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# 39817 19-Aug-2009 18:32
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Now this may appear a stupid question. Now I cannot delete the browser history. When you click "go to web address" if you delete the current web address it comes up with a rather long list of websites that I've manually written in, clearing all privacy data DOES NOT clear it.

Thoughts? I mainly use opera, but there are one or two dodgy addresses in there which I'd rather not pass on to the new owner!

Sorry picture is rubbish, not from my phone obviously
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  # 248716 19-Aug-2009 18:36
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AFAIK Opera does not comes installed on N95 by default. Just uninstall it and install it again.




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  # 248721 19-Aug-2009 18:44
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Sorry, it's the standard browser that I'm having issues with. Opera works fine.

 
 
 
 


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  # 249159 20-Aug-2009 19:06
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I advise a full reset of phone before you pass it on.
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