BlackBerry Curve 9320

BlackBerry Curve 9320

Clear browser data - BlackBerry Curve 9320

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When you use your phone's internet browser, various data is stored temporarily in the browser memory, such as cache and cookies. If you have problems loading web pages, deleting this data may help. Follow these instructions to clear browser data.

Step 1 of 11

Find "Options"

Press the Menu key twice.

Step 2 of 11

Find "Options"

Scroll to Browser and press the Navigation key.

Step 3 of 11

Find "Options"

Press the Menu key.

Step 4 of 11

Find "Options"

Scroll to Options and press the Navigation key.

Step 5 of 11

Select browser data

Scroll to Cookies below Clear Browsing Data and press the Navigation key.

A cookie is data saved by a web page in the browser memory. The data can be login information or other information about the choices you've made on a web page. Cookies allow the provider to adjust the contents of the web page to your preferences.

A copy of the web pages you've visited is saved in the cache. The next time you connect to a previously visited web page, your phone retrieves data from the cache.
Step 6 of 11

Select browser data

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), it's selected.

A cookie is data saved by a web page in the browser memory. The data can be login information or other information about the choices you've made on a web page. Cookies allow the provider to adjust the contents of the web page to your preferences.

A copy of the web pages you've visited is saved in the cache. The next time you connect to a previously visited web page, your phone retrieves data from the cache.
Step 7 of 11

Select browser data

Scroll to Cache below Clear Browsing Data and press the Navigation key.

A cookie is data saved by a web page in the browser memory. The data can be login information or other information about the choices you've made on a web page. Cookies allow the provider to adjust the contents of the web page to your preferences.

A copy of the web pages you've visited is saved in the cache. The next time you connect to a previously visited web page, your phone retrieves data from the cache.
Step 8 of 11

Select browser data

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), it's selected.

A cookie is data saved by a web page in the browser memory. The data can be login information or other information about the choices you've made on a web page. Cookies allow the provider to adjust the contents of the web page to your preferences.

A copy of the web pages you've visited is saved in the cache. The next time you connect to a previously visited web page, your phone retrieves data from the cache.
Step 9 of 11

Clear browser data

Scroll to Clear Now and press the Navigation key.

Step 10 of 11

Exit

Press Disconnect.

Step 11 of 11

Exit

Press the Return key to return to standby mode.

1. Find "Options"

Press the Menu key twice.
Scroll to Browser and press the Navigation key.
Press the Menu key.
Scroll to Options and press the Navigation key.

2. Select browser data

Scroll to Cookies below Clear Browsing Data and press the Navigation key.
A cookie is data saved by a web page in the browser memory. The data can be login information or other information about the choices you've made on a web page. Cookies allow the provider to adjust the contents of the web page to your preferences.

A copy of the web pages you've visited is saved in the cache. The next time you connect to a previously visited web page, your phone retrieves data from the cache.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), it's selected.
A cookie is data saved by a web page in the browser memory. The data can be login information or other information about the choices you've made on a web page. Cookies allow the provider to adjust the contents of the web page to your preferences.

A copy of the web pages you've visited is saved in the cache. The next time you connect to a previously visited web page, your phone retrieves data from the cache.
Scroll to Cache below Clear Browsing Data and press the Navigation key.
A cookie is data saved by a web page in the browser memory. The data can be login information or other information about the choices you've made on a web page. Cookies allow the provider to adjust the contents of the web page to your preferences.

A copy of the web pages you've visited is saved in the cache. The next time you connect to a previously visited web page, your phone retrieves data from the cache.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), it's selected.
A cookie is data saved by a web page in the browser memory. The data can be login information or other information about the choices you've made on a web page. Cookies allow the provider to adjust the contents of the web page to your preferences.

A copy of the web pages you've visited is saved in the cache. The next time you connect to a previously visited web page, your phone retrieves data from the cache.

3. Clear browser data

Scroll to Clear Now and press the Navigation key.

4. Exit

Press Disconnect.
Press the Return key to return to standby mode.
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