The BlackBerry Z10 proved to be an all-touch phone that had a less than stellar post launch experience, as some owners who were extremely proud to wear the BlackBerry badge had to swallow their pride, when they discovered that there was this particular bug in the BlackBerry Z10 that actually rebooted the smartphone automatically, and this is not only annoying, but extremely inconvenient especially if you are one who absolutely has to be connected all the time.
The thing is, modern day smartphones have boot up times that seemingly take forever compared to the old school Nokia 3310, ensuring that your frustration levels hit new heights. For some strange reason if you have remained with the BlackBerry 10 all this while, running on BlackBerry 10.0.10.684, 10.0.10.672, and 10.0.9.2743, you should be able to kiss goodbye to rebooting issues after updating to BlackBerry 10.1.2050 or higher. At least, that is what we have picked up from the folks over at the BlackBerry Knowledge Base. Better late than never, and for those who have already picked up the new update, have you been haunted by a reboot since?
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