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  1. xtremez's Avatar
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    Default What to do with OBB files?

    Hi, I have been able to successfully converting apks into bars and sideloading them. However, I have ran into a new problem, certain apps are too big and they come in multiple RAR files.

    When I unzip them, it's all OBB file format? What do i do with those?
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    OBB files are expansion files for .apk apps. Whether they can be used on the PB, I don't know. Maybe this will help you out, though- APK Expansion Files | Android Developers
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    Default Re: What to do with OBB files?

    I am having the same problem, it looks like the PB can't read OBB files. So the Android app won't work
  4. sushant pavaskar's Avatar
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    Red face i have answer.

    replay me if it work, i give u example of ea theme park android game .
    1 i download the game.from pc internet
    2 download the game data file its .obb 200mb again from pc which name as - com.eamobile.themepark_row.obb
    3 now on mobile i create obb folder in sdcard/ android
    4 in obb folder i create folder com.eamobile.themepark_row and place com.eamobile.themepark_row.obb in it
    5 then i install game then open it let it check on mobile Internet connection and it works

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