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Registered: ‎09-21-2011
My Device: Curve & 8520
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BB9900 - Network issues when try to connecto to the network

Hi all,


My application use network for several things. It works with most devices I've tested. But in BB9900 when I try to connect to internet I new got it. I try to use by order: WiFi, Direct TCP, BES, BIS, WAP 2, but the result is always the same. but the most strange is that if I go to the default browser there is netowork. And for example the Blackberry Maps works well too. I don't know what is going on. Any idea ?


Best regards,


 Nuno Nobre