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    Browser crash...help?

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    I was looking up movie times last night on my 8800 when the browser just crashed. I couldn't bring up the menu screen or click any links, all I could do was click back or hit the end call button. I tried loading my wap browser and it did the same thing. I tried rebooting the phone twice but the problem stayed, infact now when I try to launch either browser they dont even open the phone stays on the main screen but seems to hang untill I hit the back or end call button.

    Any idea what caused this and how to fix it?


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    Re: Browser crash...help?

    Did you try a battery pull? If that doesn't work, I would suggest removing the browser app and reinstalling... maybe even an OS reinstall if it comes to that...
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    Re: Browser crash...help?

    ^^ what she said, lol

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    Re: Browser crash...help?

    ahh, nice call.

    Battery pull worked, thanks a bunch!

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    Re: Browser crash...help?

    glad it worked
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    Re: Browser crash...help?

    Either the battery pull or drop kick it to the next century and get a new one j/k Why does it seem that a battery pull always seem to pretty much solve all problems. Whats the BB doing?

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    Re: Browser crash...help?

    Battery pull seems to work for most problems because it forces all the software internally to shut down and restart. It is like doing a reboot on a PC.

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