HOW TO INSTALL ANROID MARKET AND RUN ANDROID APPS ON BLACKBERRY PLAYBOOK
It is not a new thing that android apps can be open on blackberry playbook but some people do not know that it is possible. So, today I will be writing on how you can install and run android apps on your playbook.
First of all you need to install the BBH tool (simply go to Google type in “BBH TOOL” and click on the first result)
Go to a website that has good apps for playbook e.g. goodereader.com the apps will be .bar files Save the apps n your pc
On your playbook you go to settings > security > development mode
If it is off turn it on
Enter your password it’s advisable to make the password short and easy to remember.
Connect the playbook to your computer. The playbook will show you a pop up message showing you that the development mode is on and it will give you two ip addresses, take note of the on the left.
Open the BBH tool and run it as an administrator (it may give a message saying that no blackberry os is installed just click “ok”)
Go to play book and enter the ip address that was displayed on the left earlier on your playbook, enter your password.
Then click on add files navigate the browser to where you downloaded the .BAR file
Then finally click on install it.
Now you can enjoy your android apps on your playbook