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Old 11-03-2008, 06:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I have been playing with the beta releases for my 8310 for a few months now. For a month or so I've been missing my browser. I've tried the host routing register trick and resending my service books. I have also tried wiping the OS and installing the ATT os, but the icons are still missing. If I open a link I get the message telling me to contact my service provider. I called ATT and they couldn't figure it out and transferred me to RIM. I stayed on hold for over an hour and finally had to give up. Today I reinstalled 4.5.0.102 and tried restoring from a backup from a year ago. Still doesn't work. Anyone have any ideas? Also my camera gives me the "could not start the camera. close other applications..." on all versions of OS too.
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no one has any ideas?
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Ok problem solved. If you have Unite installed and then upgrade to a new beta it will cause all kinds of problems to your OS. I never really used Unite and forgot I had it installed on there. Once I added it back onto the phone with the wizard on my computer it fixed all the problems.
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