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BlackBerry Native Browser not working? Do this.

Started by: oslingsby
On: 19/02/2012 | 15:22
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by: oslingsby
on: 19/02/2012 | 15:22 edited: 15/09/2018 | 13:20

WARNING: THIS IS FROM 2012 AND SOME INFORMATION IS OUTDATED.  IF YOU HAVE ANY BLACKBERRY QUESTIONS POP OVER TO HELP & SUPPORT WHERE YOU CAN START A THREAD TO GET SOME ASSISTANCE...

https://community.giffgaff.com/t5/forums/postpage/board-id/QA1

 

BlackBerry Native Browser

 

Make sure you have your chosen goodybag and the £3 BlackBerry Add-on enabled.

If your browser is not working follow these simple steps.

 

Once done, Pull the battery from your phone and give it at least 20 seconds without power, let it boot up and give it at least one full minute to redownload the correct service book from giffgaff and then you will be up and running.

 

 

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Now go to the below service book named "IPPP for BIBS [IPPP]" press your menu button (blackberry symbol) and delete this.

 

 

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Message 1 of 59
by: knoppixeu
on: 19/02/2012 | 15:40
Good, detailed tutorial...
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by: wman2
on: 19/02/2012 | 15:42

Link to this tutorial for forlorn BlackBerry users

 

http://bit.ly/ggbbbrowser

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by: phil8715
on: 19/02/2012 | 16:37
To be honest the in-built browser on a Blackberry is rubbish. The problem is compounded by only having a small amount of internal memory. I would install Opera Mini if I had the choice.
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Message 4 of 59
by: oslingsby
on: 19/02/2012 | 17:16

@phil8715 wrote:
To be honest the in-built browser on a Blackberry is rubbish. The problem is compounded by only having a small amount of internal memory. I would install Opera Mini if I had the choice.

Iv treied others on my 9900 but I find the native browser is perfect and much better than others, personal preference tho.

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by: michaelsmiles
on: 21/02/2012 | 20:52

i ent got the file called ippp bibbs [bibb] any help

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by: oslingsby
on: 22/02/2012 | 19:42

If you have not got that service book and your browser does not work contact a agent and have them resend the serve books as that really should be there.

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Message 7 of 59
by: lucyburgess
on: 26/02/2012 | 19:42

Didn't seem to work for me, still comes up as the same

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by: aoon_m
on: 27/02/2012 | 03:06
Didn't work for me either?
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by: u_ghafoor
on: 27/02/2012 | 03:12 edited: 27/02/2012 | 03:14

The native browser on a 9900 is supposed to be better than Safari on a iPhone 4 / 4S as RIM actually put effort into this one and the Bold has plenty of ram.

Am I the only one who was close to drooling at those high res colour screen shots? Wish my 9300 could do that lol.

http://community.giffgaff.com/t5/Contribute-Innovation-Promotion/Blackberry-Easy-No-Add-On-Internet/...

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