BlackBerry 10 Master Change Log

Having trouble keeping track of all the change in the official OS updates? Here's the breakdown

By Adam Zeis on 20 Nov 2013 02:02 pm EST

BlackBerry 10 has come a long way since it was first introduced, so much that we're having a hard time keeping track of what's new in each OS update. We've done some leg work with plenty of help from the CrackBerry forums (seriously - you guys are a huge resource) and have compiled a master change log for all of the major OS updates thus far.

While we've tried to pin down everything the best we can, keep in mind that we may have missed a few small features here and there. If you know of anything that should be added for any of the previous releases, be sure to drop a comment and we'll get the list updated. We'll keep this one going as more updates are officially released so be sure to check back when you want to find out what's new.

Jump to: 10.0.1 | 10.1 | 10.2 | 10.2.1 | 10.3


February 2013

OS 10.0.1 was the first update from BlackBerry after the initial release of BlackBerry 10. The update brought along mostly fixes but added things like improved Bedside Mode, camera optimizations and battery life improvements.

  • 3rd Party App Performance - improved performance for 3rd party applications, so developers can build apps that run fast and smooth
  • Phone, Calendar, and Contacts - fixes for Gmail calendars, improvements in the BlackBerry Hub for logging calls log, general improvements to importing contacts from online sources
  • Camera -  optimized the camera for better photos in low-light situations
  • Browser and Media - a number of improvements to the software in the way the browser handles video playback
  • Battery Life - over 60 battery saving improvements

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July 2013

The OS 10.1 release was the first major OS update for BlackBerry 10. Here users got added features that included message gestures in the Hub, simple password support, email sync settings and much more.

  • Next/previous message navigation shortcut: use a simple gesture to quickly move to the last or next message without having to return to the full message list. Within any message in the BlackBerry Hub:
  • Swipe to the right and then down (like an upside-down L) to move forward to the next message
  • Swipe to the right and then up (like a backwards L) to move back to the previous message
  • Keyboard shortcut for last unread message: on the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone, pressing the “U” key in the BlackBerry Hub will take you to the last unread message
  • Email synchronization: ActiveSync and IMAP email users can adjust syncing preferences to keep emails on their BlackBerry smartphone for an unlimited time period
  • Two factor authentication for Twitter and LinkedIn: to improve security, if you have two factor authentication enabled for LinkedIn and Twitter, you’ll be sent a verification ID via a text message that you’ll enter into the settings when setting up those accounts
  • Addition of a search field in BlackBerry Remember: quickly search for items in the app
  • Support for simple passwords: simplified password entry from the lock screen and work space authentication prompts. The simple password feature utilizes a reduced keyboard layout containing only numeric characters and allows you to set a numeric PIN for your smartphone or work space password
  • New interactive tutorials:
    • Tutorial topics: swipe up from the bottom to close an app, swipe down from the top to reveal settings
    • Each tutorial provides text instructions and an opportunity to perform the gesture
  • IT policy to separate work and personal accounts in the BlackBerry Hub:
    • BlackBerry Hub Work displays only work-related accounts, like a work email account and enterprise instant messaging
    • BlackBerry Hub Personal displays only personal-related accounts, like a personal email account, SMS, BBM, phone calls and social media apps
  • Input support for “strokes” for Simplified and Traditional Chinese
  • Input and UI translation for Korean
  • BlackBerry World:
    • Ability to view video previews in landscape mode via HDMI out
    • UX enhancements
    • Recently viewed:
      • See up to the last 12 pieces of content you’ve viewed
      • Clear all recently viewed items or remove individual ones by long pressing and selecting delete viewed item from the context menu
      • Enable a private browsing mode that will disable both recent search tracking and recently viewed
    • My Wishlist:
      • Add items to your wish list from a content details page
      • Add up to 48 items to your wish list. When the 49th item is added, the first item added to the list is automatically removed
    • Facebook:
      • Newsfeed UI refresh
      • Ability to create a photo album before uploading a photo and upload a photo to a specific album
      • Ability to tag friends in photos that were previously uploaded
    • Twitter:
      • Content is automatically updated in all tabs without having to manually refresh
      • Improved search for top tweets, photos and related profiles
    • LinkedIn:
      • Import and invite contacts from your personal email address to connect on LinkedIn through the new Add Connections page in settings
      • Easily view the number of unread messages and invitations from the inbox page
      • UI improvements
      • View the details of companies you follow and follow suggested companies
      • Delete and archive messages in the inbox
      • See the most recent updates from your network when the app is minimized in Active Frames
      • Change your profile photo from the You page, the full screen view of your photo or the native picture viewer
      • Search by connection name, headline and company

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October 2013

OS 10.2 was a vast improvement over the initial BlackBerry 10 release. This release added many big new features that included lock screen notifications, priority hub, instant previews, Miracast and Bluetooth 4.0 support.

  • Lock screen notification previews - Users can now view notifications from the lock screen for email, SMS, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other native applications.
  • Priority Hub - Priority Hub allows users to view their priority messages in the Hub quickly and easily. Priority items are tagged with a red stripe and are specified as high-priority, messages from conversations you started or contacts with the same last name.
  • Attachment view - This view in the Hub allows you to see any files that you have received in messages, organized by sender, date, name or file type.
  • Instant preview and reply - Instant previews are available for email, SMS, BBM, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. The previews show in the form of a dropdown when in any application and allow for quick viewing of messages. SMS and BBM also allow for quick reply from the notification dropdown.
  • I Will be Late - Added to the Calendar popup, the I Will Be Late message allows users to send a message to attendees notifying if you will be late for a scheduled appointment. 
  • Reply Now - This feature lets you send a BBM or SMS when declining an incoming call. 
  • New copy/paste buttons - The copy/paste features have been revamped with a new UI and simpler menu.
  • New typing audio feedback - Added feedback for touchscreen keyboards
  • Stand-alone Evernote - Evernote is now a standalone app though it still integrates with BlackBerry remember
  • Adaptive Sharing - The sharing menu now adapts to your use and shows services to which you share more frequently on top of the share menu.
  • Natural Sound - Natural Sound is high-quality audio for the BlackBerry Z30 as well as additional codecs added to earlier devices.
  • Miracast and Wi-Fi Direct - Miracast support allows wirelessly shunting the image on your device to another, bigger screen. This is done over Wi-Fi Direct, which basically connects two devices by one starting up its own little hotspot and the other connecting to it. Wi-Fi Direct support has a wide range of uses, including file transfers and syncing. 
  • USB Host - USB host adds new features for connectivity including USB flash drive support via a PC.
  • Android Jelly Bean Runtime - A new runtime for Android 4.2.2 apps
  • Bluetooth 4.0 - Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy allows for consistent, low-demand connections via Bluetooth
  • Camera updates - Autofocus logic improved, grid options added, share and delete added to preview.
  • More Smart Tag options - Adds Smart Triggers, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Contact, Event, and Geo Location for NFC tags
  • Browser improvements
  • New Device Monitor - Native app to view CPU and battery usage on the device
  • Multiple Alarms - Ability to set multiple alarms within the clock app
  • Group SMS  - A new checkbox that pops up when adding multiple people to a new SMS that enables group conversations
  • Dark and light themes - Specific apps let you switch between dark and light UI themes, including calendar and contacts. 
  • Keypress speed dial - It doesn't work quite like it used to, in that you have to launch the phone app before holding down the key you assign to a contact, but it's still fairly convenient if you're running low on space with the software-based quick dial shortcuts. 

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January / February 2014

OS 10.2.1 is here, and along with a host of productivity and BlackBerry OS throwback features (like speed dialing off the keyboard), 10.2.1 also brings with it the ability to install Android apps directly onto BB10.

  • Remote search of emails older than 60 days
  • Bluetooth Sharing through Android Runtime
  • Video Call has the new call screen 
  • FM Radio (Only Q10, Q5, Z30.. Z10 does not support this)
  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • Miracast
  • Share Screen
  • Direct Install of APK Files on device through File Manager or Browser
  • Media Volume displays at top of screen
  • New incoming call screen 
  • Update to Device Monitor app
  • Update to Data Monitor app
  • Clock App includes Accuweather information
  • Flashlight app added (can be accessed from Quick Settings)
  • Ability to arrange accounts in the Hub
  • Pinch gesture in the Hub for quick access to specified messages
  • Changes to battery icon
  • Changes to charging icon
  • Battery shows percentage in peek view
  • Updates to native weather app
  • New Quick Settings functionality for dropdown menu
  • Updates to Media Player
  • Added Picture Password 
  • Speed Dial from homescreen (Q10)
  • Added Contact Groups
  • Custom contact profiles for email, SMS, BBM and phone calls
  • Delete options from Hub (device and/or server)
  • Face detection toggle in Camera
  • Airplane-Mode automatically turned on in Bedside Mode 
  • Lockscreen previews open directly to application
  • New native wallpapers added
  • Next email toggle inside email messages
  • Updated Twitter app
  • BBM adds vibrate on ping and new emoticons
  • White balance adjuster in display settings
  • IBM notes traveler in accounts settings
  • Wolfram Alpha commands
  • Dropdown Menu now includes:
    • Flashlight App Button (new app to 10.2.1.xxxx)
    • Brightness Adjustment
    • Location Toggle Switch
    • Device Monitor App Button (new app to 10.2.1.xxxx)
    • Tethering Toggle Switch
    • Hotspot Toggle Switch
    • NFC Toggle Switch
    • Flight mode Toggle Switch (airplane mode)

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Late 2014

New UI

  • 'Signature Action': The action bar at the bottom of the screen has been updated for a simpler, cleaner experience. The most commonly used action is in the center of the bar and highlighted with blue color to give it focus. The secondary actions flank the primary or 'signature action' for functionality. The main action is static for each app/screen. For all you developers out there keep an eye out for how to take advantage of this feature in your app!
  • Updated Icons: While the SDK doesn't include all the updated icons for the new 10.3 look, all apps will receive a fresh new treatment. We listened to your feedback to remove the box around the icons in BlackBerry 10. I'm happy to let you know we are doing this to give icons a clean, new look.

Home Screen

  • Endless Folders: That's right, now you can jam more apps into a single folder, as you can have pages and pages of applications. For those of you who have multiple folders that you want to combine into one . . . we've thought of that! Just drag and drop a folder onto another and it will merge the apps into a single folder. Sorry, no folders within folders for this release.
  • Empty Home Screen: One of the changes made to the home screen is making the "running apps grid" always there even if you close your last application. Less confusion, more predictability for end users. Also, it's a great way to show off your wallpaper! A new two-finger-swipe gesture has been added to BlackBerry OS 10.3
  • Fast Quick Settings Access: Changing system settings from anywhere is only a two-finger-swipe away. From within any application a two-finger-swipe from the top will pull down the systems quick settings menu. Why two fingers rather than one? Well, simple, one-finger-swipe is already in use. To make that work would require all third-party applications being re-written. Don't worry, you can still use one-finger-swipe from the home screen itself.
  • Blog Bonus — More Apps on Screen: You noticed that the screenshots provided had some more icons than you are used to. The BlackBerry Z3, Z10 & Z30 now get an extra row of apps. For my QWERTY friends rocking out on a Q5 or Q10, you get an extra column of apps.

BlackBerry Hub

  • Download All Attachments: We've added a button to the email screen that allows you to quickly download all email attachments. This is handy when you're heading offline onto, say, an airplane and want to have all your attachments on your device.
  • Delete Original Text: When replying to an email, you can now delete all of the original text.
  • Remote IMAP Search: Even if e-mail items are no longer on your BlackBerry they are still always available for you to find and view! Just customize your account sync window.
  • File Sent Messages: Allows you to file sent messages into specific folders defined in the mail box.
  • BlackBerry Hub "Reset": The BlackBerry Hub will now close / auto-save open content and default to the list after 30 minutes of inactivity.

Calendar & Remember

  • Weekly Agenda: We've had many comments about wanting an "endless" agenda view. We've taken a step in that direction today and have added a weekly agenda view. The weeks are outlined at the top and you have a total agenda view for that week below. As this is still in beta you'll notice the color is slightly different, so don't mind that for now.
  • Tasks in Calendar: Pretty simple addition that lets you create a task from within the calendar app itself, and of course see those tasks listed in the calendar. Tasks created in Remember will show in the calendar. Calendar-created tasks are also listed in Remember.
  • Notifications Meeting Mode: Ever been in a meeting and had your phone go off when it shouldn't have? Well here's a neat feature that should allow you to save face. The notification profile will be tweaked automatically based on your calendar. This, of course, is an opt-in feature, so don't worry that you'll start missing desired notifications.
  • Remember Updates: Are you a Tasks person or a Notes person? Well, we've made Remember easier to use for those who really like to organize. The tasks and notes are separated by a tab and as a user you'll have the ability to set what your default view is.


  • Camera: An updated UI makes it simpler to take a picture, switch between cameras and toggle certain features.
  • Filer Picker Album View: When sending a picture from the file manager in BlackBerry 10.3, there's now an album view, just like within the Pictures app.
  • Settings List Re-arrange: In BlackBerry 10.3 you'll be able to re-arrange the order of the Settings menu, allowing you to move your most frequently-used items to the top.
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BlackBerry 10 Master Change Log



Hate to be that guy who replies to a comment just to be on the first page even though the reply has nothing to do with the original comment...but...

I can already do remote searching on my 10.2. You have it as an update in 10.2.1

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This is true. It's clearly evident from this changelog that BlackBerry is trying hard to change any sort of perception that they're not evolving or not listening to their customers.

I think that the QNX RTOS platform is also a lot more versatile and allows them to quickly make changes that the old BBOS couldn't do quite as easily... which is of course, speculation ... as I'm not a Developer.

Exciting times, nonetheless..!!

Me too. With all these updates to BB10, I can't even predict what BB11 will look like and offer - assuming BlackBerry will stick with this OS.

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Awesome! :D I might do 10.2.1 soon. Thanks for the list, I know it wasn't easy to round up all the features.

I can't take all the credit on this one. Got most of the info from the awesome forums members. Go CrackBerry!

What changed in the media player? Good Lord I hope it finally supports landscape mode....

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How about landscape on the home screen? PLEASE! Even the damn DevAlpha rotated to landscape mode but the Z10 can not?

A suggestion... The "next message gesture" could be described as "like the number 7" rather than an "upside down L".

Yah, might skip 10.2 and go straight for 10.2.1...

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And why z30 is better? Don't you afraid of low ppi? Do you feel comfortable with bigger than z10 display?

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I went to Z10 to Z30, and haven't noticed any difference except for how much smoother everything is. The larger screen is much better to type on and the lower ppi isn't noticeable unless you have both phones right next to each other. And you can't beat the stereo speakers.

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Just wait, if the rumors of the Z50 is true, you'll kick yourself for upgrading to the Z30. I'm hoping the rumors for the Q30 are true, that would be awesome. :-)

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Not sure if this was mentioned but I would like to add for 10.2.1 I noticed that if you link your phone to the car it will display a graphic on the lock screen indicating it's connected.

Regarding this it will also automatically suggest applications in app world that relate to use of the phone in the car.

Pretty cool stuff.

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Not sure when this was added. My guess is 10.2 but I just found out today that I can use Maps and turn by turn navigation in landscape :)

I'm running (AT&T's 10.1 release) and BlackBerry Maps won't come up in landscape for me. I just tried it.

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Is one of the magic "fucks" given by BBRY to its fans, and of course Kevin will say, that BB should focus on other than bb10 for pb, on other than miracast for z10 and on other than fm radio on z10. Why did I bought a top device that wasn't suppose to have future features?

Yes BB10 has progressed in leaps and bounds!! It is really fantastic the amount of work BlackBerry has put into the OS. Way faster upgrades than any other platform. Regardless of the future, BlackBerry has really delivered and keeps delivering on the promise of BB 10!!!! They must be given credit!!!

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Its really bad not having FM radio on my Z10. :( all can do that except the z10. Not really fair I guess!

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Not everyone has unlimited data. FM radio transmitter would have been a free radio source and on real time (for what it's worth). I have 5GB and I'm a big TuneIn fan so this doesn't really make much of a difference for me anyway.

Posted via my Z10 keyboard!

Notcho you gonna pay for our data charges? Not the same thing unfortunately as straight-up FM but, that said, TuneIn is a great radio app.

Even for those who don't want to install a leak, we've got access to that great thing called Sachesi in the states too u know?

How many of the features attributed to 10.1 are actually on officially released versions rather than later leaks?

With Verizon, for example, I'm on and quite a few of the listed features just aren't there.

Doesn't affect the accuracy of the article, but I'm curious how many with an "official" 10.1 are on a version high enough to see all those benefits.

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Something I noticed today... in 10.2.1, you can now paste a soft token code into the field when required to make a VPN connection. Previous versions would let you copy from SecurID, but you couldn't paste it... and you couldn't swap back to the SecurID app when the token prompt was up.
I had suggested this to a month ago. I'm guessing it was already in the works when I did!

I love the new incoming calls screen, find it so much easier to answer or hang up and the swipe motion doesn't cover the contacts face anymore.

Confused. Does this mean that when in bedside mode on the leak that phone calls will no longer come through? I want to have calls come through on bedside mode. If it turns to airplane mode I can no longer use it. Period.

Also is their a way to turn off the new call screen? Sliding up or down is great. I don't want an android or apple answering slider. Booooo

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I'm sure it's a setting you can turn on or off for airplane mode during bedside mode. I don't think it will have to be mandatory, wouldn't make much sense.

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Booo indeed! My 9 year old prefers using my Q10 over the other family members phones which are Galaxy S4, Nexus 4, and iphone 4S? She says it's mucho intuitive. More so than others. In particular, the whole swipe up on screen motion vs hitting a home button to go and find anything you may need. Go figure!

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that is what BB likes to hear, that its so intuitive even a 9 year old gets it. They should make a Hello Kitty edition. sell like hell

You have several settings in bedside mode - turn off all network connections OR phone calls or you can leave them active. I use it to silence messages, but my calls come through just fine. Important feature since I have no landline.

Cannot wait for the new update! I want a steady build so maybe I'll wait it out for a couple more leaks or else just wait for the official build!

Posted via my Z10 keyboard!

Do you think they will ever bring back from BBOS one time alarms? I used to use it all the time for critical appointments and tasks. It is easy to ignore normal notifications, but an alarm you have to look at and address immediately.

This is in 10.2.1 leak. You can add multiple alarms and set a recurrence. If you set it to none it will be a one time alarm.

Nice! Do you know if you can add the alarm thru the calendar? That's what I used to do... either way, I think it is time for me to install the leak!

Wow I can't wait for 10.2.1 already! Might consider installing a leak

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Thanks Adam for this detailed description of the many new items in each upgrade. I am still "discovering" and getting used to the many new features in the latest 10.2.1... My only problem is now to chose between "Remember" and "Evernote". Still using the first one mostly and waiting to work more on the second.

The camera in 10.1 have shutter sound off when the profile is shifted to silent..

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Will I still have to scroll sideways in emails with pictures in 10.2.1? I hope something that basic as text wrap is finally fixed!


Unfortunately yes. Though when receiving attached photos in an email they now show up inline.

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Just like any other BB Fiascos. Lesson learnt, DO NOT BUY FIRST TIME DEVICES from BBRY. Do not buy the first tablet, the first bb10 phone, the first computer or nothing that is the first. Wait for the next ones and save yourself a rage of anger and frustration.

i really don't understand why all the articles about the new update always omitted Q5 when they mention about new speed dial:
"Speed Dial from homescreen (Q10)"
" Q10 speed dials"
...and i mean ALL the articles.....can anybody tell me WHY?

Because the Q5 has speed dial, it come with it by default. I am running the and I have speed dial features on my Q5

Posted via CB10 on my white Q5!

Hi, just got my Z30 from Amazon w/Verizon! It has the " Version?! Is that one of "newer software versions?

I have a BB BOLD 9650, I use "My Backup for my contacts, & save photos on media card; so when I change to the Z30 will my Bookmarks on Bold be saved or will loose them? Last time I switched, it was from an "Android to BB BOLD 9650 & T-mobile to Verizon?! I save all my personal stuff on media & SIM CARD! Verizon Bold has a Sim Card due it being a "Global Version, so I can switch to "GSM if I go out of USA"! They included a "5GLte Sim Card with. This Z30? I didn't think it was the "norm" for Verizon or Sprint?"

i hve the same device with the same OS,can you tell me how you acces spead dial from Home Screen?Think about it

Frightening to read through the list and realize where we have been in February.....yet in the fast paced world of the mobile phone, that's the rate of change that's called for.

One thing I would like to see in future OS release is the ability to "pin" the virtual keyboard of Z10, Z30, and make available direct access features that physical keyboard devices benefits (Q10, Q5).

Pushing the concept a bit further, it would be nice if the OS then automatically switch to "Q mode" with apps running in half screen size, no rotation, ...
-> so one OS for all

->unpinning the keyboard to return to full screen "Z mode"

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I think it was really good idea to integrate accuweather with clock app. I wish I had the 10.2.1 to check the implementation.

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I still haven't found that yet! Looking all over the place to turn it on. Can anyone tell us how to get Accuweather to display on the clock app?

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If BlackBerry can make the deal with Google to bring Google play to BB10 will be a huge success.

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I want the choice.... I dont want "Airplane mode" while bedside mode, I want "Phone call only mode".
Others may want something different, so let the choice to the users.

Phone call only is available as an option. Is equivalent to Silent except Phone Calls in BBOS.

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Exactly this. When I'm on call, I'm on call 24/7. I need airplane mode to be at least an option to turn off during bedside mode or bedside becomes useless. I didn't realize this was the case with 10.2.1 but at least now I know why my phone didn't ring this morning when the boss called me.

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10.2 : while playing music, you can browse your library and bring up a context menu to add songs "play next" and "play last". ie. Build a play list in the fly.

Where's the data monitoring app?

Also does anyone have the Twitter .bar file? I overwrite the app with the BlackBerry World app. Thanks.

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That awesome list of changes, plus these these small changes on 10.2.1:

1. The animation for the selected option from the context menu has changed from the selected option jumping out to simply blinking for a second with blue background. For example, mark a message as read in the hub. You'll know.

2. When reading messages in the hub, you now get forward and backward arrows for the next and the previous messages.

3. And the best one - the return of the 20+ hours battery life on a single charge.

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Somewhere along the way the circle used to edit text got bigger. The color of misspelled words...or was it swipe suggestions - changed from blue to green, too.

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Agreed! I love Z10, despite its hardware limitations. Only a little sad I can't get FM. I wasn't that bothered about Miracast, would be nice to have the option, but it would have been the NFC tagging - really cool feature, just don't use it much myself...

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Why no why noooo dictionary word lookup within apps? Surely this is a much sought after feature?

I'm beginning to annoy myself with my constant ranting and spamming on CB about this!

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Anyone know where I can log in bugs I come across in 10.2.1? My cousin and I can't send out a MMS

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1. Speed dial for Z10/30
2. Create your own Priority Rule
3. Allow Phone calls in bedside mode
4. Slight change to light and dark theme selection
5. Preamble for Reply Now is removed
6. Resizing of image attachments in emails
7. Airplane mode in bedside mode is an option (not mandatory)
8. Keyboard attachment, formatting and importance icon now above keyboard when composing emails
9. Ability to separate Hub App data for example only show Facebook messages in the Facebook hub app and not in the main hub
10. Colours can now be attached to non-email accounts
11. Assigned account colour now shows on the first level hub settings menu. Prior you had to go into the account to see the assigned colour.

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12. Launching Camera from lock screen is now faster and with a new full screen animation
13. Inline email photo attachments
14. Able to sort contacts by Last, First
15. New Go To date icon in Calendar
16. The Quick Setting menu allows you to configure which settings are included in the drop down and in what order. The Brightness setting if toggle is tapped will reveal a brightness slider. Score!

Well done and THANK YOU! Isn't 10.0.1.x supposed to be the 10.0.10.x update instead, which was coming from 10.0.9.x?

Yeeeees, thank you for adjustable quick controls and for battery percent, waiting for official 10.2.1

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Great job with these lists! Should 10.1 be separated from 10.1 MR, or is there not enough to justify this?

Posted via Z10 on the best touchscreen keyboard.

Thank you for making me even more anxious for 10.2 on my Verizon Z10. Will one of the updates down the road bring with it the ability to bypass carriers for all other os updates? One can only wish...

Great list of additions and updates. I'm running and most of it is really cool. I do find it hard to believe that not many people mention that the notifications need to have a volume control like in the BBOS 7.1 days! That is really the only major thing that I am waiting for as who wants ring tone volume for emails or BBM to be the same volume, unless I've missed something somewhere....
Thanks BlackBerry, you're doing well.

"Airplane-Mode automatically turned on in Bedside Mode ". Is this a user configurable option? I do use bedside mode every night. Currently, on, bedside mode = phone calls only. I don't want to be woken up by emails etc. coming in, but DO need to be able to receive emergency phone calls (elderly mother .......)


lol, nice Drake reference...

hopefully in a few years we can say the real version; came from the bottom, now we here!...

can't exactly say STARTED from the bottom, cuz well, we started from the top far as smartphones go heheh...

Drop down menu also includes the workspace lock button (as it did before) but now it is also for swapping between work and personal.

I'm interested in the accuweather in the clock. I don't see that on

He means the weather icons in the world clock. I've already submitted a Feature Request on the Blackberry Beta forum to add weather icon + temp + hi/lo to the clock so it's the first thing you see in the morning (if using phone as an alarm) so you know right away how to dress and if you need to bring an umbrella or a snow shovel.

Pls can someone tell me how this is done?

Next/previous message navigation shortcut: use a simple gesture to quickly move to the last or next message without having to return to the full message list. Within any message in the BlackBerry Hub:

From Zuri my Z10.

There were two 10.1 updates, the second one usually referred to as 10.1 MR. Some carriers like AT&T never bothered to roll out the MR release.

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Can someone please explain where the 'My Wishlist' option is in BlackBerry world?

My Wishlist:
Add items to your wish list from a content details page
Add up to 48 items to your wish list. When the 49th item is added, the first item added to the list is automatically removed

It's actually called Bookmarks. In BB World when viewing an app's information page, tap the More button, and then Add Bookmark, or even just the app icon in the lists, tap and hold on the app icon, Add Bookmark. The bookmarks are in My World at the bottom..

Please include an FM radio for Z10, that won't be fair to Z10 owners if the don't have that.

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Interesting that it was 4 months, then 3 months and maybe 2 months for 10.2.1?

Would be a nice x-mas gift.

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I have been running since the day it was released, and I love all the improvements over 10.1. Still, I can barely wait for the official 10.2.1 release and all that will bring. BlackBerry and app developers have both shown they subscribe to 'continuous improvement' ideals. My Q10 is one of the best tools ever to wear with both my engineering and personal hats. I only have a single complaint: duplicating (quadrupling) contacts, seemingly related to Skype/Android apps. This continues to be a big problem for me with 10.2.0. Is there any hint of a fix?

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I agree with gorde the qnx system is working to perfection I'm ready for them to unleash the beast in it .

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This is absolutely outstanding. It is clear BlackBerry is on the fast track to make bb10 competitive and feature rich.
BlackBerry 10 seems to be fully scalable with ability to add features at will!
With apparent new platforms in the works who knows what wonders will appear. I am impressed with the evolution of BlackBerry 10 and I bet the competitors are carefully watching.

BlackBerry could easily rise like a phoenix of old and regain supremacy.

Stephen Green on Z30 to CB10

Facebook on also sort of supports flow gestures again. It had briefly appeared in a 10.2.0 (or maybe a 10.1.x leak ), but had since returned.

But the hierarchy seems to be limited at a base screen (seen in the FB-specific tab overflow view), and just one dynamically changing second view (a post or picture or group)

So it's a Flow-like system, but not yet fully "Flow."

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Dear BlackBerry,
I LOVE my Z10. Is there anyway you could send me one with hardware capable of FM? I'm OK without the Miracast really (although that would be nice to have as an option to use if I ever chose to), but I would LOVE FM on my Z10. :( I don't want a Z30. The functionality and size is just right for me in a Z10; but I really feel like I'm missing out here on some of the limitations that other OS 10 devices are getting - including the Q5.

*sigh* maybe by some miracle it'll be some kind of joke and they'll be like 'just kidding Z10 owners, here's what you're missing! '

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So for your average Joe BlackBerry user who doesn't visit this site, how do they find out about all these great features. It doesn’t take much for BlackBerry to send out an email to their customers to get them excited.
It's a shame that most BlackBerry customers don't know about this.

An additional chinese input option in
In 10.1, there is no Traditional Chinese (via pin yin)
I can't confirm if this addition exist since 10.2 or 10.2.1 since I jump straight from 10.1 to 10.2.1

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Can any one help me to fix wifi and mobile hotpots issues. It is not working after i install 10.2.1 on my Z10 STL100-1‎

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Since my 10.2 update some of my downloaded apps from BBW crash and close when trying to load up

NASA technologies

Seems like z10 is lousy , FM radio available for all os10 but except z10. It also not support miracast & usb host

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Maybe I just didn't read well enough, but I don't think I quite understand why the Z10 (hardware) is incapable of options, such as the FM radio....
What am I missing here that the reasoning it doesn't have the hardware for it? Is it not mostly the same as the Z30 (minus the screen really)???

-Z10 owner Feeling slightly shafted...

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Why don't they just go ahead and release this OS version? I would love it if this was officially released befre Christmas!

An update to the Search application has been neglected in all the releases so far, I'm wondering when it will support Web browsing?

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With geofencing, if my BlackBerry can automatically send messages to meeting attendees to let them know if I'm running late, that would be fantastic! The device should be able to take care of these things and know approximately how long it would take to arrive at my destination and send an ETA.

How come no one is talking about Regulated BlackBerry Balance? Part of the reason people started carrying a second phone was because they didn't want companies to read their personal correspondence (emails, sms, social networking). This destroys the idea of the 'personal' space and makes me want to carry a second device.

Regulated BlackBerry Balance

Regulated BlackBerry Balance gives your organization full control over devices that have a work space and a personal space and are activated on the BlackBerry Device Service. Users with devices activated with the regulated BlackBerry Balance activation type should be aware that all data on the device can be audited by their organization, even if they are using the device or application for personal use.

To continue the thought, on our laptops are work, our company is forcing us to 'accept' an intermediate SSL cert from websense to access encrypted sites like Gmail.

Maybe I'm the only one whose OCD is being bugged by this, but the 10.1 Maintenance Release changes appear to have been piled together with the original 10.1 update. Also, wasn't Wolfram Alpha introduced in 10.2, not 10.2.1?

I have yet been able to get the 10.2 yet, what I want to know is how come? I live in the US and I have the Z10 with ATT

10.2: in the contacts section, when you hold down on a letter on the right, a tab pops out to show you which letter you're selecting to make sure you are getting the right selection. Unless I am mistaken, that was not there previously (or I just took way too long to discover it)

I love what 10.2.1 includes except that the incoming call changed, I really liked was different, now looks like the others =( ... I do not know if it is optional

Does installing the leaked OS my on BlackBerry z10 STL 100-1 would create any problems in the network.

I mean last time by mistake, I unstalled STA update on the device at that time it was showing in my network connections that UR SIM IS NOT FROM A VALID SOURCE.

So installing the leaked OS will create any further problems for me??

I m from INDIA.

Pls reply asap.
Thank you

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Its because you installed the leak for the Z30 on your Z10. If you install the correct leak, all will go well.

Bro I installed the os successfully on my phn, but there are issues like..m unable to download apk files directly-its showing error like unable to open file.

Also there are no icons of pictures music videos file manager etc.

Pls reply asap

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I think I have installed Beta os..coz the autoloader that I downloaded was a beta is there any problem??

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Yes, Just some advice: this thread here is not for installing new leaks and questions about it. Please post any future questions on this leak in the correct thread, as there will be plenty of people there willing to assist. Use the link I have supplied to you please. I'm not unwilling to help you but we are derailing this tread here completely. Hope you get sorted out.

In bb10 calendar, when you sync w google do you get online's ENTIRE past events history, or does it still end around 2-3 monts prior to today's date ??

I am also not seeing the White balance adjuster feature after update to OS Version10.2.1.1925.
There is no option like this on the Display Settings.
Model: ST100-1
@Kevin Any thoughts on this ?

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No entry for the 10.1 MR? Were there no new features in that release? I know or was mostly bug fixes bit I thought something got added.

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Can anyone say why the Z10 is incapable of getting the FM radio capabilities with upcoming 10.2.1 update?? Why can't it vs say the Z30 can??

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I am also not seeing the White balance adjuster feature after update to OS Version10.2.1.1925.
Model: ST100-1
@Kevin Any thoughts on this ?

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Can any one tell me the official release of 10.2.1 in Saudi Arabia I want google my BlackBerry z10

Please help me

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Ok, again does anyone know how to disable "recently" viewed pictures? Or is this another 10.2 feature?

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After 2.1 BB10 finally feels mature. Should have been like that since day one unfortunately.