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Opera Unleashes Updated Mini Browser for Mobile Phones

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Jun 19, 2007, 2:19 PM

Blackberry 8830 (Verizon World Phone)

Has anyone tried it on the BB 8830? I don't mean to sound lazy and not just try it myself, but I've had some problems with my phone crashing from other 3rd party software so before I have to go a reset my phone I would appreciate if anyone could let me know if it works/doesn't work. Thanks so much for any help.
I use it on my 8830 and a guy I sold it to uses it as well much better browser no lock ups or anything.

Jun 20, 2007, 11:14 AM

Blackberry 7130e

This doesn't work on my BB7130e

When it get's to the point where you have to accept the EULA it only gives the option to Exit....not accept.
I have heard that if you hit "q" that is the accept button. Q and P serve as the softkeys for this application.

Jun 19, 2007, 8:07 AM


What an improvement.. If you didn't like Opera Mini before check it again!
1563kbps on my Sanyo M1. Wow! 😁
I was never a fan of the mini Operah, I've always preferred the fat Operah... 😲

Jun 19, 2007, 12:32 PM

Wikipedia and IMDB search is gone

The start page on the old version had a handy custom search box that could be set to IMDB, Wikipedia, and some other options. Now it only has the Yahoo box.
Very sad.. I didn't notice. Report it to Opera.

http://www.operamini.com/beta/feedback/ »
Hey Guys, let me ask'ya something.

How exactly do you go about getting Opera Mini 4 onto a handset? Do you just navigate through Cingular's MediaNet and find it there? Is it that easy? I'd like to know.

But I am very, very glad with what I read,...

Jun 19, 2007, 7:35 AM

Really Swanky

I like the virtual mouse. The app is even smaller now and alot faster. Only thing is that I wished that google was the preferred search engine. If I recall in the first Opera Mini release google was the search engine of choice but things changed back in February.
Agreed. I prefer google over yahoo.

At least they should let us choose which search engine but it's probably a money deal between yahoo and opera.

Jun 19, 2007, 8:26 AM


So, is their spokesperson a very large braided-blonde wearing a horned viking helmet?
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