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two devices showing up when sharing a page from Android to my home PC.

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When I go to use Firefox on my Android LG G7 Verizon I always been able to share from the cell phone to my home PC say a tab that I want to read later lately I noticed that my laptop is showing up my PC is showing up but also my PC is showing up twice I have a screenshot I don't know if I can uploaded. The first pink circle (Damon)is my home PC. I don't know why there's 2? that's my question the other one is my laptop Pegasus I recently had a bsod and was unable to recover from it had to reinstall maybe that's why but I can't figure out how to get rid of it. Thank you for your time in advance I hope it's not too confusing cuz I am confused right now! I use Firefox on all three of my devices laptop PC and Android and sync all three of them together certain settings

When I go to use Firefox on my Android LG G7 Verizon I always been able to share from the cell phone to my home PC say a tab that I want to read later lately I noticed that my laptop is showing up my PC is showing up but also my PC is showing up twice I have a screenshot I don't know if I can uploaded. The first pink circle (Damon)is my home PC. I don't know why there's 2? that's my question the other one is my laptop Pegasus I recently had a bsod and was unable to recover from it had to reinstall maybe that's why but I can't figure out how to get rid of it. Thank you for your time in advance I hope it's not too confusing cuz I am confused right now! I use Firefox on all three of my devices laptop PC and Android and sync all three of them together certain settings
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I guess it's just a glitch. You can go to https://accounts.firefox.com and remove that additional instance.

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