1. Tyler G1's Avatar
    Finally after unsuccessfully trying other torrent downloaders that would install but wouldn't download I found a working Vuze apk that downloads torrents on blackberry classic.

    [can't post the link but you can find the apk on apk4fun]

    Vuze Torrent Downloader 1.6 apk file for Android 2.3.3 and up

    Hope this helps someone... I couldn't download torrents for a year and all my searches had outdated info..
    02-11-16 08:27 PM
  2. grahamf's Avatar
    02-11-16 09:14 PM
  3. Technarch's Avatar
    The app I like and use is Flud. I haven't tested it on BB10 because I haven't needed to, but Flud is better than Vuze, so check it out. Good speed, good features.
    02-13-16 09:37 AM
  4. grahamf's Avatar
    I haven't tested it on BB10 because I haven't needed to.

    Oh really? Guess what it probably doesn't work. If other Android Torrent downloaders don't work then it's probably because they don't handle the reverse-engineered ART properly. Flud is just as likely to suffer from the same problems despite working properly on a pure Android device. I linked to BitTorque because it's a native BB10 app, but it's banned from the appstore so you have to sideload it like you do for Snap.
    02-14-16 12:05 AM
  5. Tyler G1's Avatar
    I heard of torque but couldn't download It can you walk me through it . App I suggested working 100 percent in bb10
    02-15-16 12:09 PM
  6. grahamf's Avatar
    I heard of torque but couldn't download It can you walk me through it . App I suggested working 100 percent in bb10
    You need Sachesi. Just launch it, let it connect to your phone, then drag the bar file onto the app.
    02-15-16 01:03 PM
  7. CivilDissident's Avatar
    I prefer the all-purpose functionality of PUT.io for my torrenting needs... Not only does it allow you to torrent like a beast, but also provides storage, has a variety of apps for a vast array of platforms from cell phones (even my 9900 can access and DL with ease) to roku/chromecastapple TV and beyond. MP4 converter comes in handy for older devices or poor network signal. Finally, they're based outside of the US, so none of the typical f@ckery one can expect from those who pander to our sanctions. It isn't free, but some things are worth a price. This is one of them in my opinion. (Loads via Google play to my Android device as well as to my Classic without problems. For my outdated 9900 I simply use the Web version and works just as well in a pinch)

    Posted via CB10
    02-16-16 12:34 PM
  8. jberb1984's Avatar
    I'm on a Priv now but when I was using my Z10 I used flud regularly always worked fine for me.

    Curve8300 - Curve9220 - Torch9850 - Z10 - Priv
    02-16-16 07:49 PM
  9. sum one's Avatar
    ... while in 10.2.x.x i was using tTorrent... but after upgrading to 10.3. It stopped working.... since then i have installed FLUD (about which i had read in one of the forum posts)... it works perfectly for me...

    Posted via CB10
    02-16-16 08:03 PM
  10. valiant29's Avatar
    Flud works perfectly in my passport on bb10.

    Posted via CB10
    03-23-16 12:55 AM
  11. John Vieira's Avatar
    When I had my passport, Flud worked very well. Surprisingly so actually.

    Posted via overheating lollipop Priv
    03-23-16 01:12 AM

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