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By GeekBerry Staff on February 27th, 2009 at 2:03 pm
Filed Under — 9000 BoldFAQTips & Tricks
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How to enable Javascript on the BlackBerry Bold 9000 series browser.

1. While you are in the browser, click the trackwheel.

2. Click Options.

3. Click Browser Configuration.

4. Check the Support JavaScript box.

5. Click the trackwheel.

6. Click Save Options.

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3 Responses to
“BlackBerry Bold: Enable Javascript”
  1. Nerissa
    February 10th, 2012  at  11:20 pm

    good day!

    i hav a 9360BB curve, iam using a you tube every day for my son, 1 day my 1 and a half years old son playing my phone and pressing every key on that phoe then suddenly i cannot open my you tube and its written there “ENABLE THE JAVASCRIPT ON YOUR BROWSER” i tried to delete the you tube and returned it but still like that.. how to enable the javascript browser??? please help me..

  2. February 20th, 2012  at  3:17 pm

    You can re-enable javascript support via the browser settings.

  3. omika ashok
    December 10th, 2012  at  3:02 pm

    Heyy. My javascript is already enabled but I cannot access few sites, it says enable javascript which is already done. Please help me out! What to do ?

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