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Registered: ‎07-30-2009
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Can't Get MediaNet Icon

Hello. I recently purchased a used 8310 (AT&T) online and I noticed there was no MediaNet icon. I have tried wiping the device and registering the service books and battery pull, but none have worked. There is not even a MediaNet option when I go to options>advanced options>browser>default browser configuration. Even in the default blackberry browser, there is no MediaNet bookmark. I use MediaNet quite often to keep up with news, sports, and weather. I don't know what else to do. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Re: Can't Get MediaNet Icon


ECK wrote:
Hello. I recently purchased a used 8310 (AT&T) online and I noticed there was no MediaNet icon. I have tried wiping the device and registering the service books and battery pull, but none have worked. There is not even a MediaNet option when I go to options>advanced options>browser>default browser configuration. Even in the default blackberry browser, there is no MediaNet bookmark. I use MediaNet quite often to keep up with news, sports, and weather. I don't know what else to do. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Hi and welcome to the forums!

MediaNet is an vendor specific ( AT&T) application. Your best recourse is to contact them.

We can't help you through any Blackberry software or procedures with this.

Try this info from the At&T support forums: MediaNet and Blackberry

Thanks,

 

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