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In the previous Pearl devices one could press the o/p button to show the browser connection info which shows which browsing service is being used i.e. the carrier or the BES. If I click the mouse anywhere in the top right area of the information bar that something similar comes up, but no browsing service info, just duration, bytes sent and received, and the security settings. Does anyone have any insight into this as we would like to be able to tell if we are using the BES or not?
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