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If you are still using Blackberry 10 Device this is How to Install WhatsApp

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According to Whatsapp, If your BB OS version is less than 10.0.10.648, you will need to wait for a software update from your mobile provider. Generally, your mobile service provider is responsible for releasing device updates for your BlackBerry 10 phone.

Unfortunately, some users of Blackberry phones got a message when they opened their WhatsApp earlier this morning. "You can't send messages to this chat because WhatsApp no longer supports this phone".


Despite the fact that WhatsApp support on Blackberry 10 device was extended until 30th June 2017, the popular messaging app is no longer working on BB10 devices.

On the other side, the BlackBerry device was uniquely designed. They don't only run on Blackberry OS 10, they also have the ability to install Android APK app.

Android APK files can be installed on Blackberry phones, specifically the ones with the Blackberry 10 OS (such as Q10, Z10, Z30, Q5, Z3 etc). With a simple click of a button, you can do amazing things with your BlackBerry 10 device.

How to Install WhatsApp on Blackberry 10 Devices

Step 1: Enable Installation From Unknown Source

On your BB10 device go to Settings » App Manager » Installing Apps » Enable installations from an unknown source.

Step 2: Download the Latest Version of WhatsApp APK

Download the latest version of WhatsApp APK (use any of the links below to download APK) or constantly receive updated WhatsApp app from any Android device (receive via Xender or Bluetooth).
The prerequisite to run the current version of WhatsApp on Android is a minimum of Android 4.0.3 which means you're good to go, this is because the BlackBerry 10 operating system can run apps written for Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean MR2, API level 18) and earlier.

Step 3: Run and Install WhatsApp on your BlackBerry Phone

Run and install it on your device. Once the manual settings are completed, your WhatsApp will run normally without displaying a message of not being supported.

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