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AT&T Officially Announced 10.2.1 OS for AT&T BlackBerry Z10 & AT&T BlackBerry Q10

Posted on 18th Apr 2014 @ 10:43 AM

At&t began pushing out Blackberry 10.2.1 for its clients with the AT&T Blackberry Z10 and the AT&T Blackberry Q10. What's accompanying the overhaul? Another application that makes it simpler to bring the sum of your information from an alternate stage to another Blackberry telephone. In the wake of introducing Blackberry 10.2.1, clients will have the capacity to see, get and open BBM messages even while utilizing an application, and react to them without needing to passageway the application.

Blackberry 10.2.1 will likewise make the sound on BBM Voice and BBM Video sound like you're visiting with an individual in the same room as you, on account of Blackberry Natural Sound. Noteworthy lock screen notices will permit you to react to an essential message rapidly, with a negligible tap of the screen. To open your 'Berry faster, you can utilize a picture secret key which gives you a chance to join a picture and a number (0-9) to get access to your telephone.

Blackberry 10.2.1 will additionally make it simpler for Blackberry clients to screen their battery life to see which applications are consuming the phone driving their 'Berry. Furthermore obviously, the redesign additionally enhances the Androidruntime on the telephone, permitting more Android applications to be utilized, with a superior experience.

At&t recommends that you have your battery charged to no less than half when downloading and introducing the overhaul, which can take the sum of 15 minutes to 30 minutes to finish. You ought to additionally be on a Wi-Fi system, in spite of the fact that the bearer says that the procedure of  upgrading the product on your Blackberry won't represent a negative mark against your month to month container of information. In case you're the restless sort, you can attempt to check whether the redesign is accessible to you by swiping descending on the home screen, and going to

Settings>Software Updates>Check for Updates.