Step 1: Get the Basics Down.
By doing this, when you click the link in the text message you have e-mailed to the phone, it avoids the authentication process of logging on to their network. ta-da, you have the web on your phone. don't stop reading quite yet!! there's more to come... XD
Step 2: Installing an HTML Browser
What I had to get:
1. USB data cable for Motorola phones.
2. Drivers for the phone (drivers make hardware work).
3. iDEN JAL (Java Application Loader
4. both the opera .jar and .jad files.
5. a text editor
1. I got the USB cable off ebay for $1.99 (4 bucks shipping)
2. www.driverguide.com has the proper drivers.
3.iDEN JAL, I got from motorola's developer network. http://developer.motorola.com/docstools/idenjal/
sorry folks, you'll have to subscribe to iDEN before you can get it, but it's free, and handy as all get-out
4. I got the generic version of opera mini, for compatibility reasons, both found here: http://mini.opera.com/global/opera-mini-3.1.8295-advanced-int.jad
5. I used window's notepad.
Step 3: Software
Step 4: Re-naming the Files, the Right Way.
MIDlet-1: Opera Mini, /i.png, Browser
MIDlet-Description: Opera Mini
MIDlet-Name: Opera Mini
MIDlet-Vendor: Opera Software ASA
RIM-COD-SHA1-1: 4d d4 40 53 96 fa cf e0 be 3a c2 85 3d da c7 24 e0 54 79 dd
RIM-COD-SHA1: 97 2b 74 33 38 83 83 ea 2e 6e 3c 1b 13 f6 89 65 e7 98 89 3c
take a look at the end of line 9. that is telling the JAL where the .jar is located. if we renamed it, the file won't be found, so we fist that by changing the .jad file, so the line looks like this:
now save the change made to the .jad file, and on to the next step.
Step 5: Installing Opera Mini
Step 6: All Done!
But until that day, my friend. you'll just have to stick to surfing instructables.com from anywhere you are.