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Old 11-09-2006, 05:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have a 7230 with the update to 4.0 software but it wont run certain websites...my friend has a 7290 and can log into myspace without any problems why cant i? what can i do to fix this?
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Old 11-09-2006, 07:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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By the title of your post I'm running under the assumption that you're having trouble loading Website that use JavaScript; is that correct?

Two potential issues to check:

1) Most BlackBerrys have both a WAP and an HTML browser. Make sure you're lauching the BlackBerry Browser and not the WAP Browser (verify by launching the browser, clicking the scroll and selecting "Options" then "Browser Configuration" and verifying that the "Content Mode" field is set to "WML & HTML")

2) Turn on "Support JavaScript" the option (again go to "Options" then "Browser Configuration")

A third possibility is if you are on a different carrier than your friend there may be carrier imposed restrictions on your browsing.
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By the title of your post I'm running under the assumption that you're having trouble loading Website that use JavaScript; is that correct?

Two potential issues to check:

1) Most BlackBerrys have both a WAP and an HTML browser. Make sure you're lauching the BlackBerry Browser and not the WAP Browser (verify by launching the browser, clicking the scroll and selecting "Options" then "Browser Configuration" and verifying that the "Content Mode" field is set to "WML & HTML")

2) Turn on "Support JavaScript" the option (again go to "Options" then "Browser Configuration")

A third possibility is if you are on a different carrier than your friend there may be carrier imposed restrictions on your browsing.
we both are on t-mobile....my "content mode" says wml & html but there is no option that says "support javascript"

any idea why?
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