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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please download the latest version of Opera Java browser, which has the full funstionality as such of system browser and try using the full features
The default browser with the s40 phone such as 6300, supports mainly wap sites, So please download opera mini, teashark browser to enjoy full funstionality
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Posted on Sep 26, 2009
OLD VERSION OF ADOBE'S FLASH PLAYER....GET THE LATEST FLASH PLAYER":
don't bother downloading and re-installing the latest Flash over and over and over again.
You will get absolutely nowhere doing that, because that is only adding to the problem.
There can really be only 3 possibilities:
→ something's wrong with YouTube
→ something's wrong with your cache
→ something's wrong with Flash 10
Your problem could fix itself in a few hours, or the next day,
because YouTube actually shuts down a lot of their servers
every day without telling anyone, (in order to update things).
On those occasions, it's really YouTube's transmissions of
of it. This creates "time-out" or "run-time" errors, giving that
message. You can sometimes fix this by either: hitting "F5",
clicking "Refresh", or clicking "Back"/"Forward". PLEASE VOTE.
If by the next day YouTube is still showing you that JS&FP
message, maybe your "temporary internet files" and cache
memory are full and cannot take anymore. As such, videos
can't even begin to buffer.
"Temporary internet files" are 1000s of little bits and pieces
of websites put on your hard-drive. They'll stay there forever,
slowly plugging up your computer, (like hair in a sink drain)
until you get rid of them. Otherwise, one day your YouTube
will suddenly be "stuck".
Because your computer now has such little space in which
to "cache" a video, YouTube will mistakenly think that your
or that your player is "FLASH 7".
The solution to all that is to first exit YouTube, but not your
browser. After, clear your "cache" of all its "TIFs", "cookies"
and "history". (See below.) After that, shutdown and reboot.
Watching YouTube vids hasn't changed in the past 2 years.
(Believe it or not, you can still use "Flash 8" if you'd like to).
The newer Flash players are giving many YouTubers plenty
of grief -- particularly since there are 11 different "Flash 10s".
It's nuts that there is 10.0.525, 10.0.576, 10.1.218, 10.2.26,
10.2.54, 10.12.10, 10.12.36, 10.15.3, 10.22.87, 10.23.1, as
well as 10.32.18 now.
Most updates are good for only 1 thing:...Software conflicts.
I've never strayed away from 9.47, and many "flashers" use
9.45 still. Think of them as Windows XP compared to Vista.
Look at what the Asker said after this Best Answer of mine:
If that seems interesting to you, here is the appropriate link:
Note 1: if you've got an "Accelerator", dump it, burn it, rip it,
kick it, trash it, disable it, uninstall it...get as far away from
it as possible. There are "Torrents", "Messengers" and "Ad
Blocks" that also conflict with YouTube.
Note 2: some longer videos may need "Shockwave" to play
Note 3: if you downloaded Flash, did you actually complete
the process and INSTALL it? If you have Firefox or IE 8, did
you enable their add-ons?
Internet Explorer 6:
→ Tools → Internet Options
→ Delete Cookies → OK
→ Delete Files → OK
→ Clear History → Yes
Internet Explorer 7:
→ Tools → Internet Options → Delete...
→ Delete files → Yes
→ Delete cookies → OK
→ Delete history → OK
→ Close (browsing history window)
Internet Explorer 8:
→ Tools → Delete Browsing History
[. ] Preserve Favorites (leave blank)
[x] Temporary Internet files
Mozilla Firefox 3:
→ Tools → Clear Private Data
[x] Browsing History
[x] Download History
[x] Saved Form and Search History
→ Clear Private Data Now
Mozilla Firefox 3.5:
→ Tools → Clear Recent History
Time range to clear: → Everything
[x] Browsing & Download History
[x] Saved Form and Search History
→ Clear Now
Apple Safari 3:
→ Edit → Preferences
→ Security (tab) → Show Cookies
→ Remove All → Done
→ Safari → Empty Cache → Empty
→ History → Clear History
→ Tools (wrench) → Clear browsing data...
[x] Clear browsing history
[x] Clear download history
[x] Empty the cache
[x] Delete cookies
Clear data from this period: → Everything
→ Clear Browsing Data
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Are you using the Opera browser or Internet Explorer? There is an updated Opera browser available that does more including Flash/Java etc
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
SOURCE: I used DFL-800 to block
Your better off not doing it that way, reset the router. Use GoogleDNS or OpenDNS to block certain websites as that way you've less hassle and any websites you want to block then add them to your hosts files
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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