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Old 01-27-2008, 10:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just upgraded to 8310 from 8300, when I started opera mini, I get this message about "opera mini trying to invoke low level network would you allow this" message. I didn't have this with the 8300.

I changed the application permission in advanced option to always allow this but it still doesn't solve this. Anyone have an idea how to make this message not coming on?
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Old 01-27-2008, 10:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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actually i have the same question, got opera last night. way better then the bb browser
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Wirelessly posted (8320 Curve: BlackBerry8320/4.2.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/100)

Same thing here too. I've tried everything with my 8320...

Anyone else got any suggestions?
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Lightbulb This worked for me...

I just figured this out-- although I have T-Mobile.

I tried downloading the Opera Mini version 4 and kept getting error messages that it couldn't install with that low level network nonsense.

Using the help section on the Opera Mini website, I did this:

I went into my phone, settings, and then Advanced Options. Went into the TCP and changed the network APN to "wap.voicestream.com" No user name or password--left that blank.

It totally worked!

It will be different for AT&T I imagine, but at least you kind of know what you need to change-- you just have to figure out what their APN is.


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I just upgraded to 8310 from 8300, when I started opera mini, I get this message about "opera mini trying to invoke low level network would you allow this" message. I didn't have this with the 8300.

I changed the application permission in advanced option to always allow this but it still doesn't solve this. Anyone have an idea how to make this message not coming on?
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Old 02-02-2008, 03:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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^^^ thanks
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I just figured this out-- although I have T-Mobile.

I tried downloading the Opera Mini version 4 and kept getting error messages that it couldn't install with that low level network nonsense.

Using the help section on the Opera Mini website, I did this:

I went into my phone, settings, and then Advanced Options. Went into the TCP and changed the network APN to "wap.voicestream.com" No user name or password--left that blank.

It totally worked!

It will be different for AT&T I imagine, but at least you kind of know what you need to change-- you just have to figure out what their APN is.
Two different questions. The OP was asking about internet access, not installation.
The OP probably had an older operating system on the 8300. The older operating systems didn't require the "permission" for Opera Mini to access the internet, the newer operating systems (like the one the 8310 has, and the newer systems for the 8300) require the permission to accesss the internet, and there really is no way around it. Sorry!

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Two different questions. The OP was asking about internet access, not installation.
The OP probably had an older operating system on the 8300. The older operating systems didn't require the "permission" for Opera Mini to access the internet, the newer operating systems (like the one the 8310 has, and the newer systems for the 8300) require the permission to accesss the internet, and there really is no way around it. Sorry!
i have a new verizon blackberry curve (833), so from what you are saying is that there is no way to get around every time i use opera mini, it asks for a low level internet connection? that's a big pain hah. oh well...

i don't understand why it doesn't go away if i edit all of the permissions for opera mini to ALLOW

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