Posted by onlydarksets on February 15, 2008
One of the best WM browsers out there is also the cheapest – it’s free! Opera Mini runs in a JVM, so you will have to install one. I used Cloudyfa’s Esmertec Jbed.
Once you have Jbed installed, install the High Memory version of Opera Mini 4.
However, by default there is no one-click shortcut. Someone solved that here. (source: mwfielder)
Also, you have to click a couple of confirmations each time you load the browser, which is a bit of a pain. Again, though, there is a fix! (source: mwfielder)
- Use File Explorer and navigate to \windows\appdb\selector.utf
- Copy that file to a place you will remember
- Download the attached file to somewhere on the i760 and unzip it
- Copy the file (selector.utf) to \windows\appdb\
- Explorer will ask if you want to overwrite the file and you should click yes.
- Close everything and start up OperaMini. You should be able to navigate each time you open OperaMini up without seeing the 2 prompts.