Leaked: OS 10.2.0.1725 for BlackBerry Z10 STL100-2,3,4

Leaked: OS 10.2.0.1725 for BlackBerry Z10 STL100-2,3,4

Here’s yet another OS leak for the BlackBerry Z10. Users with models STL100-2,3,4 can load up OS 10.2.0.1725. Sadly, no support for the STL100-1, Q5, or Q10.

Some things you’ll notice about this leaked OS is it “will bring along Dark Theme SMS, BBM, Calendar, and Contacts. The big thing to take away from this however, is if you need BBM Channels, you will lose your dark theme BBM. And as per all leaked OS’s they keep improving on performance, speed and squashing those bugs. Also, if you fancied the camera from 10.2.1.200, then you’ll want to side load that, as this camera does not have Face Focus.

*DISCLAIMER* – This is an unofficial software release. There are no guarantees that it is stable. You may damage your phone. We assume absolutely NO responsibility for any damages that may occur. Install this leaked software release at your own risk.

via CB Forums

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