Updating wii opera software
This is very quick - all you really have to do is find the right update in the Shopping section of your Wii.The Internet Channel is a version of the Opera 9 web browser for use on the Wii by Opera Software and Nintendo.Wii users will enjoy navigating the Web with the flick of the Wii Remote while viewing their favorite content with ease from the TV screen.We are proud of our product and are working hard to make the final version of Opera as revolutionary as the Wii itself.
This video shows you how to properly update the software, both for your Wii in general and Adobe Flash in specific, so that you can watch as much Flash media on your Wii as you care to find!Users who download Opera before June 30, 2007, can continue to use the browser at no cost for the lifetime of the Wii system.The Opera browser for Wii is based on the same standards compliant core as Opera 9, and includes the Adobe Flash Plug-in.On December 22, 2006, a free "trial version" of the browser was released.
The final version of the browser became available on April 11, 2007 and was free to download until the last day of June; after that the browser was available at 500 Wii Points until September 1, 2009 when it was available for free again.
Working with Nintendo has been great education for us as browser makers, and has helped us to make a product that matches Wii's ability to reach across generations and bring enjoyment to all." Parents who want to control access to the Internet Channel should refer to the Parental Controls options available in the Wii System Settings.