1. JCyinzer's Avatar
    Any advice is greatly appreciated. My employer is moving from Good (which worked perfectly fine on my Passport) to Divide managed by Mobileiron. I downloaded Divide, and when I open it the following message is displayed:

    Setting up work email on Passport: "Incompatible device, ARMv7 architecture required.-img_20150820_195643.png

    Thanks in advance.

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    08-20-15 08:16 PM
  2. BB-JAM215's Avatar
    It's looking for a ARMv7 compatible processor. You can hope that BlackBerry comes out with a Android version of the Passport.
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    08-20-15 10:39 PM
  3. JCyinzer's Avatar
    Thanks BB-JAM. I thought I read somewhere that Passport was ARMv7 but probably bad information. This is very unfortunate as I really don't want to move to android (or iPhone).

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    08-21-15 08:23 AM
  4. BB-JAM215's Avatar
    Yes, the Passport does has a 32bit ARMv7 processor, so the issue must be with the Android Runtime. I've read that the current runtime version is getting out of date, and that there are problems with updating it. This may be part of the reason BlackBerry appears to be moving from BB10 to full Google Android.
    08-21-15 09:53 AM

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