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Old 11-11-2007, 06:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I notice with the Opera Mini that as I use it, the connection gets slower and slower and eventually fails to connect. I then have to pull the battery and the process continues.
It is not unusual for me needing to pull the battery every 30 min if I am using the program during that time.

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Does an uninstall then reinstall help any?
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I had the same problem with the beta. My thought is that it may be the settings but I don't know.
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Does an uninstall then reinstall help any?
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I have noticed this as well. Also when I travel it wont update the DHCP. But the blackberry browser will still work fine.
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I notice when you change from blackberry to open gateway in the emulation modezn it extends the longevity of the program before I eventually have to do the infamous battery pull to get it operational again.

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