Although BlackBerry updated their whole suite of Android apps, a new build of BlackBerry Hub+ Services has now started to roll out through Google Play that, according to the changelog anyway, includes bug fixes and performance improvements.
Looking to switch things up on your Priv, DTEK50 or DTEK60? if so, the latest BlackBerry Launcher includes a pretty simple way to change the look of your device by way of a new 'dark theme' and it looks pretty sharp. Need to know how to enable it?
Just in time for the holidays, BlackBerry has now updated their suite of Android apps for Priv, DTEK50 and DTEK60. This time around there's plenty of changes to be noted for all the apps across the board including enhancements to Hub+, the BlackBerry Keyboard, and the BlackBerry Launcher.
If you're doing beta testing of BlackBerry's Android apps through the BlackBerry Beta Zone, you'll want to load up Google Play and grab the latest releases. BlackBerry Hub, Contacts, Tasks, Notes and Calendar have now all been updated.
Over the past few OS updates that have been rolled out to Priv, DTEK50 and DTEK60 owners, there have been a few cases where BlackBerry's DTEK app has reported operating system issues after updating seemingly for no real reason. BlackBerry has now acknowledge the issue and is looking into it.
Back in 2007 when I started here at CrackBerry, I never imagined that one day I would be writing about BlackBerry's third Android device being available but here we are. The DTEK60 has arrived and after having spent some time with the device, it's time to take a look beyond our initial hands-on and see how well the DTEK60 stands up to everyday use.
Take a look at our full run down of how to reinstall the OS on your BlackBerry smartphones powered by Android. It's all relatively easy, but do keep in mind you will need to have a Windows or Mac computer to complete the process plus, reinstalling the OS will indeed erase all local data.