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Browser swiching I switiched my razr over from t-mobil to at&t and the t-mobil browser needs to be switched over to at&t as well. can any one help me?

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You need to flash the phone with a Monstor AT&T/Cingular flash file.

Posted on Aug 01, 2007

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