Your new BlackBerry Q10 is in hand. You've pulled it out of the box, put the battery in and powered it on -- now what?
There are plenty of things you can do with your new device, but before you dive in you'll want to start slow with things like logging in with your BlackBerry ID, setting up some accounts, tweaking your notifications and choosing a wallpaper (for starters).
We've got plenty of help and how-to posts to ease you through the process of getting started with your new Q10 and plenty more are on the way.
When you first start up your Q10 you'll need to enter your BlackBerry ID (or register for a new one if you are new to BlackBerry). Beyond that, you'll want to add your personal and/or work email accounts as well Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Evernote if you use those services.
Now that you have some basic setup out of the way you can jump into more advance options. On your BlackBerry Q10 you can use some amazing keyboard shortcuts to get around faster, use services like Box and Dropbox to keep your files in sync and even sideload Android applications.
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