you could use
to force the mobile oAuth page, but with a couple of caveats -

twitter cookies will mean that if the browser session has previously
included some use of the standard (non-mobile) twitter site,
will also result in the standard (non-mobile) oAuth page.

also be careful because the mobile oAuth page is served (correctly)
Content-type: application/xhtml+xml which will not work on desktop IE!

On May 29, 4:38 am, GG <> wrote:
> Anyone know a way to get the mobile OAUTH ui from the desktop
> browser?  Looks like they detect the browser and then swap the style
> sheets as oppose to redirecting to
> (which dosnt exist)
> Maybe there is an undocumented parameter we can use?  Something like:

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