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Old 10-15-2007, 06:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I backed up my 8300 and restored to my new 8310. Now all I have is "Media net" browser. Where did my "internet browser" go? How Can I get it back?

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Go to Options > Advanced > Host Routing Table, click to register now, pull the battery to reboot and see if it comes back around.
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Trying that now....thanks.
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Go to Options > Advanced > Host Routing Table, click to register now, pull the battery to reboot and see if it comes back around.
Sure enough. Thanks! Now can you help me get rid of "Shop Tunes", "Shop Graphics", "Shop Games", "Shop for Gun to blow my head off with".....?!
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Sure enough. Thanks! Now can you help me get rid of "Shop Tunes", "Shop Graphics", "Shop Games", "Shop for Gun to blow my head off with".....?!
The list does get to be a bit long. When your cursor is selected over the offending link press your menu key, you'll have a list of options including "hide".
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Thanks. Know about hide. I actually created a "junk" folder. What I would like to do is DELETE! Can this be done through the OS on the desktop?
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You can delete the corresponding Service Book for each of those, but likely your carrier will push them to you again. Hiding them is simple.
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry8700/4.2.1 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/100)

Maybe delete there specific .alx files?
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