Viewing Android Opera Offline pages On Windows 10 Opera Desktop

muzzieoz
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    Hi

    I'm using Android 7.1.1 on a Oneplus 3t phone. I'm logged in to Opera, both on my Windows 10 desktop and my phone. What I would like to be able to do is view my phone's offline pages on my desktop browser. I've tried to find out how to do this but failed.

    Could anyone please tell me whether this feature actually exists? If it does, could you please tell me how to use it? (Just pointing me in the right direction is fine.) If this feature does not exist, could you please tell me how I can request it for a future update?

    Thank you

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    sgunhouse
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    You'd have to be able to transfer the file from your phone to your PC, which probably requires root access on the phone. Desktop Opera can save and view MHT files; I'll presume they are using the same format on Android (why "reinvent the wheel"?) ... but as I don't have access to Opera's folder on my tablet (because I don't have root access) I've never actually done it.

    leocg
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    Could anyone please tell me whether this feature actually exists?

    It doesn't.

    leocg
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    leocg

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    If this feature does not exist, could you please tell me how I can request it for a future update?

    You can ask for it in Suggestions Box.

    cubot
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    cubot

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      @muzzieoz:

      maybe this helps

      http://forums.opera.com/discussion/1868516/opera-mini-saved-pages/p1

      access to //data/com.opera.mini.native/files/savedpages directory requires rooting your OP 3T

      i'd scan from pc via usb, but using linux on a rooted phone with developer options activated.

      good luck.

      zalex108
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      If I'm not wrong, ES File Explorer has root access even in not rooted devices, (I've read it somewhere but the devices where I've installed are rooted)

      Despite the latest bloatware additions you could uninstall those 2 apps later and ES FExplorer still works as a complete piece.

      cubot
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        @zalex108:

        ...File Explorer has root access even in not rooted devices
        

        nope. it doesn't, i just tried with a unrooted factory-standard samsung.

        zalex108
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        Thanks for the clarification @Cubot.

        Can you take a look at the settings?
        It seems that at least could read.

        cubot
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          @zalex108:

          FX File Explorer 5.1.2.2 (from apkmirror, as not using google play) cannot read or copy: access denied.

          muzzieoz
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          muzzieoz

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            Thanks for all the feedback guys, I thought it was a long shot but worth a try.

            zalex108
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            @Cubot

            Then, maybe they changed something.
            Thanks.


            @Muzzieoz

            Rooting your phone?