Updating opera version on wii
This is, we admit, a pretty bad picture of the settings screen. Up until now, Wii fans weren't able to fully enjoy using the Opera browser for the Wii.However, the newest version of Flash Player it supports is version 8.If you have an older version of Flash on your computer, you update the Flash Player in a couple of seconds just with an Internet connection.Upon battling your way out of hypnosis and installing the system update checking out the Shop Channel, you might've found that the final version of the Wii's Opera browser is available for download.
Both are the result of installing updated System Menus from discs that came from other regions.
However, you can’t get into the Settings menu (to enable Wi Fi, update the software, etc), because when you do, you are presented with a similar screen to above Let’s take a look at why this happens. If you ever have the fun opportunity to select “Format System Memory” when the Wii boots up, you’ll be presented with this screen — *before* the “warning” screen: After this screen, you are then given a few screens that ask you to select a region, a console name, and some other settings — one of which is this screen: I don’t have a picture handy, but before you are shown this screen, you get one with a message that says “Your Wii console has a screen burn-in reduction feature.
To use it, activate it in Wii Settings.” After you finish this series of configuration steps, it will finally show you the “warning” screen.
Opera announced that it's developing a browser for Nintendo's Wii console, on May 10, 2006.
Genyo Takeda, senior managing director and general manager, Integrated Research & Development Division, Nintendo stated: "For our Wii console launch in 2006, we required a browser that was fast and secure with support for the latest standards including AJAX.