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  1. AJ Romano's Avatar
    I believe his job was to make decisions to save money and trim money loss

    Posted via CB10 on my  Z30
    11-01-19 04:41 PM
  2. TgeekB's Avatar
    Hey guys checking in. From work might I add lol. Love this machine. Still getting it done and then some and now you can download What's App directly from the What's App website and works flawlessly, that's a blessing!

    We are the last of our kind the last of our breed. And I will continue on until the end, me and my BlackBerry Z30

    Posted via CB10 on my  Z30
    Why the drama? Last of your breed? It’s a phone.
    11-01-19 04:44 PM
  3. AJ Romano's Avatar
    Oh, you don't appreciate the drama life. It's more dramatic that way!

    Posted via CB10 on my  Z30
    11-01-19 05:24 PM
  4. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    I believe his job was to make decisions to save money and trim money loss

    Posted via CB10 on my  Z30
    That’s what I said. Your statement is as if BB was a celebrity athlete that needed a haircut and good manicure. In reality BB was older generation star that had terminal illness but needed to project some level of survivability to keep remaining endorsements.
    11-01-19 06:15 PM
  5. Wes Kellogg's Avatar
    Completely agree. Still using a Z30 despite the navigation issue, despite the inability to login to twitter app, despite the horrendously annoying force-full-screen feature that now happens at the start of a video (and hard to close full-screen once started; bb controls are outdated) and despite all the workarounds one must invoke to harbor a few working apps from the google store...

    The Z30 was my first ever smart-phone, so every other phone I've tried is compared to the Z30 & nothing comes close to matching it.

    Keyboard is fantastic
    Battery life is good enough
    Camera is good enough
    Blend is so handy to reply to text's while at work from a desktop --- only other phone company I knew that had such an interface was Nokia in mid 2000's
    Message and text panes are clean and don't force stupid avatar's onto contacts in conversations (noticed this with the key1)
    Blackberry hub !!!
    Intuitive finger-flicking and superb window/task management !!!

    The operating system isn't catered to the mentality of a 9-year-old girl like I'm finding most modern phones to do...
    11-20-19 09:19 PM
  6. zx9r170's Avatar
    I bought my Z30 at the beginning of 2015, switching from a Z10 that replaced a Torch 9810 a year earlier. The Z10 was too small for me, and the battery life was abysmal. I have had BlackBerry phones since 2009, and the Z30 has been the best one of them all. I've played around with both ios and android phones to see if it was worth switching so I could get the apps I needed, but nothing beats the seamless interface that is BB10, so I never considered switching again. I started having battery issues last year, (I was having to charge it every 8 to 10 hours), to the point that I took it in to find out if the battery was still available. They were actually able to find an OEM battery, but before I made the decision to replace it, I performed a security wipe which gave me back my nearly two days of battery life. I've dropped it a few too many times which has made the ear speakers severely scratchy sounding, so I had to use the external speakers for phone calls. Unfortunately the external speakers are now doing the same thing, so I have to either put up with it, or use wired ear buds. Bluetooth ear buds aren't in the financial picture right now since I'm disabled and unable to drive let alone work, but I will make due. I'm going to use this phone until it gives up for good, but unless I can find another good Z30, there probably won't be a phone in my future. Nothing compares to the features, the sound quality and volume, (original sound quality and volume), and ease of use. Other than the shortened battery life that was fixed without spending any money, and I could never get Google Play to work properly, (followed Cobalt's instructions to the T, but I couldn't figure out how to get the apps that wouldn't run, to work even with the updated information, everything about this phone is awesome. That's why my email signature is "Sent from my awesome BlackBerry Z30". I just can't see getting a new phone just to end up with a phone that locks you into its ecosystem and makes you purchase products that will work with the features of their phone, or a phone OS that has failed to convince me that anything, I do would not be tracked for their gain. And why does android need monthly security patches anyway? Is it because it's not secure?

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    Last edited by zx9r170; 01-14-20 at 06:58 AM.
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    01-13-20 02:25 PM
  7. z10Jobe's Avatar
    Well let's hope that your phone last as long as your Ninja.

    The best thing that I like about my Z30 is the cellular reception in remote areas. Still nothing on the market like it.

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    01-15-20 10:27 PM
  8. krazyatom's Avatar
    I don't use z30 as primary phone anymore but I occasionally use with WiFi and it's still awesome.

    Posted via CB10
    01-17-20 01:08 PM
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