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  1. mikedolo's Avatar
    Time to move forward. It's a android/ ios world

    99008910z10Q20Z30PassportPrivDtek50
    09-24-16 04:37 PM
  2. Powdah's Avatar
    Nah, goingg to Sailfish or Ubuntu

    Posted via CB10
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    09-24-16 04:44 PM
  3. evodevo69's Avatar
    Do not be surprised of the update never even comes. Was supposed to come March 2016...

    #workwide #OG Black
    09-24-16 05:56 PM
  4. cellphonejunkey's Avatar
    I disagree with you there. I was completely happy with bb10 even with the lack of apps as long as the browser worked well. I could go to my banking site or book a vacation or pretty much anything I wanted to do. I could use my workout site and watch the videos on it. I jad all the apps I needed and enjoyed the ease of many things bb10 as compared to android. Apps only make a smartphone because android and apple force you to. So many things I could do with bb10 with the apps that were built into the os as opposed to android where they give you the basics and if you want more ya gotta dig through a bunch of junk to find the app that you want. Yeah I like my priv but that's mostly because of the BlackBerry software on it, not because of android. I only left bb10 because I could no longer reliably do many things I needed or wanted because of lack of support. When 10.2 came out I was determined to stick to bb10. I could only see it getting better. Bb10 was a great os period. Personally I didn't need all the apps that I jhave to have now. I'd venture to say that I'd enjoy my priv even more if it was running an up to date bb10. Bb10 was definitely the superior os in my opinion. Apps are over rated

    Posted with my shiny new Priv
    Agreed bbos10 did what it was supposed to do and quite well I might add!

    вιaсĸвεггч ᕵяiv (STV100-3 Rogers Wireless)running Android 6.0.1
    09-25-16 03:10 AM
  5. methodinsane's Avatar
    Z30 was my first BlackBerry and I recently upgraded to the Passport. I want BlackBerry 10 to last as long as possible. But I've somewhat decided I'm going to run two phones. A few apps I would like have moved to supporting android 4.4 so my Passport is useless for those. I'd love a BlackBerry Android phone but I think I'll go with something cheap to run apps I want. I'm fine with that. Many native BlackBerry 10 apps work perfectly for me - fasttube, nobex, casca run, pushplane, readitnow and many more. They're all good implementations that I hope will continue to work.

    Posted via CB10
    09-25-16 03:45 AM
  6. cellphonejunkey's Avatar
    Now that BB is in the Android market, why can't they do the legwork to update the runtime for BB10? I've always felt that navigation and multitasking is superior on bb10, I really only like Android for some apps
    They could but prolly because they wanted to focus resources to adroid .

    вιaсĸвεггч ᕵяiv (STV100-3 Rogers Wireless)running Android 6.0.1
    09-26-16 11:15 AM
  7. Rodrigo Lourenco's Avatar
    this is a joke, isn't it?

    apps? what about movements? you need to do more movements toreach hat you want. you need apps to help you on android, but you don't need apps to do it on BB.


    Stay with the apps, and be happy.
    03-27-17 10:21 AM
  8. noez92's Avatar
    Even android nougat timeline wasn't showed up anywhere, maybe dtek series and priv will be in marshmallow? And if you want nougat buy keyone or aurora? Interesting move just like the old time #bbos
    03-29-17 05:11 AM
  9. Bahrudeen Bawa's Avatar
    Yes RIP. Bcoz all engineers are hired by Ford.

    Posted via CB10
    04-02-17 12:06 PM
  10. Bahrudeen Bawa's Avatar
    Hi, I'm from india. But i bought the mobile from sharafdg. Still I don't get bb10.3.3 for my bb leap. I ask them they said. You get, only from direct purchase from BlackBerry store. What is this. Or else BlackBerry dead

    Posted via CB10
    04-02-17 12:09 PM
  11. elfabio80's Avatar
    Hi, I'm from india. But i bought the mobile from sharafdg. Still I don't get bb10.3.3 for my bb leap. I ask them they said. You get, only from direct purchase from BlackBerry store. What is this. Or else BlackBerry dead

    Posted via CB10
    The update gave many problems to my people. Better to do not update. Maybe we can aspect one more update, but nothing special, just bug fixes....

    Posted via CB10
    04-08-17 06:53 PM
  12. conite's Avatar
    this is a joke, isn't it?

    apps? what about movements? you need to do more movements toreach hat you want. you need apps to help you on android, but you don't need apps to do it on BB.


    Stay with the apps, and be happy.
    Instead of the default, basic file manager / music player / video player / picture viewer on BB10 that haven't been touched in about 4 years, you can choose from a large selection of feature rich, actively developed apps on Google Play.

    Apart from that, some people need EMM software, Microsoft Office, banking apps, and travel / loyalty apps not found on BB10. Not to mention social media apps that more and more businesses are relying on.

    Some people's needs extend beyond email and telephone. If yours don't, and you are happy with BB10 - that's great.
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    04-08-17 06:59 PM
  13. mad_mdx's Avatar
    Instead of the default, basic file manager / music player / video player / picture viewer on BB10 that haven't been touched in about 4 years, you can choose from a large selection of feature rich, actively developed apps on Google Play.

    Apart from that, some people need EMM software, Microsoft Office, banking apps, and travel / loyalty apps not found on BB10. Not to mention social media apps that more and more businesses are relying on.

    Some people's needs extend beyond email and telephone. If yours don't, and you are happy with BB10 - that's great.
    The stock apps on BlackBerry work better than most you'll find on the playstore. Better UX, no ridiculous ads everywhere, and tons of useful features. If you want to get into some really specific or more modern features, then the playstore has you covered, but it's at a cost and usually associated with poor UX.

    It's an advantage to be able to get an app to do something you want, but when I wanted to crop a video I made I needed to go through 5 different video editing apps before I found one that could, and if I wanted to output in full quality I had to pay... I don't see how anyone could consider this "ability of choice" an advantage.

    This with respect to stock android, as I know other phone makers, like samsung, have a lot more features out of the box. Unfortunately BlackBerry didn't bring its basic apps over so we're on an endless hunt for an app for each little feature we need.
    04-08-17 07:48 PM
  14. conite's Avatar
    Unfortunately BlackBerry didn't bring its basic apps over so we're on an endless hunt for an app for each little feature we need.
    I wouldn't want BlackBerry to spend 2 seconds or 2 cents bringing over their "basic" apps. Trying to reinvent the wheel against longstanding expert developers that specialise in particular apps seems like a monumental waste of resources.

    Let BlackBerry focus on what they do best.
    04-08-17 07:55 PM
  15. mad_mdx's Avatar
    Well what they did best in BlackBerry 10 was UX. And they didn't do much of it in android.
    I really don't know who these "expert developers" are that you mention. Most texting apps are made by nobodies, hardly anyone you could call an expert , google's own messaging apps are a mess, google's photo app is terrible and has barely any editing features. If anything, BlackBerry had the experts, but they're most likely working elsewhere now.

    Hopefully with time they build up their android suite, or google does. Why are samsung and Apple number one in phone sales? I'd wager one of the reasons is because they are super functional out of the box.
    04-08-17 08:08 PM
  16. conite's Avatar
    I really don't know who these "expert developers" are that you mention.
    VLC has been making media players for years on multiple platforms (50 million+ downloads). Likewise MX Player (100 million+).

    Picture gallery apps like QuickPic and Piktures, have been doing this for years, and include their own cloud storage services.

    Likewise ES File Explorer, Solid Explorer, Asus, Astro, and many other file manager developers have been at this for years and have features and customizations that BB10 can only dream about.

    These guys have groups of developers that could eat BlackBerry alive if they attempted to go head to head. And what would be in it for BlackBerry?
    04-08-17 08:43 PM
  17. mad_mdx's Avatar
    Media players are not what I meant, the stock player is fine, but the built in editing tools that BlackBerry 10 users had are gone. Like I said, it's undeniable that out of the box the phone feels like it's incomplete, especially for people who came from BlackBerry 10. Cropping video out of the box doesn't seem possible.

    BlackBerry could include their preferred apps, ideally those that work best with BlackBerry android(with the ability to uninstall them) for things they aren't willing to develop. I, like many others, don't really want to go around looking and asking for the best app for every time I want to do a specific task. We're literally just asking for the same features we had before migrating... seems like a no brainer to me
    04-08-17 09:14 PM
  18. adonesc's Avatar
    Yes it is.

    Respect My Autoritah!
    04-18-17 08:37 AM
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