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I got my pearl a month ago and love it. I have a couple issues. 1) When using the BB Browser, about once a day, it reverts back to an old home page i had marked, but have changed numberous times. Now i know i could use opera, but tend to like the browser a little better. does anyone know why this is happening? it seems to have started after i downloaded the new telus version from the original verizon OS. 2) about half the time when i go to Google it gives me the old beta version of mobile google page, and it seems to be in German. Again, seems to be since the update. any ideas?
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