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Old 01-14-2009, 11:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi folks,
Anyone know of a way to set opera mini as the default browser on my BlackBerry?
After install, I've still only got the BlackBerry browser and my wap browser as possible options!?

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AFAIK this is not possible as of yet.
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Hmmm, I thought as much :(

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One of the most commonly asked questions on this site.
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at first i was all about opera mini, but now i am partial to the default BB browser. i found the opera mini browser to be slower and a lot more cumbersome to navigate pages. i keep it as a backup because it does display some web pages better than the BB browser, but 99% of my web time is on BB default. what do you guys like better about opera mini for everyday use?
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I use opera mini so I can scroll up n down pages quicker...I would make it my default browser I think if I could...opera mini needs copy and paste then it would be much better!
I'm using it right now to post on the forums seems better then the built in browser to do this stuff.
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what do you guys like better about opera mini for everyday use?
Personally, I don't. YMMV. Use what you prefer.

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do you guys like better about opera mini for everyday use?
I prefer to use the bb browser but the bb browser lacks in certain areas, so my choice is Opera Mini or nothing
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