While this plan didn't work, forcing BlackBerry to go all in with Android hardware last year, there still are a number of BlackBerry 10 handsets out there that include Android Runtime. When BlackBerry 10 was updated last month to version OS 10.3.2.2876, it created a bug that prevents BlackBerry 10 users from removing unwanted Android apps from their phone. Uninstalling an Android app removes the icon from users' home screens, but doesn't remove the app from the phone.
To fix this problem, go to the sourcelink. Under the section titled Resolution, navigate to the URL that is listed under that heading. You must use your BlackBerry browser to do this, and the browser cannot be set on Desktop mode. Once you update Android Runtime, you will need to power down your handset and reboot it.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says that the company will still support BlackBerry 10 to keep the OS secure for users in the enterprise and those working for government entities.
source: BlackBerry via Crackberry