BlackBerry 10 OS user's guide

The BlackBerry 10 OS user's guide is intended as background material for people developing apps for the BlackBerry 10 OS. You will learn how to:

  • Use the BlackBerry 10 OS runtime environment. Think of this guide as the companion how-to doc for the Utilities. Assuming there's a system prompt waiting for input, this guide is intended to help you learn how to interact with that prompt.

Although there aren't many opportunities for a system prompt on a BlackBerry device, this guide may still provide useful information about the QNX Neutrino RTOS that the BlackBerry 10 OS is based on.

The following table may help you find information quickly:

To find out about: Go to:
How BlackBerry 10 OS compares to other operating systems Getting to know the OS
The basics of using the keyboard, command line, and shell (command interpreter) Using the command line
Files, directories, and permissions Working with files
How to edit files Using editors
Creating your own commands Writing shell scripts
The file systems that BlackBerry 10 OS supports Working with file systems
Analyzing and improving your machine's performance Fine-tuning your system
How many processes, files, and so on, your system can support Understanding system limits
Samples of profiles, and so on Examples

For information about programming in BlackBerry 10 OS, see Get programming with the BlackBerry 10 OS and the BlackBerry 10 OS programmer's guide.

Last modified: 2015-03-31

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