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Black Berry 10.3.1 comes with a battery saving mode which kicks-in by default when your battery goes below 20%.
Since Black Berry OS 10.3.1.1565 became official, it’s gotten a lot of good reviews, especially from those making the jump from 10.2 to 10.3.1 for the first time. Like with all things, it’s not all rosy for everyone, a couple of people have encountered one challenge or the other since updating.
I have compiled all the ones I have heard about personally below, along with fixes in case you have got a Black Berry 10 device and you run into one or more of the problems while updating: Some users (mostly Q5 and Z3 users) get prompted with a message asking them to free up a certain amount of space (varies from device to device) to enable the update download and install.