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John_Clark
Posts: 13,043
Registered: ‎04-01-2008
My Carrier: AT&T

Re: BB Z10 connection with bridge to playbook Icons missing in playbook bridge

No, they're the same. No bridge features other than using a BB for an Internet connection.
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malie1
Posts: 101
Registered: ‎04-29-2012
My Carrier: Att

Re: BB Z10 connection with bridge to playbook Icons missing in playbook bridge

That's what I thought, just had to be sure, guess I'll just have to keep my old 9800 till the bridge works with z or q10

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consultingmers
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎06-21-2013
My Carrier: Verizon

Re: BB Z10 connection with bridge to playbook Icons missing in playbook bridge

Love the new features of the Z but after the Link, Sync, bridge and 10.1 fiasco, I miss my 9850 Torch. Think I might pull it out of retirement so I can actually get some work done. I love plugging my phone in to a REAL docking cradle not a USB one which is the only one available for the Z and then walking away from it as I use my PB for my functionability. Ugh - common BB - get it together and get it soon. Technology needs to move at light speed. Can this company operate any slower???

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malie1
Posts: 101
Registered: ‎04-29-2012
My Carrier: Att

Re: BB Z10 connection with bridge to playbook Icons missing in playbook bridge

You know I was all hyped up for the new 10 OS but frankly I think that was all it was HYPE I'll just keep my old torch and PB. Travel every week and I love not having to drag along my laptop. The PB And bridge do it all for me
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