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Old 12-02-2007, 03:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I tried searching, didnt come up with anything. I upgraded to Opera mini 4. In the About menu it confirms that, but every website I visit still has a message on the top to upgrade to 4... anyone has that?
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After you downloaded it did you do a battery pull that might help.
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After you downloaded it did you do a battery pull that might help.
yup, did everything..battery pull, sd card pull.. when I open Opera Mini - it shows that it is Opera Mini 4 beta.... About menu also says that... and even when I try to upgrade again, it says that I already have that installed...
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I had that, too. If you look at your installed applications, you'll see that you've got two Opera's installed. Delete the beta and everything will right itself. Though you will probably find that the start icon is in a different spot...
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I had that, too. If you look at your installed applications, you'll see that you've got two Opera's installed. Delete the beta and everything will right itself. Though you will probably find that the start icon is in a different spot...
worked, thank you very much. I did have 2 installed. SHould've checked that before... thanks
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is there anyway to make this the default browser? and also how do you use the shortcuts?

like the * or the # key requires alt... how?
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is there anyway to make this the default browser? and also how do you use the shortcuts?

like the * or the # key requires alt... how?
Don't know about the default browser. But for the shortcuts...keep Alt down, press either # or * (still keep Alt held down) and press a number key.

Clearly, this shortcut is intended for non-QWERTY keyboards, and on a full QWERTY, it's more keystrokes than using the menu key...
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