Unable to Run Opera Mini in Nokia Series 40 phones…?

Here is the solution if you are having problems running Opera Mini in Symbian Series 40 phones. Assuming that Opera Mini is Already Installed here is the procedure how to do rest.

  • Go into Settings.
  • Go into Configuration.
  • Go into Personal Configuration Settings.
  • Now, press Add New (visible if you don’t have a previous Personal Setting created) or press the Options button. When you have pressed the Options button, choose Add new.
  • When you have pressed Add New, you will get a new menu, which will give several options to choose from.
  • Now, scroll down and choose the Access Point and press Select. (Please note that this option is not available on the Nokia 3220 model and maybe on some more models, you can instead use the Services option instead of the Access Point option on the Nokia 3220.) Do not choose the Web option, since this will not work with Opera mini.
  • Now go into Access Point Settings.
  • Go into Bearer Settings.
  • Go into Packet Data Access Point.
  • Now, enter you APN address corresponding to your provider. Then press OK.
  • Go back to the Personal Configurations Settings menu, where you now should be able to see an Access Point selected.
  • Now press the Options button, and then choose to activate this Access Point.
  • Now you should be able to start Opera Mini, and try to load a link on your phone.

If you are still having problems with your Nokia S40 2.0 model of phone, please make sure that you have entered all the required information into the APN setting concerning proxy, user name, password, port etc.

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