BlackBerry’s Michael Clewley takes to Twitter to deal with the screen flickering issue that many BlackBerry Passport customers are having. BlackBerry launched 10.3.1 to all exisiting units together with the BlackBerry Passport. Ever when you consider that a respectable construct of OS 10.3.1 leaked to the public, the BlackBerry Passport has been affected by the nasty screen flickering computer virus. The respectable OS driven to the tool didn't get to the bottom of it which resorted to Michael Clewley commenting: To re-submit one by one, Update is being held briefly till we have an problems evaluation as a result of a few of the negativity. — Michael Clewley (@MichaelClewley) February 23, 2015 To re-submit one by one, we may have a fix for the Passport flickering issue and are recently checking out this. — Michael Clewley (@MichaelClewley) February 23, 2015 As a workaround for the Passport flickering issue we’ve noticed a day by day reset scale back the quantity it occurs. — Michael Clewley (@MichaelClewley) February 23, 2015 There you have it. The OS 10.3.1 update is being held again till they have the issue looked after and a fix is being examined as we talk. Source: Michael Clewley on Twitter
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