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No service books for internet browser

I am operating on os 4.5.52, had a problem with no internet icons appearing on my screen after uploading bb unite. I deleted that program from both my computer and bb, but i still cannot get the internet to work. (not sure if one has to do with the other either.) I have reinstalled my handheld OS, tried to reinstall my backup I had created before uploading bb unite, resent service books from att.blackberry.net, and I have called my carrier, AT&T, twice now. This last time I called at&t, they patched me through to RIM customer support and I have now been on hold with them for 2hours, still have not gotten a single rep to answer the phone. HELP, please!

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BB unite did have something to do with it. When I put that program on my phone, it also put on a BES. When I tried to delete everything, I couldn't delete the BES from my phone. I found the following post on a different website and will be giving it a shot.

http://www.blackberryfaq.com/index.php/Remove_IT_Policy

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