1. CrackBerry Question's Avatar
    I followed all of the direction to install snap on my device but it won't seem to accept my IPv4. I tried inputting the IPv4 into blackberry playbook on my Chrome browser but it says the webpage timed out. If anyone has any solutions or can help in any way I would really appreciate it. If I can not get this fixed I am probably going to return then phone. Thank you.
    02-23-16 05:30 PM
  2. Ecm's Avatar
    You can try this method...

    Install Snap using Sachesi:
    1. Download the appropriate Sachesi version here: Sachesi
    2. Un-archive the exe file (currently a 7zip file)
    3. Put the exe file in a folder on it's own on your computer (it's a stand-alone program)
    4. Download Snap here: Snap Google Play Client
    5. Plug your device into your computer.
    6. Double click the Sachesi exe file to launch it. Enter your device password, if you use one.
    7. Click on the install tab.
    8. Drag/drop the Snap bar file into the window. You'll see a progress bar on your device and in Sachesi.
    9. When complete, unplug your device. You're done, enjoy.

    *** "Development Mode" is not required when using Sachesi.
    *** Unless you know what you're doing, do not mess with the other, advanced options within Sachesi!
    *** Settings > App Manager > Installing Apps > "Allow Apps from Other Sources to be Installed" must be enabled to install APK's.

    Alternatively, you could install Google Play...

    http://forums.crackberry.com/android...ctions-985344/
  3. Ecm's Avatar
    You can try this method...

    Install Snap using Sachesi:
    1. Download the appropriate Sachesi version here: Sachesi
    2. Un-archive the exe file (currently a 7zip file)
    3. Put the exe file in a folder on it's own on your computer (it's a stand-alone program)
    4. Download Snap here: Snap Google Play Client
    5. Plug your device into your computer.
    6. Double click the Sachesi exe file to launch it. Enter your device password, if you use one.
    7. Click on the install tab.
    8. Drag/drop the Snap bar file into the window. You'll see a progress bar on your device and in Sachesi.
    9. When complete, unplug your device. You're done, enjoy.

    *** "Development Mode" is not required when using Sachesi.
    *** Unless you know what you're doing, do not mess with the other, advanced options within Sachesi!
    *** Settings > App Manager > Installing Apps > "Allow Apps from Other Sources to be Installed" must be enabled to install APK's.

    Alternatively, you could install Google Play...

    http://forums.crackberry.com/android...ctions-985344/
    Lusitano17 likes this.
    02-23-16 05:44 PM
  4. SeanSolo's Avatar
    Google Play method was super easy.

    Sent via Passport SE~!
    02-23-16 07:55 PM
  5. nmduc073's Avatar
    You can use the DDPB to install the Snap
    02-23-16 10:40 PM
  6. SeanSolo's Avatar
    What's the advantage of Snap?!

    Sent via Passport SE~!
    02-23-16 10:46 PM
  7. Lusitano17's Avatar
    What's the advantage of Snap?!

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    None... if you have Cobalt's work around.

    Posted via CB10
    02-23-16 10:50 PM
  8. SeanSolo's Avatar
    Exactly. And it's way easier.

    Sent via Passport SE~!
    02-23-16 10:50 PM
  9. nmduc073's Avatar
    I am using Snap. I don't have to work around or do something. Just install Snap and install apps I want.
    02-23-16 10:56 PM
  10. brookie229's Avatar
    I am using Snap. I don't have to work around or do something. Just install Snap and install apps I want.
    To many people, the installation of the Snap app is a huge workaround. Look at the number of steps involved. Personally, I prefer using Snap over the Google Play Store of Cobalt design, but it is very nice to have choices. I like the UI of Snap and how it "looks" more Blackberry 10-like. I also know that Cobalt's GPS has many more functions than Snap, but I don't use many android apps and I have no need for the advantages that the GPS has.
    02-23-16 11:04 PM
  11. Lusitano17's Avatar
    I followed all of the direction to install snap on my device but it won't seem to accept my IPv4. I tried inputting the IPv4 into blackberry playbook on my Chrome browser but it says the webpage timed out. If anyone has any solutions or can help in any way I would really appreciate it. If I can not get this fixed I am probably going to return then phone. Thank you.
    If you are still having issues with the ipv4 entry In the Chrome utility, try to enter the ip address visible on your device where you enable Developmental mode .

    Posted via CB10
    02-24-16 03:57 AM
  12. nmduc073's Avatar
    I tried Cobalt's work around and I failed. It seems to be difficult to me. T_T
    02-24-16 04:01 AM
  13. wingnut666's Avatar
    I had to enter manual ip addresses on both sides of the connection to get sachesi (or anything else) to communicate. dont ask me why, but it was the only thing that worked.

    Posted via CBX
    02-24-16 04:26 AM

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