BlackBerry OS 10.2.0.1521 Leaked for Z10 STL100-1

BlackBerry OS 10.2.0.1521 Leaked for Z10 STL100-1

There’s a new OS leak out for the Z10 that you guys are probably want to get your hands on. Version 10.2.0.1521 was posted over on the CrackBerry Forums by BerryLeaks today.

There’s a rather lengthy changelog that you can check out at the forums.

Please note that this update is only for those Z10 owners who are on the STL100-1. If you’re unsure which model you have, there’s an easy way to check. Simply open up an SMS or BBM message and type out “myver” (without the quotation marks) and then press space and it will give you your current OS and Z10 model.

Download the leak right here.

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