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do you use mobile internet? and have suffered with situations where you cant read local languages? here is the solution.
opera mini actually supports local scripts but most of us dont know how to enable local language script in opera mini, so by using this simple trick, from now onwards you can see all languages in your opera mini, including malayalam, tamil,gujrathi,bengali and so many local languages.
the procedure is simple you should have a working internet connectivity on your mobile phone to enable this feature
the procedure is really simple. here is the step by step guide to tweak your opera mini web browser to support any language.
- start opera mini application
- in the address bar of your opera mini browser , type “about:config“
- after that scroll down to the last option “use bitamp fonts for complex scripts” change the option to “yes“
- scroll down and click on “save“
you are done now you can enjoy browsing the sites in local languages read face book posts and comments in local languages and a lot more using your opera mini java web browser
so you can use your java phone functionality to the full extent. if you have any doubts in doing this please comment here