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Old 03-30-2008, 12:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently installed more themes and now my internet browser is missing. T-zones works as well as Operamini, but my regular browser is missing. In the options>advanced options>Browser it only will allow T-zones as a browser option. Anybody have any ideas?

Found it. Should have searched first.

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I recently installed more themes and now my internet browser is missing. T-zones works as well as Operamini, but my regular browser is missing. In the options>advanced options>Browser it only will allow T-zones as a browser option. Anybody have any ideas?

Found it. Should have searched first.
Try switch to a native theme and see if it appears? Otherwise, Start with a battery pull, if that fails then resend your service books from your BIS account, if that fails then Menu>Options>Advanced Options>Host Routing Tables>Menu>Register Now.

If all of the above fail try removing the theme and see if it returns after a battery pull.

Good Luck!

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