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Old 05-02-2009, 01:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

yesterday I reset my blackberry and reinstall all my apps...
What I noticed is that when I install the upgraded version of BerryWeather (1.0.34), now when I press W in the home screen, the browser won't start but it opens the BerryWeather apps.

With the previous version of BerryWeather (1.0.12) this didn't happen).

Is there any settings to bring up the original W for the browser?

Thanks alot, Diego
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Just for web browser I just use 'b' as the shortcut.
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