I would agree with bob.hitching - let's take a general approach.
It is obvous that the OAuth twitter login page is not mobile optimized
so, rather than going and asking everyone
what phone you have and then trying to fix it for that phone - why
don't you just follow the best practice for mobile xhtml - basicaly
that would mean no javascript, no html tables...using just simple set
of the well known html - div,form elements,br :) it is really
easy and i do not see why you guys are taking no action - there is
already a lot of users using this just because they would not like to
install an app
on their phone.

Please consider this seriosly and we are all here to help!

On Apr 29, 12:07 pm, Raffi Krikorian <ra...@twitter.com> wrote:
> hi.
> i'll follow up on this - do you have a notion of what browsers, what phones,
> etc. your users are coming from
> On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 1:49 AM, twittme_mobi <nlupa...@googlemail.com>wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I migrated my mobile web site to OAuth.
> > Now, I have a lot of users complaining that the OAuth page of twitter
> > is not
> > mobile friendly.Some of them are getting just a blank screen or just
> > cannot open it.
> > My honest question is - this is being discussed many times but where
> > are we with this?
> > Are all those users really suppose to get such a bad user experience?
> > Why would you need a javascript
> > on a login page?Is it so hard to create such page just for mobile
> > browsers?
> > Is anybody handling this - I mean it is an obvious problem that we
> > have for more than a year already.
> > Any comments on this are highly appreciated.
> --
> Raffi Krikorian
> Twitter Platform Teamhttp://twitter.com/raffi

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