Discussion in 'Smartphones and Tablets' started by Phoenix, Jan 24, 2017.
Just bought this case:
BlackBerry KEYone Dual Layer Shell Case by TCL
Just got my BlackBerry KeyOne Dual Layer Shell
I had the Incipio Dual Pro Case just a few days go and while that was an awesome keys and the volume keys/power key clicked good, this takes it to a next level. The keys now feel as if there is no case on and feel very natural when pressed.
The rubber shell isn't a fingerprint magnet at all and is a bit raised above the screen to protect it when the phone is sitting with the face down.
Highly Recommended! I bought mine from Amazon!
PS: It's out of stock now on Amazon though
Finally, after endless amounts of manually checking for updates for the past month on my BBB100-2 KeyOne, this morning, I woke up, checked for updates and the phone started downloading the update then installed it.
I got AAM481 which is the July 5th Security Patch so I guess BlackBerry decided to skip the June Patch altogether on my phone and jumped straight to the July Patch
I just got it installed so I cannot comment on anything yet but I hope that the phone going into Vibrate mode randomly when it was on silent is fixed. let's see
For contrast, my S7 Edge from US Cellular is still on the April 1, 2017 security patch.
My S7 Edge (ATT) updated to June 1 2017 security patch, just before July
Gotcha, so in this case, the culprit appears to be US Cellular and not Samsung (which means the KEYone wouldn't fair any better if it was on US Cellular). Good to know.
IDK about the US Cellular model, but hmscott... you should flash the U software. I have the G935A flashed to G935U. My updates now come from Samsung, not AT&T. Also, the U system image is squeaky clean. No bloat from AT&T at all. The only carrier branding I have now is the logo printed on the back glass.
EDIT: And also that AT&T text in the status bar is gone. I almost took the device back because of it.
BlackBerry KEYone coming to Sprint July 14.
That's great news! Took them forever.
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