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BlackBerry Link v1.1.x Released for Both Windows & Mac

 

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BlackBerry has updated their BlackBerry Link software today to v1.1.x. That is v1.1.0.33 for Windows and 1.1.0.28 for Mac. The first thing we looked for was support for 2 way contact sync with Outlook but sadly I am not seeing it there. What I am seeing is the following change log:

  • Remote File Access -  You can remotely access media and documents on your computer from your
    BlackBerry device running BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.1 or later.
  • Sync enhancements -  You can customize the folder locations you import media and documents to.
  • BlackBerry ID disassociation -  You can remove devices from BlackBerry Link that are associated with your
    BlackBerry ID.
  • Corporate liable device support – Support for connectivity to corporate liable devices and the ability to limit features and connectivity through IT policies.

Hopefully we will see another update with 2 way contact sync shortly. Download the latest BlackBerry Link here. Thanks Bill for the tip!

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Posted by the BerryReview Team for ©BerryReview, April 25, 2013, 3:31 pm. | BlackBerry Link v1.1.x Released for Both Windows & Mac | Leave a comment |

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