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    Default I erased my default Internet browser app and now I can't get it back, please help!

    I accidentally erased my default Internet browser app on my Samsung galaxy note 2. Now it says it's turned off. imgur: the simple image sharer

    I just wanted to re download it but I don't see how. How do I turn it back on?

    And until I figure this out I have to use chrome but I need to have 2 browsers but anyway, in Chrome how do I make it so it doesn't try to guess the url I'm typing? It always guesses wrong and it's a pain having to erase what it writes.
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    Default Re: I erased my default Internet browser app and now I can't get it back, please help!

    follow this post Stock Android Browser
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    Default Re: I erased my default Internet browser app and now I can't get it back, please help!

    Welcome to Android Central! Unless you're rooted (i.e., modified the phone so that you're a superuser), you can't uninstall or remove a preinstalled app like the stock Browser. It looks like it's just Disabled/Turned Off. Tap "Internet" on that screen that you linked to, and select "Turn On" or "Enable," and that should get it to work again.

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