the 125.0 release was skipped in favor of 125.0.1.
  • Firefox 125.0.2 – April 19, 2024. Reverted changes shipped in Firefox 125 that block downloads from potentially untrustworthy URLs. We plan to fix and re-enable these protections in a future release. (Bug 1892069)
  • Firefox for Android 125.2.0 - April 19, 2024. In response to bug 1892069 and including the fix for a high-volume crash, primarily affecting Android (bug 1890077).
  • Firefox 125.0.3 – April 29, 2024. Various bug fixes, including bug1892612 (Firefox opens tab with IP address

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How to get involved in the sprint?

Join us in our community portal event and contribute by:

  • Answer forum questions
  • Respond to actionable tweets

Answer forum questions

Many people visit our forum to ask questions about Firefox. You can contribute by answering their questions directly on the forum, or using the SUMO Live Helper add-on created by SUMO contributors.

Respond to actionable tweets

You can also help many people who are having problems with their Firefox by responding to actionable tweets (meaning that the tweet expressed that somebody need support). Check out this article or take this short course to know more about how you can help people on Twitter. We strongly recommend existing community members to use Conversocial to reply to tweets from the official support account, @FirefoxSupport.

How can I get more help?

You can join our Matrix channel to ask questions/join community discussion.