Opera tech support replied quickly to my issue and directed me to the Advanced Settings area of my Access Point where T-Mobile had their proxy address installed. I simply removed their proxy address and port identifiers and Opera 8 is now running like a champ on the smartphone. I prefer Firefox on the desktop, but Opera is very good on mobile devices with their Small Screen Rendering technology. Now if I could just get a registration code to work on Windows Mobile devices.
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Success with Opera 8 on Nokia 7610
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