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Opera Mobile 10.3 Flash Finally Working – Windows Mobile
If you have a Windows Mobile device and use the Opera Mobile browser sure you are aware of one of the key missing features: Flash; now XDA members justas696661 posted a tutorial on how to make it work including a video for easy understanding. First remove actual Opera Mobile and Flash lite (if installed) and restart phone. After that, install Opera 10 beta 3 and Flash lite 3.1 provided in here, then restart again. The OP also provides a fix for IE ActiveX. Members reported this to be working on the HD2 and some other devices as well.
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Originally posted by justas696661
[PPC][PDA] Opera Mobile 10.3 [Flash finally working]
Lite 3.1 in two different versions of IE ActiveX + Opera
Video how to install
To enable flash goto Opera settings and enable plugins in advanced
All cab files here.
Try this link to test flashlite 3.1 http://www.heybanana.com/scitech/top…-earth-videos/
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