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Old July 18th, 2011, 10:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I installed the proxymator app on my non-rooted Desire 2.2 and it's seriously broken my internet access.

When I downloaded the app and started it, it crashed when I opened the app. So I removed it straight away. However even when I removed it, my internet access in web browsers wouldn't come back - it says every page is unavailable.

It looks like it has half installed and set the proxy but as it won't start I can't undo the settings. Does anyone know a way to manually remove the proxy settings?

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Tried re installing?

Also just double check it didn't play with the apn too
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Tried re installing?

Also just double check it didn't play with the apn too
My apn is set to general.t-mobile.uk - is that all i need to check?

Yeah i tried reinstalling too, it still crashes and still won't access the internet when i uninstall again.

PS I've also tried turning the phone off and on
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You may need a good ole fasioned factory reset.
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You may need a good ole fasioned factory reset.
Fixed it!

Reinstalled, then clicked Clear Data before I uninstalled
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