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Saturday, 30 July 2011

How to install AngryBirds App into your Blackberry Playbook using DDPB installer

Good News for everyone waiting for AngryBirds on PlayBook, ill show you how to install the app in few simple steps.


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STEP 1
Set your playbook in development mode :
Goto Playbook settings > Scroll down and select "Security" > Select "Development Mode" and turn it on, You will be asked to enter a password, make sure you remember this password (Very Important)

You will see the developer mode icon next to the orientation lock icon just below the top bezel. Select the icon which looks like a person, and make a note of your Playbook's IP address.




STEP 2 :
Download Angrybirds app to your computer (Download the file to your Desktop this helps us find the file easily)AngryBirds.Bar 

STEP 3 :
Make sure that you have Java Run-Time Environment Installed in your computer, If you already have it installed please skip this step. Most computers have this pre-installed.
If you don't have JRE installed Download Java Run Time

STEP 4 :
Download and install DDPB (Dau Den PlayBook Installer) this software helps us to install the Angry Birds app from the Computer to your Playbook. Download DDPB Installer

Once DDPB is downloaded install the software and launch it.


FINAL STEP :
Connect your Playbook to your computer using the USB cable or Wi-Fi, When DDPB is open it will ask you for the PlayBook IP address and Password Enter those information.
Then use the ADD option find angrybirds.bar file select it and then click install. Once the installation is complete you can disconnect your PB from the computer and also exit the developer mode.

You will find the Angry Bird Icon in PlayBook main menu, Click to launch the game. Enjoy.

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46 comments:

  1. where can i get more .bar apps ? apart frm appwprld ?

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  2. @id: You can find some app from this forum discussion.
    I am yet to install these games. Here's the link:
    http://www.berryreview.com/forums/topic/some-playbook-games

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  4. Thanks for the help. But I can´t get it to work. I´ve done everething exactly as you describe, but after the DDPB is finished installing, the AngryBirds icon never shows up on my Playbook. Hope that U can give me a hand. Thanks

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  5. @jp: Make sure you enter your PB's ip address and development mode password in ddpb correctly. Even if you enter this incorrectly and try to install a app ddpb will give you a msg saying the app is installed. So try installing once again, it should work.

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  6. Looks easy! Angry Birds is one of the best game applications for the Blackberry Playbook. I wonder if the gaming experience is the same as with other tablets.

    Samantha Cole

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  7. @Samantha The official version of Angry Birds which is yet to be released on Playbook will look even better.

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  8. Lots of software available for download on the blackberry apps world. I like the AngryBird App for blckberry.

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  9. When I open DDPB it says, no java; close app!

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  10. Same thing happened to me: no java; close app! even know I have already installed the Java Run-Time Environment. Please help.

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  11. LimeFrog Stewegg Try installing the Java 64bit version, just go to oracle.com to download it for free. Also make sure you have the development mode is turned on.

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  12. I have Java, it says I don't when I run DDPB is get (no java: close app!)

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  13. well i dont know why that's happening. Normally uninstalling java and installing 32 or 64 bit should do the trick. Are you using a mac?

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  14. Hi Mr. Green, I have tried with the 64bit version and also download the latest Java from java.com.
    However, the same problem still existed. Is there anything to do with my language? Does the Java has to be in English? Do you know how to run the java manually after install because I didn't see any Java icon that show it's running after installation.

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  15. Hey, I have just found a way to solve this problem.
    First, go to http://java.com/en/download/testjava.jsp to test whether Java is working on the computer.
    This would also start your java that's installed on your computer.
    Next, check if DDBP still the same error.
    If so, go to Program File/Java/jre(*)/bin and run the programs listed below:
    java.exe, javacpl.exe, javaw.exe and javaws.exe
    This should solve the problem...at least for me~:)
    Hope this helps~:P

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  16. Thanks for sharing the info i really appreciate your effort :)

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  17. No, (not im using a Dell Inspiron with an i3 processor and windows 7.

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  18. Ill try what you said (Unknown)

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  19. I got no error, I test the program on my Laptop.

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  20. Lime frog did you try what unknown said? Did it work?

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  21. make sure you know what system you are running, i have 64-bit i download java, before i use google browser doesnt work, because google doesn't run 64-bit, i switch to internet explorer. and then walla... it works....plpaying angry birds right now... diff dialect though but, fine by me....

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  22. Thank you Katipunero for sharing your find :)

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  23. hi.. mr.green android player is not working in my playbook please help me brother...

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  24. Hi there Android player is not working for anyone, you need to upgrade to OS 2.0 beta to run android apps.

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  25. It works but its in an odd language i dont know

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  26. Yup its a ported version, viatnamese i think :)

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  27. I followed the instructions exactly and as descibed above in one of the posts - it appeared to instal ok but no icon - guess wot - I didn't realise I was not entering my password with case sensitive character - repeated exercise - works perfect. Thx Lime Trip

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  28. Works well! Thx for sharing!

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  29. Wonderful blog & good post.Its really helpful for me, awaiting for more new post. Keep Blogging!




    Blackberry Development

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  30. Hi, probably our entry may be off topic but anyways, I have been surfing around your blog and it looks very professional. It’s obvious you know your topic and you appear fervent about it. I’m developing a fresh blog plus I’m struggling to make it look good, as well as offer the best quality content. I have learned much at your web site and also I anticipate alot more articles and will be coming back soon. Thanks you.


    Blackberry Developer

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  31. Can't u download it straight 2 ure playbook
    ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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    1. You can download it to you're playbook but to make it work you need to install it using the software.

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  32. .bar file Link is not working.

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  33. can you please add some dirt bike games, i dont have a link because i dont care which ones you add. if you add 2 or 3 that would be great. i know you are a busy guy but if you could do that it would be great. i appreciate your time.

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    1. Most dirt bike flash games require a keyboard to play, do you have one?

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  34. Dear Mr.Green,
    I followed your instruction carefully.
    I entered playbook ip address & password in DDPB installer.But when i click the connect button, "incorrect ip or password" error is showed up.I have JRE installed.I tried it so many times but failed.

    Therefore,i request you to please solve my error as i have bored of playing app world games.
    Thankyou!!

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    1. Try installing jre 64bit version from oracle.Com

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    2. i tried your advice but failed again......plz help.

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    3. Try this method.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iKwuOCx5E4

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    4. It worked...:-)
      Really Thanks Mr.Green!!
      YOU ROCKSZZZ!!!!!

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  35. Hi Mr. Green!!It's me again..

    One question plz....

    How can i install android games on my Playbook?

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  36. You must first find android apps which works with playbook you can find some apps from http://goodereader.com/apps/playbook/playbook-android-apps/. After you get the apps then use the sideloading method to install them.

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  37. For some files,it's showing "package id" error.
    What to do for that kind of error?

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