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Old 02-22-2007, 04:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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for the 8700, which version of opera mini should be used? the high memory version or the low memory version? also, what is the difference between the two?

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Go to Opera.com and go to the link to get Opera Mini. Then there shouls be a hyperlink stating if your not sure if your phone is compatible. It will take you throught three easy steps to be certain what it can take. However the high memory version (advanced) is more likely apporpriate for 87xx seeings how I use Advanced Opera mini.

The basic is less visually detailed and graphic and cell phones like Samsung T-619 are what the browser looks like and advance is smoother, faster loading and better looking. The link directions gives abetter idea I'd this is not detailed enough.

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I installed the high memory version and my phone went to crap...it rebooted itself a few times with the spinning hourglass. I decided not to bother with it since the bb browser was decent enough.
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I've got the high version and it works fine, give it a go.
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does any one know what the actual feature differences are? i have the high on there now and it seems to work ok, the low seems exactly the same though.. anyone know the difference?
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does any one know what the actual feature differences are? i have the high on there now and it seems to work ok, the low seems exactly the same though.. anyone know the difference?
Go here
http://operamini.com/help/faq/#version#version
This will give you what you have been looking for.
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