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Topic # 88610 19-Aug-2011 10:39
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When trying to use many 3rd party applications that require an internet connection (e.g. the "LinkedIn" app) I get a 502 gateway error from a Blackberry Curve. Internet access is ok, browser works etc, I've tried putting the Vodafone APN into the TCP/IP settings but it made no difference. Any ideas if this is going to be a device issue or am I going to need to try and get our BES admins to investigate?



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  Reply # 508887 19-Aug-2011 10:42
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Change your default browser to be Internet Browser instead of Vodafone Live.

This is found in:

Options->Advanced Options->Browser

PS: I hate my Blackberry with a passion and would never ever actually pay money for one. Or probably even accept money for one.

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