Is it just me or has Opera decided to implement a peculiar 'workaround' to bully its users with interrupted network errors now?
In the current version 67..., I get slightly fewer «interrupted: network error» problems (still around 10%, though), but downloads are now even slower than they were before, beginning at between 50-100 kB/sec and then gradually declining to 20 or even 10 kB/sec. On larger files, this is devastating.
Furthermore, despite having the flag for parallel downloads enabled, the stupid software slows down one file to 0 kB/sec, 'speeds up' the second download to 20/50/100 kB/sec for a few seconds and then does it the other way round, i.e. increasing the speed on the first file why the second one is briefly 'parked' at 0 kB/sec. This idiotic behaviour of increasing and decreasing speeds between the files that are being downloaded results in endless waiting times until a file has finally finished downloading, unless the dreaded interrupted network error gets the better of it during the endless process of downloading.
Firefox, TOR, Vivaldi and a bunch of other browsers do not do this, not even natively with their own means. It goes without saying that there are tons of download managers out there that handle the basic functionality of file downloads more intelligently, too, so what gives? Can the basic functionality of file downloads not be implemented in a half-decent manner?
@waskabir said in Opera mini is getting error to some websites.:
I'm using Opera mini 27.0 version for Android. Recently I have noticed it isn't accessable to browse websites like - Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, Cricbuzz.
Kindly solve the issue as soon as possible.
Time to update your Opera Mini. The current Opera Mini for Android version is 38 which works for me on the sites you mentioned.