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  1. I have a 7″ kindle android OS model M729B tablet.I’m missing the browser icon in my tablet and I can’t get into the internet surfing. How can I get the icon back into the system?My nephew somehow made it disappeared while playing around with my tablet.Please ,help me in reajusting my lovely tablet.Thank you.Renato Tabascio

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