There are several different browsers on the BlackBerry;
WAP Browser or Carrier Browser
The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Browser views Wireless Markup Language (WML) web pages. This browser is provided by the service provider. The WAP browser’s name and icon typically varies between service providers.
The BlackBerry® Browser views HTML web pages both on the Internet and the work intranet. It is available if the BlackBerry smartphone is integrated with an email account using one of the following:
The Internet Browser on the BlackBerry smartphone views HTML web pages. Some service providers enable the Internet Browser as part of the BlackBerry Internet Service. The Internet Browser is available if the BlackBerry smartphone has BlackBerry Device Software 3.7 or higher
The Hotspot Browser allows Wi-Fi network access to the Internet without using the BlackBerry® Internet Service or a BlackBerry® Enterprise Server. This feature is more suitable for use in hotspots rather than an organization's network because it represents an unsecured path to the Internet that bypasses security provided by the BlackBerry Internet Service and the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
How to change?
1. Open up whichever browser you use
2. choose Options
3. Browser Configuration
4. set Browser to which one you choose
5. Also under General Properties
6. Default Browser is also set to same as above
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