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In Browser Gmail and Google Reader stopped working

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by Roid, Nov 7, 2010.

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    Droid 1, Android version is 2.1-update1.

    I use google reader for lots of RSS feeds and read in the Android browser. And also read some of my gmail accounts in the Browser. Apparently the Android browser has some built in functions (browser apps perhaps?) that provide a friendly way to handle these google web site functions.

    They've worked fine for 9 months, now just hang in the middle of loading. Any suggestions? I didnt' change anything, these functions just stopped working. Can't find a way to "reset" or update the browser. I am worried that google updated something to Android 2.2 on their web site. I never did update to 2.2 and am just guessing that could be a problem.

    Thank you!
    Roland
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    I found the answer, Javascript was disabled in the browser. Not sure why, must have been driver error, but for some reason Javascript was not enabled in the settings. Just had to enable javascript and all is fine.

    Roland
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