RESOLVED – Issue with v1.1 auf Deutsch

25 Aug

UPDATE: The nice guys & gals at Mozilla were kind enough to quickly approve the fixed version. Users who were experiencing issues should go to “Tools > Addons > Find Updates” (or to be more correct, the German equivalent) or visit to download directly.

We have recieved reports that users with their browser language set to German (locale DE), have had issues with FoxToPhone v1.1. A fix has now been released.

Firstly, thanks to all the users who who brought this issue to our attention.

My sincere apologies about the issues you have encountered, a fix has been applied and tested to resolve the issue you experienced.
Mozilla will take about a week to roll this fix out automatically. Until then feel free to remain using version 1.0 or you can upgrade directly to version 1.1.1 using this link:

In other news, v1.1 has been released to the masses, bringing with it QR Code detection and the technical preview of file uploads. (See previous post)


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  1. Luisa Bumba

    09/09/2010 at 19:07

    Ach was.. Die Sanitäter haben mir sofort eine Invasion gelegt.

  2. eYe

    16/10/2010 at 23:29

    You know what feature would be absolutely awesome? Send to multiple accounts. For example, my wife and I both using Android phones…. If I was to send a link to her phone currently I would need to log out of my account and log into her account. A quicker switch method would be great (if at all possible)

    • alfonso

      17/10/2010 at 12:23

      The support for that feature must be developed first at the core, but I’m not sure that they will add it because then it’s almost like recreating again an IM or mail program.
      For the moment they have marked that request as “wontfix”

  3. Mario Contino

    25/12/2010 at 16:00

    The add-on is now incompatible with the 4.0b8 version. It was working fine until Mozilla pushed an update to the 4.0Beta browser. Just giving a heads-up.

    • paddy

      25/12/2010 at 19:36

      Thanks, we’ve updated the extension on, it should work now. Tested on Firefox pre9Beta Linux i386