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How to Play Youtube Videos in Background on Firefox for Android

There are several apps developed for this purpose which also includes playing Youtube videos in a flaoting widget which you can move anywhere on your screen. For music lovers there’s an app called Background Tube that let’s you play Music videos in background with few options that can also save your data. This feature of playing Youtube in background is available to YouTube Red subscribers and this service is still not available in many countries including India. But no one knew that it is possible to play YouTube videos in background on Firfox for Android which is really simple and easy. You don’t need root, no xposed module, nothing at all.Play Youtube in Bcakground using Firefox Browser for Android

In the following video you will see how you can play YouTube videos in background while using any other app in Android. using Firefox browser. It’s simple, just open the Firefox browser, play your favourite music video and exit the browser, you will still be able to listen to YouTube music videos in the background. This way you can enjoy your music while wriing an email or doing any task on your Android device.

If you are a rooted user, you can use the Xposed module and make your YouTube think that you have Youtube Red subscription to play videos in background. For all Non-Rooted users, please follow this tutorial ad use Firefox browser to listed to YouTube music in background.

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