1. Denialator03's Avatar
    Hey all. After many years of running Android I'm back and happier than ever. Like many, I switched to Android for the ability to run certain apps that weren't available on BlackBerry. Another reason for switching was for the availability of dual sim adapters as I'm bouncing back and forth between Canada and the US as much as 4 times a day, and switching Sims that many times can get annoying.

    But now since my Passport can run the needed Android apps, as well as I've fitted my old dual Sim adapter into my Passport, I couldn't' be happier. The Passport is now the best device I've ever used.

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    06-26-15 10:27 AM
  2. clitrenta's Avatar
    Yes and every time you go somewhere else, you end up coming back here. The Blackberry HUB is phenomenal. By the way, if there's an app you can't get and it's a web site, try making a browser shortcut to it. I did that and it works great because the Passport renders web sites better than any phone I've had yet.
    06-26-15 10:31 AM
  3. cvendra's Avatar
    I've fitted my old dual Sim adapter into my Passport, I couldn't' be happier. The Passport is now the best device I've ever used.

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    Which dual sim adapter are you using and how does it fit?

    Passport, SQW 100-1, 10.3.2.440
    06-26-15 11:03 AM
  4. thymaster's Avatar
    Awesome. Nice to see people coming back to give the BB10 experience another chance. BlackBerry deserves a second chance for a come back.

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    dmateo likes this.
    06-26-15 11:17 AM
  5. blambtn's Avatar
    Welcome back!!

    Posted via Passport
    06-26-15 11:19 AM
  6. Denialator03's Avatar
    Which dual sim adapter are you using and how does it fit?

    Passport, SQW 100-1, 10.3.2.440
    The dual sim adapter I'm using is just a cheap $5 one from China bought on ebay. It was for my Note 3 so it had a micro sim end on it which I just trimmed down to a nano sim size, stuck it in the Passport Sim slot along with my Canadian sim. Then folded the adapter back over the PP sim slot and towards the bottom of the phone. Then put the rear sim cover back on the PP. The other end of the sim adapter with my US sim does hang down the back of the PP, but my Seidio Surface case slides right over it and hides it nicely.

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    cvendra likes this.
    06-26-15 04:04 PM
  7. BACK-2-BLACK's Avatar
    Your username makes sense!!!!!
    06-26-15 04:51 PM

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