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Firefox Browser for your Samsung Galaxy Pocket

If you want to install Firefox on your Galaxy Pocket, the first thing that comes to your mind is to go to the PLAY STORE Application that is installed on your phone, type the word Mozilla or Firefox or both on the search box then you will see the Firefox logo. But once you opened it, you will see an information saying Your device isn't compatible with this version.

Another option for  you to install a firefox browser is through here

Open any of your existing browser on your phone.

go to this link

and at the bottom, you will see the box for Mobile

click the download icon for

Android (ARMv6)
21MB | apk

or you can access this link to be directed on the download link

after the download has been completed,
go to your My files -> download

click the

then click install, and wait until installing is done.

That's it. Hope it will help.


  1. Now, I have the S5300 and was pleased to hear this explanation, unfortunately, does not the installation. after I start the installation I have a load indicator. and then displays "Application Not Installed". now is a newer version available, it could be because? greeting

  2. Many thanks. This is very useful information for me which I can use to update my phone Without Firefox in hand, I find it very difficult to use my phone, particularly since I offer a reverse phone lookup service via our website and I like to be connected constantly to the Internet.


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