1. Ravi Teja 4's Avatar
    My z10 is still 10.3.2.2836.
    And when I try to check for updates
    It is saying you are using the latest software.
    BlackBerry Z10 os-img_20170127_150749.png

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    01-27-17 04:39 AM
  2. Tim-ANC's Avatar
    Is because its locked to a carrier or was previously locked to a carrier. To update, you need to load it.

    http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...links-1098162/
    01-27-17 04:46 AM
  3. anon(4243545)'s Avatar
    Or you can wait for your carrier to release the update officially.
    01-27-17 06:14 AM
  4. Torymon's Avatar
    I'm on AT&T and still can't get the update OTA yet.
    I'm seriously considering autoloading.
    Z10 STL100-3 Love my Z10 but hate my slow a** AT&T DSL!

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    01-31-17 07:58 PM
  5. Tim-ANC's Avatar
    I'm on AT&T and still can't get the update OTA yet.
    I'm seriously considering autoloading.
    Z10 STL100-3 Love my Z10 but hate my slow a** AT&T DSL!

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    I will be surprised if AT&T ever pushes out another BB10 update again. I think OTA is glitchy anyway. Once you autoload, you will never go back.

    Educate yourself about 10.3.3 first. I haven't been convinced it is worth updating to it yet. I'm just fine on 10.3.2
    02-01-17 01:38 AM
  6. Torymon's Avatar
    I've used Sanchesi (sp?) to sideload before, what's the difference between autoloader and sideloading?

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    02-01-17 09:13 AM
  7. brookie229's Avatar
    I've used Sanchesi (sp?) to sideload before, what's the difference between autoloader and sideloading?

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    The autoloader is a CLEAN install and wipes your device totally. You then need to reinstall all your accounts, apps etc. If you do a backup beforehand with Blackberry Link or with an app (recommend this) then you can restore over your clean reinstall if you wish. Sometimes, though, restoring your backup will re-introduce all problems that you may have had previously. I like to NOT use a backup when I use an autoloader and just start fresh. Your phone will FLY in this case. Sachesi, on the other hand, is a non-destructive method of updating. Many people prefer to use what is called a "Blitz" file that installs non-destructively overtop your existing OS just as an Over The Air OS update from your carrier would do. Hope that helps!
    02-01-17 09:22 AM
  8. joeldf's Avatar
    I've used Sanchesi (sp?) to sideload before, what's the difference between autoloader and sideloading?

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    Autoloading wipes your phone and you have to reinstall all your apps and re-setup all your phone settings. You could backup everything with Link first and restore afterwards, but a lot of problems you previously had get restored too. Doing a selective restore can reduce that possibility.

    If you're not having much in the way problems, you can use Sachesi to do a full update without messing up your current settings or apps. Just like an OTA update.

    I've done both over the years on my AT&T Z10, and either method works fine. I just did the autoloader method and finally getting it all set after two days. But I expected that since I'm only restoring a little at a time.

    Joel
    02-01-17 09:22 AM
  9. Torymon's Avatar
    10.3.2.556 works pretty good.
    I'll probably stick with it.
    I updated last time with Sachesi and saved myself the trouble of reloading everything.
    I do need to sideload the Snap update.
    Doesn't seem to auto-update.

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    02-01-17 09:33 AM
  10. ohaiguise's Avatar
    It's seriously not worth using autloaders, Sachesi or anything else to upgrade to 10.3.3. Do so at your own risk. I had 10.3.3 pushed OTA to my Q10 and it works fine, now using Cobalt instead of Snap.
    02-01-17 09:39 AM
  11. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    10.3.2.556 works pretty good.
    I'll probably stick with it.
    I updated last time with Sachesi and saved myself the trouble of reloading everything.
    I do need to sideload the Snap update.
    Doesn't seem to auto-update.

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    You may find SNAP won't work on 10.3.... if it doesn't, take a look at Cobalt's Google Play Store.
    02-01-17 09:40 AM
  12. Torymon's Avatar
    Didn't mean to commandeer this thread but thanks guys!
    I'm going 'shopping' for Cobalt!

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    02-01-17 09:47 AM
  13. brookie229's Avatar
    You may find SNAP won't work on 10.3.... if it doesn't, take a look at Cobalt's Google Play Store.
    As long as he does NOT update to 10.3.3.xxxx , Snap will work.
    02-01-17 09:53 AM
  14. Torymon's Avatar
    As long as he does NOT update to 10.3.3.xxxx , Snap will work.
    Snap shows a newer version available but when I try update, I enter my Google password but it hangs.
    Running 10.3.2.556.
    Really not a 'Must Have' but frustrating nonetheless!

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    02-01-17 10:15 AM
  15. brookie229's Avatar
    Snap shows a newer version available but when I try update, I enter my Google password but it hangs.
    Running 10.3.2.556.
    Really not a 'Must Have' but frustrating nonetheless!

    Posted via CB10
    Hmnn--I'm running Snap v3.0.0.5 fine on OS 10.3.2.2888 Passport. Oh well, check out Cobalt's Store.
    02-01-17 11:12 AM

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