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The latest OS update released by Blackberry is 10.2, which if you've done your updates, that is what you should be running.
The leaked OS 10.2.1 autoloader files and instructions can be found on these two links
Thread containing links to the leaked OS: http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-leaked-beta-os-f
Remember, do a full backup before attempting this and MAKE SURE YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND the install instructions. The leaked version would not work on my Q10 but it seems many Z10 users have been successful in installing it.
I personally would backup and reload the last update released from Blackberry vs. the leaked one as my first course of action.