Your OS version will be listed as a series of numbers after a lowercase V (v220.127.116.11) on the first screen.
You can also employ the Help Me screen shortcut to determine your current OS version by hitting ALT, SHIFT and the letter H.
With the official release of Black Berry OS v4.5 on the horizon—various beta, or test, versions of the software are already bouncing around the Web—we thought this would be a great time for a Black Berry OS tutorial.
What follows is our step-by-step guide on how to upgrade your Black Berry's OS, or install a different version, as well as how to prepare beforehand to make the process run as smoothly as possible.
Familiar with OS leaks and don't mind updating your device through autoloaders and such?
If that describes you, you can now download the Black Berry OS 10.3.1.2744 update files for most Black Berry 10 smartphones...
Research In Motion (RIM) is constantly developing and testing new software and applications for your Black Berry.
Mac users beware: RIM doesn't currently offer the Black Berry Desktop Manager software for Apple computers; however, industrious Mac owners running Parallels and who have a copy of Windows have been able to upgrade their Black Berrys via Macs, though the process can be a bit clumsy.
Black Berry is the gold standard for privacy and security in smartphones.
With Black Berry 10 OS, version 10.3.2, your privacy and security are fortified even further with the anti-theft protection feature in Black Berry Blend™ to access your work and personal email, BBM, text messages, notifications, documents, calendar, contacts and media in real time on whatever device you are on.
Previously we let you all know Black Berry was working on a fix for the Passport screen flicker issue and while there was no ETA mentioned, if you don't mind taking an unconventional route, you can try out that fix...
If you've been itching to try out a new leaked OS, now is your chance.