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Old 10-04-2005, 02:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've got a 7100t on BES (still on ver. 3.8), so I have two browser icons on my home screen -- the T-Mobile browser (big globe) and the BlackBerry browser (small globe with weird tower behind it). The two render pages somewhat differently, so I've always used the BlackBerry browser.

About 10 days ago, suddenly I could not load any pages in the BB browser, even though I had a good signal. So I closed it and used the T-Mobile browser, which loaded the pages fine.

Since then, when I click on the BB browser icon, I get the T-Mobile browser page rendering instead! How do I get the old BlackBerry browser back?
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Sounds like you are using MDS through BES. They probably just need to stop and start the MDS service, it happens to us once in a while.
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