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You can't uninstall the browser, however you can clear its cachr/data. It's like doing a factory reset but only for the browser:
Originally Posted by Jon Garrett
Settings -> applications -> manage applications -> all applications -> browser
And then click on clear cache or clear data (maybe try cache first and see if that helps, if not then try data).
I had a similar problem on my Optimus Pad when I first got it, it was caused by one of the options. I think the automatic Google login, although now a few days later I re-enabled autologin and it works fine. Weird huh.
Ps : just my own personal opinion here, for me "root and rom" should never be a solution, but for fun or trying something else or bringing functionality not originally included. If I need to root and rom to make the device just work, it means the device was faulty to begin with and not worth it...
I like to tinker, I just don't want to HAVE to tinker to get anything done. I tinker enough at my job as it is...lol