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    Default [HOW-TO] Start to finish root, install android market

    Ok everybod. I know people have been having issues at the last step on dingleberry ( to get root access) I've been on IRC and I have found out how to do it if you are having issues.

    here goes:

    Make sure your playbook is registered for os 2.0 here : https://bdsc.webapps.blackberry.com/...et20/register/

    1. Backup your playbook if you need too
    2. Disconnect it from the pc. Power it off.
    3. Open up your desktop manager. Plug in your playbook.
    4. A message will come up about problems connecting. Restore you playbook to the latest firmware. (dont worry, 2.0 is still jailbreakable)
    5. Follow the instrustions on your playbook. it should be setting you up as a brand spanking new playbook.
    6. Connect to Wifi, it should ask you to update to software 2.0.
    7. When you have completed the setup and are at the playbook desktop you are ready to use dingleberry.
    8. Download dingleberry at: Dingleberry jailbreak
    9. Follow the instructions within dingleberry. After your playbook has been restored and restarted, WAIT FOR Blackberry Desktop Software to detect your playbook. After it is connected, EXIT Desktop manager.
    10. Return to dingleberry. at the top (above the playbook picture) click Dingle SSH.
    11. Click connect.
    12. You should get a command prompt window simply with a '#' character.
    13. download winSCP : Downloading winscp435setup.exe :: WinSCP
    14. Install it.
    15. In your start menu go to winSCP/keytools/puttyGEN

    THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS {} ARE FROM: PHXchocho . GO thank him! here:
    WinSCP settings for 2.1+ Dingleberry
    {
    16. Open PuTTYgen
    17. Click on Load
    18. Next to file name, make sure you set it to view all files All files (*.*)
    19. Select "rsa" from Dingleberry folder (not rsa.pub)
    20. Click OK
    21. Click on Save Private Key
    22. Click Yes on next prompt
    23. Save as playbook.ppk or whatever you want.

    24. Now open winSCP
    25. Use these settings : Imagebin - A place to slap up your images.
    MAKE SURE THE FILE PROTOCOL IS SCP AND NOT SFTP
    }

    The FOLLOWING IS THANKS TO : teostar ! Thank him here!
    How To: Install The Full Android Market On The Blackberry Playbook With Root


    26. go here: PlayBook BARs and Download "launcher Honeycomb"
    27. Download DDPB: http://www.filearchivehaven.com/down...0Installer.msi
    28. In DDPB, click ADD, find the launcher honeycomb file and select it.
    29. MAKE sure your PB is in DEV mode and enter your Playbook IP and password are both correct. Also Make sure the Item you want to put on the playbook has a checkmark beside its name. Click INSTALL.

    30. Start the app, Then exit it.
    31. Download Cyanogen Google apps from here : http://cmw.22aaf3.com/gapps/gapps-gb...828-signed.zip

    32. extract the system folder somewhere safe
    33. In winSCP go to the root of your playbook where you will see a folder named "system" on the right pane
    34. on the left side navigate where you put that cyanogen system folder
    Drag it to the right to copy it to the playbook.
    35. Click yes to the prompts that come up.
    36.Navigate to /system/app/ and remove SetupWizard.apk
    37.navigate to /apps/sys.android.XXXX.ns/native/scripts” (XXXX will be different for each device)

    38. Right click on "android-player-cmd.sh" then go to commands/execute and do the same for "kill-android-core.sh"

    39. Restart your playbook
    40. Open up the launcher and you are set!

    **If you disconnect and need to ssh again, you will have to start dingleberry click dingle ssh and then use winSCP to login!**
    Last edited by tayshun12; 12-09-2011 at 10:04 AM. Reason: Add notes
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  2. mtx69's Avatar
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    Looks good - I wish this was available when I installed the marketplace last night.

    One small issue I had when copying the system folder from google apps (step 34) was that WinSCP couldn't see it even though it was there. I just moved it to my desktop and, voila, WinSCP could see it from there. Weird but it worked.
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    wow that looks good, then i get my 64 ill be lookin this way!
    BIG UP BIG UP, ITS A STICK UP STICK UP
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    this thread needs to be merged. Easiest wording and useability. thanks, worked great
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    Yeah. Sticky this!
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    Worked awesome for me, thanks so much for the clear and concise steps and links!
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    Default Blocking Update

    Once Android is installed and the tablet rooted (reverse order...) is there an easy and safe way to BLOCK blackberry update so that they do not push an OTA that remove all of this nice hacked stuff...
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    This guide was of great help to me, thanks!
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    I can't copy the system folder to the root-I get a permission error, and the system folder? in the pb root has a red mark in lower left hand corner. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks
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    Actually there isn't a folder in the PB root named system-just a red-marked file--and I can't copy the system folder I downloaded per instructions into the root of the pb-access denied. Help?
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    My bad....I had the incorrect file protocol in WinSCP login file. All is well. Thanks to all who were part of this--this is awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by P00r View Post
    Once Android is installed and the tablet rooted (reverse order...) is there an easy and safe way to BLOCK blackberry update so that they do not push an OTA that remove all of this nice hacked stuff...
    I hope there will be eventually! There will probably be some way, its just a matter of blocking whatever file searches for the update or faking the playbook into thinking its always at the latest version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colorman View Post
    My bad....I had the incorrect file protocol in WinSCP login file. All is well. Thanks to all who were part of this--this is awesome!
    Glad to hear you got it working!
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    Hey guys im stuck at gaining root access to my PB through WinSCP, its already been diggleberried and installed a launcher.. i did the Puttygen part but when i try to gain access with winscp i get the error connection refused, i followed everything. Any ideas?
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    I followed the instructions with no errors across but I am not able to find the launcher on my PB. Any ideas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by s2kneSs View Post
    I followed the instructions with no errors across but I am not able to find the launcher on my PB. Any ideas?
    Did you sideload prior to JB with DDPB? That's the only thing I can think of why it wouldn't be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by logosteel View Post
    Did you sideload prior to JB with DDPB? That's the only thing I can think of why it wouldn't be there.
    Not sure... can you please explain to me what is side loading or provide me with a guide on how to do it?

    EDIT: I did sideload using DDPB, the apps don't show up though. I sideloaded apps after the JB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s2kneSs View Post
    Not sure... can you please explain to me what is side loading or provide me with a guide on how to do it?

    EDIT: I did sideload using DDPB, the apps don't show up though. I sideloaded apps after the JB.
    If I'm not mistaken per the steps:

    1) update software to 1.0.8 (or what ever version it is now)
    2) Register for 2.0 beta (as playbook reboots it will download this)
    3) Sideload launcher.....

    Not gonna lie, it took me all day to finally get everything running. Do NOT load anything other than the launcher it can and WILL interfere with android
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    I stayed up until 12 midnite tinkering with this rooting crap and everytime I do something or make a change THEN run dingleberry it fails and disconnects. I am following the video guide as well as the stepbystep thread posted Im no blonde so I know its not me
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    Default Jailbreak problems

    I'm having a problem getting this to jailbreak

    I downloaded and installed 2.0
    Turned on wifi share
    file share on

    turned dev mode on

    downloaded and launched dingleberry
    clicked continue

    got ip address & pass in dingleberry
    click jailbreak

    so it shows complete. press continue

    so then I make a backup file of the settings.
    done.. choose the backup file
    restore the created dingleberry file
    playbook restarts
    turn on file share
    wifi share
    dev mode on

    here is where i run into the problems
    close the desktop software then open the dingle ssh
    click connect... the window shows this

    sh: /tmp/setuidgid: cannot execute - no such file or directory
    jailbreak failed
    $

    am i missing files somewhere or missing a step??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by cokemanz View Post
    I'm having a problem getting this to jailbreak

    I downloaded and installed 2.0
    Turned on wifi share
    file share on

    turned dev mode on

    downloaded and launched dingleberry
    clicked continue

    got ip address & pass in dingleberry
    click jailbreak

    so it shows complete. press continue

    so then I make a backup file of the settings.
    done.. choose the backup file
    restore the created dingleberry file
    playbook restarts
    turn on file share
    wifi share
    dev mode on

    here is where i run into the problems
    close the desktop software then open the dingle ssh
    click connect... the window shows this

    sh: /tmp/setuidgid: cannot execute - no such file or directory
    jailbreak failed
    $

    am i missing files somewhere or missing a step??????
    I had the same problem.

    I solved this by leaving BlackBerry Desktop Software opened (it should say Sync All at the bottom right of the program) then open DingleBerry and jailbreak it. You should get "#".
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    I'm having problem with WinSCP. With "Shell: Default" I can log in. However, if I switch to "Shell: /tmp/setuidgid root /bin /sh"..

    I get this error "Error skipping startup message. Your shell is probably incompatible with the application (BASH is recommended)." What am I missing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by enyceckk View Post
    I had the same problem.

    I solved this by leaving BlackBerry Desktop Software opened (it should say Sync All at the bottom right of the program) then open DingleBerry and jailbreak it. You should get "#".
    tried it a couple times with desktop open and get the same error
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    Maybe want to edit OP, in winSCP I had to right click on the files and select custom commands and execute...No option in commands drop down
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    my post from Jailbreak thread:

    Ok, I started from the beginning after I "forgot device" in DM I opened Dingleberry, ran through it and backed up via DM. Restored and as soon as it came up to reboot to finish

    I unplugged the USB and closed DM. I restarted the PB, put it in developer mode, put the USB cable back in (while Desktop Manager was closed), ran DingleSSH and was in root on Playbook and opened winSCP and am in.

    The only step I had not done before was disconnecting as soon as it said too. So Im guessing this is the reason
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