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Old 01-02-2009, 11:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Here is my situation. I bought a blackberry Bold in Canada on Rogers. I didn't have a data plan at the time so I was just using the hotspot browser and my Wi-Fi. I think I deleted something from the service books too. Now I unlocked the phone and I'm lliving in Australia. I am with a new carrier now "Optus" and I have data with the plan im on with them. For some reason now when i go to default browser configuration, only the hotspot browser is listed. and this isnt just because I'm on a different carrier, this was going on back home too. I cant remember what your supposed to have on the service books but i only have: wap push config, wi-fi tcp/ip browser, wi-fi tcp/ip transport, and mms client 1.2. some please help. thankyou
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