@rassnul said in My flow "failed to connect":
had the exact same problem everyone described. So i decided to try one last time, and now it worked.
What I did was on my PC in Options for Flow to just disconnect my PC from Flow. Afterwards I started Flow up again and tried to connect my phone and then it suddenly worked. Don't know why but I hope you guys might fix it the same way and Opera can fix it to begin with.
@strahinja-radic said in My flow "failed to connect":
@rassnul Oddly enough, now it worked for me as well. After pressing "Disconnect" the "My Flow" tab started flashing again, but stopped after it reloaded itself 3-4 times. Not sure if scrolling the "My Flow" tab to the bottom with the mouse wheel had anything to do with it. Then I generated the QR code and scanned it with no error.
I'm still having this issue, eight months (!) later. Where are you both pressing "Disconnect"? There is neither a disconnect button in the desktop app nor in the android app. I can only deactivate "The Flow" feature but this does not fix the problem.
If you install it and have a Google-based Android phone (one that includes Play Store) then Google knows about it. Some phones use an alternative store but if you have Google Play they know what is installed on your phone.
@petterjhon said in Opera Touch versus Opera Mini:
They actually have three, https://inro.in/gotomeeting/ there's Opera, Opera Mini and Opera Touch.
Opera is their conventional https://inro.in/irfanview/ mobile browser. It has special features such as data savings, ad blocking and night mode.
Opera Mini is a lighter weight https://inro.in/town-of-salem/ browser with focus on efficiency and compression for faster loading and data savings.
Opera Touch is designed to be easy to use one handed and it can link to your desktop browser which lets you share tabs and files between Opera Touch and Opera Desktop.
Just get them all and try each out for a week or so. I prefer Touch, personally
My issue has been solved.....
I would also add OPERA TURBO DATA COMPRESSION!!!1! Please! And not like the one in Opera Mini but more like the one in Opera for Android, i.e. you can leave it on even while connected to WiFi and it would automatically switch the data compression off, as opposed to Opera Mini's behavior when users have to turn it off manually while on WiFi in order to benefit from the faster connection.
I was wondering the same thing. It would help if there was a way to tag Flow entries to make categories or something. I love it, but it gets chaotic really fast. The way it is now, it's easy to forget something is even there. If we could make categories, the entries could be corralled for future reference