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Old 10-03-2010, 08:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got myself the Torch as an upgrade to my 9700. A great device that for me close the gap between having a touch screen device and a BB.

I sow on one of the reviews that one of the options in the universal search is google search for the keywords entered. I looked at mine and could not find it.

I tried the search options and marked all the categories but the google search was not there.

Am I missing something?

Im on 6.0.0.246 BTW

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Options>launch by typing>universal search.
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Google is your default search?
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Browser>option>default search
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It seems that this option don't exist

Universal search is on with typing but in browser options I can't find the default search to change it to google.

Strange

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With your browser open press the menu button scroll to option open browser option you will see default search setting set it to google.

Browser>Option>default search>set to google
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That's exectly the strange thing. No such option.
Browser>options> no default search option
Maybe the eneterprise activation did it ? Could it eliminated by the server rules ?
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Im missing all these options as well, and also have no Google search option. And i do subscribe to a BES. I installed the Google mobile app for now, and strategically placed the icon, which in reality, is a better way to search Google, but, not as tightly integrated as the universal search :( Let me know if you find a solution!
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