BlackBerry’s BlackBerry 10 operating system has long been a thorn in Apple’s side for a lot of users, especially in terms of security and usability.
However, the company has slowly started to open up its operating system to Android devices and the company’s new BlackBerry 11 operating system is shaping up to be a pretty good one.
The operating system’s default apps and settings are all Android apps, and the new BlackBerry 10 BlackBerry Keyboard lets you switch between the two platforms.
You can access the keyboard through the BlackBerry Hub, a separate app available for Android and iOS devices.
It’s also worth noting that the BlackBerry 10 keyboard is available in the US and UK, but you’ll need to have a BlackBerry phone to get access to the full keyboard.
Here’s how to get your BlackBerry 10 smartphone keyboard.
Make sure you have a Blackberry 10 smartphone running the Android 4.3 KitKat operating system, or later 2.
Download and install the BlackBerry Keyboard 3.
Plug the keyboard into your smartphone and you’ll be able to enter commands with your keyboard.
BlackBerry has also released a new keyboard for BlackBerry 10 that you can use to switch between Android and BlackBerry apps and services.
Select your device’s keyboard icon 5.
When the BlackBerry keyboard appears on the screen, tap the “Browsing” menu icon in the upper right corner to open the Browsing menu.
You’ll now be able access your BlackBerry Keyboard by swiping down on the keyboard icon.
Choose “Browse” and tap on the menu icon next to the Bios, Device, and File folders to open them.
Choose the apps and the file you want to access the BlackBerry Keys.
Click on the BlackBerry Keypad icon in a list to open it. 9.
You will now be presented with a list of available keyboards.
You must use a keyboard to access BlackBerry’s other apps, such as the PlayBook, but the keyboard can be accessed by swipes.
If you don’t want to use the keyboard to do things, you can also access BlackBerry by swipe-pushing the BlackBerry keys on your phone.
Tap the “Back” button in the bottom-left corner to return to the previous screen.