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  1. Marcin Dabrowsky's Avatar
    Thank you

    Posted via Telephone
    08-30-15 07:34 PM
  2. kvndoom's Avatar
    If it's a Blackberry android, then they would be buying an android.

    Why not buy it from a brand you support instead of someone else?
    08-31-15 07:46 AM
  3. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    BlackBerry 10 will get android runtime 5.02 in November but there also looking to Android M with app Permissions.

    My bet there are allready going for Android M so could be a NOW,

    What BlackBerry must do with connect to wifi/miricast. They must get chromecast connection, they must build an app to stream your screen to chromecast. This is how you can stream video.youtube etc.
    Got a source?

    I agree they need to upgrade the Runtime as we are using a two year old one now.... But unless Chen is keeping BB10 alive and BlackBerry has managed to get Google to change their aversion to FORKED Android. I really can't imagine Chen putting money into upgrade to BB10.

    I think upgrading BB10 to 64 Bit would be great!
    I think upgrading the Android Runtime from 4.3 to Marshmallow world be terrific!
    I think allowing legacy users (BB10 and PlayBook OS) to upgrade to Android would be amazing!

    But my STORM got left behind, my 9650 got left behind, my PlayBook got left behind.... I fully expect my Z10 is going to be left behind also. So I'll be pleasantly surprised if I'm wrong.....

    Whereas I think some here are going to be in for a rude awaking.
    08-31-15 09:11 AM
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