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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by spottyelephant, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. spottyelephant

    spottyelephant Android Enthusiast
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    Recently my browser (stock) has been acting up.

    It started when i'd do a Google search, then click images, and i'd get the above message.

    But now, sometimes when i start the browser up and do a simple search, it says the same:thinking::thinking:

    What's going on? I'm not really a fan of the other browsers available - any ideas how i can fix the stock one?!
     

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  2. WirelessGuy

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    I would try clearing completely the browser (please be warned the following will also delete your bookmarks but it will reset your browser to day 1).

    MENU/APPLICATIONS/MANAGE APPLICATIONS/MENU/FILTER/ALL then select Browser. Select the "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache" buttons (one at a time), then select Force Stop. Return to your home page and then reopen your browser, if it was a bad setting or corrupt file it should fix it.

    Hope this helps!
     

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