AnonD-207350, 01 Aug 2015Z30 CATCH ANY WIFI SIGNIAL SIGNIAL... I don't remember that problem with old BlackBerry phones... moreI had several BB phones and all problematik with WIFI catching and holding issue.
All other with their even cheapest chinese phones were catching WIFI signal well but i,with my BB can't,that was shame and nightmare for me.
Z30 has another problem,also all BB phones,thousend of times a day automatic rebootings.Z30 battery is not removable.Z10 battery is removable that is why as a phone,z10 is million times better than Z30 because of removable battery
Z30 CATCH ANY WIFI SIGNIAL SIGNIAL... I don't remember that problem with old BlackBerry phones... Trust me, Z30 run fast with WiFi or your company data!
Can anyone from anywhere worldwide answer this. my Passport has some very advanced features, It's the best device I've ever had, seriously. But why does everyone seem to stick to the older designs? Nothing seems to change. I am genuinely baffled as an individual who likes to see technology progress. Is it a lack of services in other countries, I am wondering?
Geoff Adams (United Kingdom).
munna, 30 Jul 2015I hv used lumia, android, apple ios and two other blackberry earlier and stared using blackber... moreand what about WIFI connection of BB Passport?
you must be inside WIFI modem to catch signal,otherwise BB phones,including Passport, can't catch Wifi signal.General sickness of BB company.Hi-end phones but no WIFI connection if you are more that 1 meter away from WIFI modem.
Plus,tens of times a day reboot themselves.Is Passport the same?
Please,someone to help me about one question.
We all know that Blackberry phones can't receive(reception) wifi,very bad connection,even worse than cheap chinese phones.You must stay directly near the wifi modem to use wife internet,even in this case always disconnect from wifi modem.General sickness of Blackberry company.All other phones catch and hold wife arround you but your Blackberry phone can't.
Now,please tell me,is this problem going on with z10,q10 and passport models?
I hv used lumia, android, apple ios and two other blackberry earlier and stared using blackberry passport since four days. Honestly speaking blackberry is best among all. Blackberry passport is awesome.
Dear all, does Passport supports video call? If so, then is it required to install app ? Please mention the name of the app to be installed. Thanks.
BBRY passport is a marvelous phone. Suitable for biz purpose. Apps run very well (from bbworld or android-based apps). I don't use my passport for gaming. So there is no game app installed.
Just read about android and Blackberry. Heaven forbid!!! BB10 is best business OS and Passport great tool. Have had to strap my android to wrist to stop me throwing it at wall. If I want to play games I'll buy android.
god dam with blackberry blend and fed up with up dates to late and can even conect to pc its an night mare dont buy this shit
Anonymous, 24 Jul 2015hey berry users I m new to it nd realy willing to know that does blackberry passport support a... morehaha lol.. hey actually What's App is built in for Blackberry. You will like how it syncs with the Messages app. Also there is a Blackberry version of Instagram it gives you a TON of features like saving pictures and videos off Instagram. It isnt the offical Instagram app but trust me I like it way better. As for Snap Chat I personally dont use it but I think there is a Snap chat version not sure
I really need to know what this means in a review about Passport: "multi-language support potentially problematic"? Would that mean that it is less useful than th Q10 which is superb in treating at least 3 languages at the same time?
hey berry users I m new to it nd realy willing to know that does blackberry passport support andriod apps such as whatsapp, snapchat , instagram etc?
no offence just curious to know as I m thinking to buy one :)
AnonD-420665, 23 Jul 2015I used BlackBerry since it was introduced to consumer market in Thailand. Even now it is barel... moreA user experience from Thailand! Those, like me, interested in global use of technology appreciate this.
Geoff Adams (United Kingdom)