BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 erhältlich

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 erhältlich

Der BlackBerry Hersteller Research in Motion hat für den BlackBerry PlayBook-Tablet ein neues Update mit der Versions-Nummer 2.1.0.1032 veröffentlicht und zum Download bereitgestellt. Das BlackBerry PlayBook OS Update kann ab sofort Over-the-Air kostenlos heruntergeladen werden. Einen Überblick über alle Neuerungen und Verbesserungen in dieser Version findet Ihr weiter unten oder im offiziellen Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog.

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1

Das Software-Update auf BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 steht ab sofort für alle BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet als kostenloser Download bereit.

BlackBerry PlayBook-Tablet auf OS 2.1 aktualisieren

Das BlackBerry PlayBook-Tablet muss mit einer Stromquelle verbunden sein und mindestens eine Akkubetriebsdauer von 20 Prozent aufweisen, damit das BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 Software-Update ausgeführt werden kann.

So kann das BlackBerry PlayBook-Tablet auf OS 2.1 aktualisiert werden:

  • Berühre auf dem Startbildschirm des BlackBerry PlayBook-Tablet das Zahnradsymbol in der rechten oberen Bildschirmecke.
  • Tippe auf Software-Updates.
  • Tippe auf Nach Updates suchen.
  • Wenn ein Softwareupdate verfügbar ist, tippe auf Download, um das Herunterladen des Updates zu starten.
  • Wenn das Herunterladen abgeschlossen ist, tippe auf Installieren, um die Installation durchzuführen.
  • Der Rest ist selbsterklärend...

Nach Abschluss der Installation werdet Ihr möglicherweise aufgefordert, das BlackBerry PlayBook-Tablet neu zu starten, um das Update abzuschließen.

BlackBerry PlayBook OS Version 2.1.0.1032 -> Neuerungen und Verbesserungen

The BlackBerry PlayBook OS v2.1.0.1032 contains many updates including:

Features for Business End Users

  • Print To Go® across Wi-Fi networks - Judging by our LinkedIn® recommendation page, there are quite a few fans of the Print To Go app out there. We’ve also had a lot of suggestions for additional features since the initial launch. With BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1, you now have the ability to deliver documents from your PC to a BlackBerry PlayBook tablet that may be connected on a completely different network, providing a true solution for rapid document transfer to your tablet.
  • Text Messaging with BlackBerry Bridge - Text messaging or SMS is now supported as a BlackBerry Bridge™ application. Head to the BlackBerry Bridge folder on the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet’s home screen and get started interacting with SMS.
  • Improved Android Runtime - One of my favorite features on my BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is the Android™ runtime and all of the fantastic apps that it places at my fingertips. With BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1, the experience is improved and even more seamless with features like multi-window applications for a feel consistent with the overall OS, support for the HD cameras on the tablet, and in-app payments for value added experiences.
  • Portrait Orientation for Messages, Calendar, and Contacts - I often use portrait mode when I’m reading e-books on my BlackBerry PlayBook tablet or playing games like Cut the Rope HD – and now this functionality extends to the native mail, calendar, and contacts applications. This gives you the flexibility and choice in how you want to view information and interact with the tablet. The layout intelligently arranges the data onscreen to display critical information in portrait mode, and automatically returning to the expanded view in landscape mode.
  • Folder and Sync Management - Folders within an email account connected through ActiveSync can now be synchronized individually. You can quickly toggle on/off for each folder to round out the mail management experience on the device. If you use an IMAP email account, you can also now get full access to your mail folders. These features together with the current functionality provide a complete mail organization tool in the Messages app.
  • Streamlined setup and software update experience - When setting up a brand new BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and running through the out-of-box experience, a Wi-Fi connection is no longer required. Software updates can also be delayed until a later time – and when you do need to update your software, patch-based updating is now supported, which significantly lowers the file size of the updates and increases the speed of the operation.

Management and Security Features

  • Over-the-air (OTA) enrollment with BlackBerry Mobile Fusion - Employees using BlackBerry PlayBook tablets for work can now enroll with BlackBerry Mobile Fusion wirelessly. Once connected and enrolled, enterprise configurations such as email, Wi-Fi, VPN profiles, or enterprise apps can be pushed directly to the device by IT administrators. With this new feature, you can bring BlackBerry PlayBook tablets onto your corporate network quickly and easily.
  • New IT policies for added security - IT policies are crucial for enabling IT administrators to manage the wireless devices at play within their organizations. We’ve added new IT policies that administrators can take advantage of through BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. These include the ability to enable full device encryption and to disable development mode for enterprise-connected BlackBerry PlayBook tablets.
  • ActiveSync Certification Management - Certificate-based authentication can now be configured in order to allow access to work email, calendar, and address book data. These can be securely installed to the tablets over the air with BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, which utilizes Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP).
  • Full device encryption, including personal data - From the Options menu on your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, you can now enable “Full Device Encryption” by navigating to Security and then Encryption. This secures the data on both the work and personal perimeters of the device with AES 256-bit encryption for ultimate data protection.

via Inside BlackBerry - The Official BlackBerry Blog

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