tone, 24 Oct 2013how did you get yours oris it the leakno my man its not a leak i updated on my bb q10.. thats the safest way yo update
I am new to BB OS.. and i am totally impressed.. I have my BB Z10 and it does a great job. Totally professional. Battery backup improved after a week after it was bought.
Main let down for os 10.2 is no emojis available to use from keypad to all apps and emails like there is on the iphone 😞
AnonD-179946, 24 Oct 2013i got mine already yipeeee .. in south africa...how did you get yours oris it the leak
AnonD-197412, 24 Oct 2013So when is this 10.2 update coming to India?? Excited..It's available in India now.
Its good that after company's announcement to cell out... still they are working for their users...
mohamad ammouri, 24 Oct 2013The update is available in nigeria already yeyOk. Have u updated yours yet?
Downloaded yesterday. Nice to see the dark theme is back on the calendar and also introduced elsewhere, meaning improved battery life on the Super Amoled screens. Label boxes have been smoothed in most places too, so looks very nice (if not drastically differen). Download size was around 450mb if interested.
Oncom, 24 Oct 2013BB in Android extremely draining battery power. In my SGS3, in just 2 hours, without using it ... moremy galaxy infinite 1500 mah battery can stand a lot more than that, is just like normal messenger apps, something wrong with ur s3 lol... :))
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2013The comapany has cash reserves and no debt, they are not terribly bad off.
Its a mystery w... morethey are using TOMTOM for map data.
got problem with bb maps? side-load google maps. DONE!
If you leave the Blackberry app world . Blackberries are still the best business and social network phones available. I love my Blackberry Z10
nomention, 23 Oct 2013at least bb still has some supporter, even though we all know how they will become anyway...go... moreThe comapany has cash reserves and no debt, they are not terribly bad off.
Its a mystery why they dont go for a 3rd party map solution, BB maps is terribly lacking for most of the world outside western big cities and "popular" places, worse than Nokia maps. I think a switch to Google Maps would tip the scale for many potential buyers.