BlackBerry PlayBook OS

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1.0.1088 now available for download

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BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1.0.1088 now available for download

BlackBerry PlayBook OS v2.1.0.1032 now available for download

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BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 now available for download

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1.0.840 for developers now available

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PlayBook Software Update

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0.1.668 now available for download

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BlackBerry PlayBook

BlackBerry PlayBook OS v2.1.0.560 Beta for developers released

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BlackBerry PlayBook

How to use the Android App Player to Load Apps on your BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0

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One of the most anticipated features of BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 was the Android Player, allowing you to load your favorite apps on Android. When PlayBook OS 2.0 was released, one of the first questions posed was "Where is the Android Player?". Many were looking for the app icon that would launch the Android Player and many ended up disappointed to see there wasn't one.

Setting Up and Using BlackBerry Bridge on BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0

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BlackBerry Bridge was updated to version 2.0 to coincide with the huge BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 update. In the video above, we will cover how to set up and use the new BlackBerry Bridge app.

The biggest feature of the updated BlackBerry Bridge app was the Remote Control feature allowing you to control your PlayBook with your BlackBerry phone. BlackBerry Bridge also now gives you the choice to select what items you want to be displayed on your PlayBook. This option is a welcome addition since BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 now has native email, contacts and calendars.  If you have those apps added through BlackBerry Bridge and navitely on your PlayBook, you may find that you get double notifications.

So, let's go through getting BlackBerry Bridge setup.

How to allow attendees in Google Calendar on BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0

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Attendee

The Calendar application is just one of the great new features available on the BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 software but it still needs a few fixes to make it perfect. For anyone that just has basic needs when it comes to using the Calendar, getting up and running is very simple. But for those of us that need a bit more functionality, a few tweaks need to be made. We already looked how to sync multiple calendars when using Gmail, but what about adding attendees to events?

Some of you may have noticed that when syncing a Google calendar to your PlayBook, the "Attendee" option is curiously missing. Well not to worry because there is a quick work around that will have you adding attendees in no time at all. Thankfully some forum members have already found a solution that seems to work flawlessly for most of us. Keep reading for the step-by-step guide to allowing attendees in your Google calendar on the BlackBerry PlayBook.

Messaging app for PlayBook OS 2.0: Checking, replying and composing messages

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The Messaging app in PlayBook 2.0 is one of the most welcomed new features. From one, central location, you can check, respond and compose messages. Both Email and Social Networking messages can now be handled in one app.

When you see that blinking red light, a simple touch of the Messages icon will allow to you to see your new Email, Twitter Direct Messages, LinkedIn messages and Facebook messages. We will show you how to check your messages, read them, reply and start a new message for any one of your connected accounts right from the Messages app. Read on for all the answers to your Messaging questions! 

Facebook for PlayBook updated to v2.2.0.39, includes bug fixes and PlayBook OS 2.0 compatibility

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Facebook for PlayBook

*UPDATE* - RIM has now released another update as well, bumping Facebook for PlayBook up to v2.2.1.7

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