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Thread: installing Opera on an enV2 (vx9100)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cporre
    C DM you sound like a Verizon employee! Don't give in so easily!

    "where there's a will there's a way"
    BREW has not been cracked, ever. Not yet anyway. Currently there is no way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cporre
    C DM you sound like a Verizon employee! Don't give in so easily!

    "where there's a will there's a way"
    Not sure what makes me sound like anything, beyond simply being realistic. But, good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyelton
    the only CDMA carrior that has java is in canada
    Wow you're honestly entirely incorrect, sprint offeres java phones, oh, and last i checked most motorola's support java nativley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raulh
    Wow you're honestly entirely incorrect, sprint offeres java phones, oh, and last i checked most motorola's support java nativley.
    Motorola does not support J2ME natively. The java environment is run as a sandbox inside a BREW OS (check the filesystem: / -> brew -> java)
    Last edited by ParthG; 04-25-2010 at 09:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParthG
    Motorola does not support J2ME natively. The java environment is run as a sandbox inside a BREW OS (check the filesystem: / -> brew -> java)
    k then if u say so.

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    Well, amazingly enough, it looks like the BREW version of Verizon Opera Mini (version 5) has just recently been made available--for free--in VZW's Media Center (at least for the LG enV2 and LG enV3, so far). Let's hope it makes it to more phones and keeps on being supported and updated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C DM View Post
    Well, amazingly enough, it looks like the BREW version of Verizon Opera Mini (version 5) has just recently been made available--for free--in VZW's Media Center (at least for the LG enV2 and LG enV3, so far). Let's hope it makes it to more phones and keeps on being supported and updated.
    Whoa! Long time no see. It's good to see VZW using their heads. The BREW version of Opera Mini has been available on Virgin Mobile for a long time now.

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