03-08-2012 06:45 AM
I have installed Opera Mini Next (http://m.opera.com/next), which is technically Opera Mini 7, but it is detected as Opera Mini 1 .
03-08-2012 07:06 AM
I apologise if I have misunderstood but I think you have posted this in the wrong place and I will alert the mods to move it to somewhere it will get a better readership (Don't worry you will not loose sight of it).
My understanding of your post is that you have downloaded an opera mini browser onto a mobile device so I assume this should be in the Norton Mobile Security (NMS) forum. I also assume that what you mean is that after it is downloaded and scanned then NMS scans it, and hopefully reports that it is clean, but says that it is Opera Mini 1.
Please let us know if I have correctly interpreted what you are saying or if not please clarify what it is you wanted to say.
If my interpretation is correct then I suspect that NMS is picking up on a bit of labeling in the downloaded app but the team will probably need to look at it.
I look forward to hearing back from you.
03-08-2012 08:59 AM
03-08-2012 09:29 AM
On your latest post I can see the signature line you refer to. The fist one in this thread did not have the relevant signature line. You therefore appear to have been correct in posting in the Feedback forum I will ask the mods to move this thread back there. I'm sorry we misunderstood you in the first place.
So as I now understand it, your concern is that when you post from your mobile device the precise version of the browser is incorrectly shown. I do not think this is unique but I am not an expert on this.
I suspect that this is probably a Lithium issue rather than a Norton one.