1. tommynap01's Avatar
    im just trying to sideload apps on my playbook and im not sure what software i need. i cant find any active links.. does anyone know , thank u
    09-09-12 01:04 AM
  2. MadGasser's Avatar
    There is no software to sideload on your mac you're gonna need to use the shell (also known as command line). Try searching CrackBerry, adam did a great write-up sideloading on the mac. I'm too lazy to find the link for you.
    09-09-12 01:31 AM
  3. tommynap01's Avatar
    there has to be software, its just that all the links are not active anymore
    09-09-12 01:52 AM
  4. MadGasser's Avatar
    Sorry, man, there isn't any software. Using shell isn't that taxing.
    09-09-12 01:59 AM
  5. lunaticwithin's Avatar
    If you are running the Chrome browser there is a plugin in the chrome app store that let's you sideload using the browser.
    09-09-12 02:19 AM
  6. pacoman03's Avatar
    If you are running the Chrome browser there is a plugin in the chrome app store that let's you sideload using the browser.
    As he said- Look here PlayBook App Manager
    09-09-12 04:53 AM
  7. MadGasser's Avatar
    Here's the link to the shell (command line) way if you're interested.

    How to load Android apps on your BlackBerry PlayBook from your Mac | CrackBerry.com
    Last edited by MadGasser; 09-09-12 at 11:37 AM.
    09-09-12 11:34 AM
  8. dhyde79's Avatar
    just use terminal, it's CAKE, and you can actually see what's going on while you're doing it. nice, painless, efficient, and no need to install anything extra.
    09-09-12 01:55 PM
  9. madman0141's Avatar
    OP this isn't hard to do because I can do it. Just follow CrackBerry video instructions step by step and it will work. Even if you have a mac.
    09-09-12 01:56 PM
  10. mikeo007's Avatar
    The Chrome plugin is much simpler. Keeps track of things for you too to keep it tidy.
    09-09-12 01:59 PM
  11. dhyde79's Avatar
    that assumes you're willing to install another google snooping device on your computer. and again, you're installing extra crap that the device can already do. Just use the terminal, it's **SIMPLE**
    09-09-12 02:28 PM
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