Opera Mini 26 for Android
Unlike Video Player, There has no option to wind forward or backward in the built in Audio Player. Why? While in video steaming I can swipe forward or backward the playing video but while audio streaming Opera Mini just can't.
Please add, forwarded-backward button in the audio player.
Moreover, If a audio file is 27MB sized file Opera Mini can able to play that following audio instantly after click PLAY.
But if a video file is even 300KB sized file Opera Mini can't able to play that following video instantly. After click PLAY it does "Loding..Loading..Loading..Loading.. & Loading.
And after 4-5 minutes of loading then the video played.
What type of video player is this ? Totally annoying !
I downloaded and installed some Opera Mini to a tablet, but due to some difficulties along the way I'm not sure which version it is. Is there a way to like "right-click" on that to see "version"?
Well, presuming it's latest (26), there was a site rendering issue.
mosreg.ru is displayed fine in every other browser but this Opera Mini: e.g., there are two bunches of rectangular buttons somewhere in the middle by height, the right one being "uslugi"/"services" (which is the point I visit there) -- so out of like a dozen+ only one or two are present at all (I tried reopening, clicking "places" around, scrolling-searching if they're "moved" somewhere in the page - didn't find it).
Settings in tablet?
How do I block adds in Opera 29? Is there a way to block a page from loading? I keep deleting it from history, but it keeps loading and pulling up the browser. Help me please.
How do I block adds in Opera 29?
Such question doesn't exactly belongs to Opera Mini 26 thread. Answering your question: the same way as before, by enabling the data savings and the ad-blocker inside it.
Is there a way to block a page from loading?
Nope. However if the page is loading without any action from your side then something may be wrong with your phone.
There has no latest thread.
Like Opera Mini 28
or Opera Mini beta 29
Why there's no such thread?
Settings in tablet?
There too, in Settings > Apps. Select Opera Mini and you should be able to see the installed version.
Or in Opera Mini settings.
Apologies. Unless that version number differs from-- whatever.
(Thing is, I'm in hospital - I use the tablet (free WiFi), home - the comp.) It said like
20.etc.. Can't remember which way I downloaded it now, only that I didn't seem to pick the version manually. Anyway I'm to start a thread of my own then, aren't I?
(Gosh, it's so jammed!) Checking now again, version 20.0.2254.110284, if I've made it out correctly (font small).
Opera Mini's "Media Streaming" feature is totally awful. It's too bad to use.
Video loads too slowly. Videos can't able to play instantly after clicking Play button. It takes too much time to play any video for streaming. Moreover, if I swipe forward the playing it takes hell lot of time to play after rewind.
And there has no video loading percentage showing when video is loading. If there has loaded video percentage showing as like UC Browser like this picture from UC http://goo.gl/VAieEQ & like this picture http://goo.gl/xE6W6i then we can able to guess that how long I've wait to see the video playing completely.
And for Audio streaming, Opera Mini has a poor built in audio player. Audio's can't be rewind forward or backward. I don't wanna listen the whole audio file. If a audio file is 8 minutes long & if I've to listen after from 4 minutes duration, there has no way to do this.
Opera Mini sucks at web media streaming.
Now UC Browser upgraded its rendering engine from U3 Kernel to U4 kernel for better rendering, better streaming & in the meantime Opera Mini relys on Presto engine version 2.12.423 which is pretty old.
There has a time when UC Browser sucks & Opera Mini Rocks. But now UC Rocks and poor Opera Mini Sucks as well. Thumbs Down. Boooooooo !!!
I am wondering how one can download their bookmark/favorites folder in a format like .cvs ?? Am constantly switching between installed android browsers; regular downloading of bookmarks, merging the various files to create a 'master bookmark' that can be uploaded into each installed android browser is a feature that would be available in a "perfect 21st Century planet."