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rjo3491

Apr 16, 2008, 8:16 PM
So after resolving the great voice dial debate (thanks to all who responded), I did pick up one of these phones. Generally, I'm pleased, and, the better I learn the phone, the more I'm beginning to prefer it to my old Samsung.

Now, another question - this time network. I like to use the Opera Mini browser (it loaded fine and works well for the record), but I note that whenever I try to pull up a new web page (even after being on a site (say scrolling through CNN news stories), I get questioned, "Use Data Network" - again, EVERY time I attempt to pull up a new page. The only option that allows me to continue is, "Yes, always ask". So next time, I get the same question. Does anybody know how to program a, "Yes, don't ask again" respons...
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dpr

May 6, 2008, 12:23 AM
I just picked up a Z9 today and was puzzling over the same thing.

I've installed Google Maps, and it asks for permission to use the data network only once while Opera Mini asks continuously.

I think the difference is that Opera Mini is unsigned, at least the downloader/installer said so. Google Maps had no such warning.

I, too, am eager for a fix. The built-in browser (a version of Opera) is okay, but I'm offended that I have no choice but to keep looking at the big, slow-loading, advertising-infused Media Net homepage.

I'd also like a way to obliterate all of the useless, money-sucking extras infesting the phone.
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crackberry

Jun 8, 2008, 9:23 AM
dpr said:
I just picked up a Z9 today and was puzzling over the same thing.

I've installed Google Maps, and it asks for permission to use the data network only once while Opera Mini asks continuously.

I think the difference is that Opera Mini is unsigned, at least the downloader/installer said so. Google Maps had no such warning.

I, too, am eager for a fix. The built-in browser (a version of Opera) is okay, but I'm offended that I have no choice but to keep looking at the big, slow-loading, advertising-infused Media Net homepage.

I'd also like a way to obliterate all of the useless, money-sucking extras infesting the phone.

there isn't going to be a fix. i do agree with your last sentence... yo...
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tegelad

Jul 4, 2008, 4:05 PM
The problem is you need to install a signed Java application. unsigned java applications require network validation everytime to ensure that your phone is not compromised

http://dailymobile.se/2008/04/02/new-opera-41-beta-h ... »

cheers,

+-ADT
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