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01-24-2011 12:45 AM
Perhaps I misunderstand your query...the app that is a browser is called "Browser"...
If sites are blocked by your corporate IT Policy, there's nothing that can (or should) break past that.
02-02-2011 02:40 AM
Possible, but I think I'll wait for the OP to provide clarification.
02-02-2011 08:30 PM
Yes, Bolt broswer is exactly what I'm looking for.
The main "Browser" app doesn't get all websites because they are filtered out by my company. Since Bolt looks like it acts as an app the filter doesn't work on it.
Any other apps like Bolt?
02-06-2011 06:01 PM
Most websites are blocked with my company phone.
Is there an app thats a broswer?
when you launch the Browser application, it is defined to use your company browser. It is called "BlackBerry browser", and goes through all the proxy settings of your company.
You can set the Browser application to use another browser than the "BlackBerry browser". For example the one named "Internet Browser", that will go through directly your carrier's proxy (that is not touched by your company restrictions).
To set your device to another browser :
if you do not like that browser, you can indeed use BOLT browser and Opera Mini, both having tabs which is very practical.
02-11-2011 06:59 PM
02-11-2011 08:49 PM
funny.. mine doesn't work that way..
under >Browser, I've 3 choices: 1. Hotspot, 2. Internet Explorer 3. Firefox
I changed it to Internet Explorer.. but, when I try opening the browser application again, I can't. It says no wifi connection is available. Din't you say "For example the one named "Internet Browser", that will go through directly your carrier's proxy (that is not touched by your company restrictions"... I do have correct TCP settings. Opera Mini works just fine. If Internet Browser does work in the end, does that mean, I can download themes OTA? Or is the Hotspot Browser a must for that?