Opera Mini 5.1 Native WM Plus Extra Options
XDA member imbunned presents this powered version of Opera mini 5.1 for Windows Mobile devices. Opera Mini’s interface does a decent job of balancing simplicity and functionality. When not in full-screen mode, the basic interface includes a title bar at the top, an address bar and multi-search field below, and a toolbar at the bottom.
The enhanced version presented by the developer includes: Gsensor disabled-enabled option, on-line MP4 playback, large files download, latest address open automatically, youtube mp4 download & playback, and more.
Originally posted by imbunned
Opera Mini 5.1 Native Windows Mobile+ Extra Options
All ERror are Removed
thanks to JaCoL_JcL
This is latest version Opera Mini 5.1 NATİVE( 12.09.2010 )
ALL İN ONE CAB
– İnstall my cab file
– go to \Storage Card\Program Files (or internal storage\Program Files) and click Mortscript.exe(only once)
– Go to any site
– tab&hold top bar(address bar) and click copy
– My Script will run automaticly
Go to rapidshare link,
latest address will open with Opera Mobile
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