SnapLoad – A 1-click Windows app to download & install Snap (Google Play Store client) on BlackBerry 10

SnapLoad 615x385 SnapLoad   A 1 click Windows app to download & install Snap (Google Play Store client) on BlackBerry 10While we have an extensive, detailed guide on how-to sideload Google Play Store client Snap onto your BlackBerry 10 device, the dev named WeirdTurtleMan has created a simple Windows version app of a previous installer that makes it easy to install Snap with one click.

Basically you plug in your device via USB to your computer and press the install button, it’ll do all the work.

Instructions below:

Download SnapLoad here

There is a readme guide that the dev put into the zip folder but I list them out here:

Please follow these steps before you start:

1. Connect your BlackBerry device to the computer via USB
2. On your device go to Settings
3. Go to Security and Privacy and then Development Mode
4. Enable Development Mode
5. Set a Device Password
6. Remember the IP address

If you have questions, requests, or stumbled upon a bug please find me on
the BlackBerry Empire forum (http://blackberryempire.com/forum).

 

 SnapLoad   A 1 click Windows app to download & install Snap (Google Play Store client) on BlackBerry 10
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 SnapLoad   A 1 click Windows app to download & install Snap (Google Play Store client) on BlackBerry 10

Comments

    • John M. author says

      All you have to do is connect your device to the PC with a USB cable. Put your device in development mode and then just place the IP address into this program along with your password that you setup when turning on development mode and then just click on the “Download & Install Snap” tab and the program does the rest. The program takes over and sideloads the Snap bar on the device for you. Very easy to use.

  1. Vince author says

    Nice tool but isn’t Sachesi easier? You just run Sachesi, goto the install tab – drag and drop the Snap bar file and your done. No need to set development mode and passwords, then turn it off and remove password (if you don’t use one)

    • author says

      I’ve never used Sachesi, the good thing about SnapLoad is it grabs the latest Snap bar file from the dev’s site automatically. So no need to download it or find the latest bar file of Snap.

    • John M. author says

      I agree with you but it’s a nice alternative for those folks that are afraid to use Sachesi or the Playbook App Manager. Sideloading is actually very easy but some folks just can’t seem to get it to work for them so this program gives them another way.

  2. azhar ali sayed author says

    The Output reads: Attempting to download snap from .
    Download Completed.
    Attempting to sideload snap.bar to the device with the ip address

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