The first leaked BlackBerry OS 10.3.2 builds has been around for less than 48 hours, and we know that some of you may be itching to know what goodies the OS might bring, but aren't comfortable with loading such an early build as a daily driver. We've compiled a list below of some new features found in 10.3.2, as well as a list of known issues.
Here’s the full changelog of what’s new in 10.3.2:
- S/MIME Support for ActiveSync – Import your S/MIME certificate into your certificate store and manage your secure email settings in the Hub
- Next Generation Enterprise Connectivity – Improving performance and protocol for behind-the-firewall access (requires BES 12.2)
- Anti-Theft Protection: Ability to remotely lock, wipe and recover a device by logging into BlackBerry Protect. A device can only be recovered this way.
- Private Browsing Mode
- Open the associated email when viewing an attachment
- Bulk clear recent contacts
- Grow/shrink numbers based on how busy the user is during work hours (month view only)
- Add time zone previews while creating or editing an event
- BlackBerry Assistant – Interaction with the timer
[Clock] Alarm may reset randomly to a different time, recurrence may toggle, and description may appear corrupt
[Hub] Hub settings may not be retained after an update from BlackBerry 10 OS v10.3.1 to 10.3.2
[Input] It may take longer than usual to input text after starting the device
[Active Frames] Content in minimized apps may appear distorted and stretched
[Clock] Alarm configured via BlackBerry Intelligent Assistant did not go off at the configured time
[Clock] After snoozing the alarm, the Clock application buttons may display in the bedside mode
[Hub] If the device’s font size is larger than 14, speed triage actions may action the incorrect item
[NFC] If bed time mode is enabled while an NFC Card Transaction occurs, the payment is received by the selector dialog is placed underneath the clock
[Boot Up] Boot time can take up to ten minutes in some cases.
Have you loaded BlackBerry OS 10.3.2.281 on your BlackBerry 10 device? Let us know in the comments below if you've discovered anything else in this latest leaked OS!