How to Delete Quick Links in Opera Mini


The Opera Mini web browser is optimized for the smaller screens of cell phones. Its home screen is a grid of nine squares that each function as quick links to websites. If you don't want to keep the preset quick links to sites like Facebook and Opera Portal, simply delete unwanted quick links and add others in their place.

  • Open Opera Mini by tapping its icon from the home screen of an iPhone or from the "App Drawer" of an Android. Select it from the "Applications" menu if using a BlackBerry or the "Programs" menu of a Symbian phone.

  • Press one of the nine squares if you are using a touch-screen device. Keep your finger in place until a menu pops up in front of the selected square. On a device without touch input, press the number on your keypad that corresponds to the square's position on the grid. For example, the box in the middle of the grid corresponds to the "5" key -- below and to the right of that is "9." Keep the key depressed until the menu appears.

  • Choose "Clear" from the menu in front of the selected square to delete the quick link. Choose "Edit" to replace it with a link to the website of your choice.

  • Enter the URL of the website of your choice into the "Enter Address" field if you selected "Edit" from the menu.

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