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Looks like this is not possible. In the Opera Mini FAQ, it says: You must have a compatible phone with an Internet connection. When you download Opera Mini, you will be told if your phone is known to work. To see if your handset can run Opera Mini, visit the list of supported devices.


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You didn't specify whether you're using Opera Mini or Opera Mobile, Opera Mini uses compression proxy server to optimize the page for your device; and this almost invariably breaks in-browser wifi authentication page since the browser will try to connect to its proxy which it can't do because the gateway blocks access to the proxy until you authenticate. ...


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It works with Opera Mobile, it should be the same for Opera Mini. You can try this: go to the default Android browser apps settings and click on "Clear defaults" if settings in Opera Mini has a "Set as default" check box, select it open a link with a browser and select Opera Mini as default If the above doesn't work: uninstall Androids default browser


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I have found some numbers on Opera's website: They claim that Mini compresses webpages by "up to" 90%, Turbo compresses them by 80%.


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I used to face the same problem for long time. But now I've got the solution. Very easy: Go to Menu → Settings → Advanced → Protocol and choose HTTP only. It works for me :)


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I've seen some lame WiFi gateways (especially at hotels) that only intercept correctly for top-level URLs like "http://www.somesite.com", but more specific URLs like "http://www.somesite.com/this/that/another" don't work because they get redirected to "http://192.168.0.1/this/that/another" which doesn't work on the lame gateway. So, try browsing to "www....


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Maybe you try two avenues: Dolphin Browser (Which does prompt for to clear cache, etc on exit), there's the Mini version, this version as linked to the Play Store, and the HD version. History Eraser - this clears all the history of SMS, Calls, Browser history etc in one swell foop.


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OP seems to confuse Saved Pages feature with Bookmarks. Address of a saved page (or any page viewed in Opera Mini) is copy / pastable (to anywhere) from the top of your screen. Whole point of Saved Pages is they contain the actual page contents as well (OP seems strangely unconcerned about losing this !). Path to Saved Page data given above may well be ...


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There is an option under Settings, but it's tucked away under Advanced settings and the wording might not be intuitive to people unfamiliar with browser jargon: In the popup settings menu from the Opera icon in the bottom right, (or menu button if you have one), choose Settings > Advanced > Start page content Switch from Default to Speed Dial only This ...


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AFAIK Opera Mini saves webpages for offline use in a native format it can understand. You won't be able to use the pages even if you found them on your phone.


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Saved pages are stored in Opera Mini's private file directory, which is /data/data/com.opera.mini.android/files/. They are saved in Opera Binary Markup Language (OBML), and you will need root privileges in order to access them. As far as I understand, the links are simply embedded in the .obml file rather than being stored separately anywhere.


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If you are rooted, you could use an app such as MyBackup Root or Titanum Backup to backup Opera Mini, and then restore it on the new device. It is not possible if you're not rooted.


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For Android users, it's simple. Go to: Settings › Applications › Manage Apps, chose All Apps, scroll to the Browser, tap that entry, and hit the button to Clear Default settings. Then as you use the message links, select Opera as the default browser.


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u can try clicking on the big "O" on the right upper part and then go to the "settings" which is the usual settings icon (a bolt?) or if u dont knownwhat the setting icon looks like to the 4th option on the list. then from there go to the 7th option...scroll upwards and u will see English (UK). I figured it out this way. Cheers!


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Wi-fi is used for just wireless networking (not necessarily for internet sharing). So, if you get bars on wi-fi, it doesn't mean you've got internet access. Wi-fi can be used to share files or gaming, for example. In your case, I suppose.. your school's campus wi-fi would be providing internet (the only purpose they advertise wi-fi campus). If you are ...


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