How-To Run Almost Any Android 2.3.3 app on BlackBerry 10

blackberry android apps qnx How To Run Almost Any Android 2.3.3 app on BlackBerry 10
Here we have a method that will allow BlackBerry 10 users running 10.1 OS the ability to run almost any Android 2.3.3 app on your BlackBerry 10 device. xsacha provides us with a step-by-step guide that could help us accomplish an app gap on Android ported apps, allowing us to install some apps currently not compatible.

Check out the tutorial below:

Hey guys. If you are worried about Android app compatibility in Blackberry 10. Worry no longer.
This method allows you to run any Android 2.3.3 app in Blackberry 10.1. Even if the app using NATIVE CODE.
This includes games, instagram, netflix, teamviewer, you name it.

Requirements:
1. Android SDK
2. A debug token

If you have a new Android SDK (4.2.2) copy everything from sdkbuild-toolsandroid-4.2.2 to sdkplatform-tools first.

Steps:
1. Download this packagehere.
2. Edit zandroid2bb.bat and change the first line to point to where you have the Android SDK installed.
3. Put your debugtoken.bar in the same directory as the script.
4. Now just drag any Android app .apk on to zandroid2bb.bat. A .bar should be generated (otherwise check the error).

Now you can install this .bar on your device and it should just work. You can use the included zInstaller.bat or other means.

Screenshots:
GLBenchmark Egypt (Native Code)
Pudding Monsters (Native Code)

Test it out yourself and let us know how it works for you!

 How To Run Almost Any Android 2.3.3 app on BlackBerry 10
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 How To Run Almost Any Android 2.3.3 app on BlackBerry 10

Comments

  1. chandana author says

    I’ve been trying connect my Z1o with DDPB . I’ve installed the JRE in win8(64) and DDPB software, scan’d my ip, but when i try to connect it says “Error: Cannot connect: connection to https:// refused. You may have to reboot the target” wht to do next?? plzzz help ….

  2. khalil atta author says

    Close the DDPB and run it again unplug your device and go to settings>security and privacy>scroll down to Development Mode and put your password if you have if you don’t have just forget and connect your BlackBerry to the pc it’ll show you device connected to computer and then go to scan it’ll scan your Development IP Address

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