To get started, simply connect your smartphone to your computer and open Black Berry Desktop Software, then click Update.Black Berry Tablet OS is an operating system from Black Berry Ltd based on the QNX Neutrino real-time operating system designed to run Adobe AIR and Black Berry Web Works applications, currently available for the Black Berry Play Book tablet computer.The 10.3.3 update was thrown into the US National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) security certification labs, and seemed to disappear there.Spring turned to summer, summer turned to autumn, and still it didn’t appear.If a new version of the device software is available for your Black Berry device, it will be listed in the Settings view in Black Berry® Link on your computer.From there, simply click Install Update to update your software.Then late last night, alerts for the 1.6GB download finally popped up on users’ devices. With its new licensing model, Black Berry will at least have more time to promote its secure enterprise software and connected cars, rather than answer questions about its legacy phone business.
Should you unplug or cancel the update process before completion, your smartphone may be unusable and you may need to restart the update process to regain use of your device.
To view your updates, tap the Software Notification icon.
To begin downloading your software update, tap Update. New Black Berry® Bridge™ features in the Play Book OS 2.1 let you view, respond to and compose text messages on your Play Book with the Black Berry Bridge app for text messaging2.
Using this software and any updates or upgrades as provided by Research In Motion Limited or any of its affiliates ("RIM") is subject to the Black Berry Software License Agreement ("BBSLA"), unless otherwise stated.
Install the latest version of the Black Berry® Play Book™ OS to ensure you have access to the latest features and functionality on your Black Berry® Play Book™ tablet.
The Black Berry Tablet OS is the first tablet running an operating system from QNX (now a subsidiary of RIM).