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7th November 2015, 10:13 AM |#91  
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Any way to use the Hub?

focused now on the keyboard. Then all other stuff too
 
 
7th November 2015, 10:17 AM |#92  
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focused now on the keyboard. Then all other stuff too

Exactly!
7th November 2015, 10:21 AM |#93  
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Installing apks is easy. But BB Services wants to update itself (even if is the last version).
7th November 2015, 10:25 AM |#94  
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Any way to use the Hub?

The keyboard should be the easiest, and it's proving to be a pain. I will focus on the Hub when I can get the Keyboard working, because then I'll know what exactly to do to successfully port the APKs over to other Android phones.
7th November 2015, 10:27 AM |#95  
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The hub might be easier to get working than the keyboard.

Hub and a few others requires BlackBerry Services apk so if that can be made functional, other apps should work?

I know Productivity Tab installs on device but requires BlackBerry Services.
7th November 2015, 10:29 AM |#96  
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Installing apks is easy. But BB Services wants to update itself (even if is the last version).

Were u able to install the keyboard apk? Lucky patcher?
7th November 2015, 10:36 AM |#97  
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Were u able to install the keyboard apk? Lucky patcher?

No LP. Kb installed but crashes
7th November 2015, 10:37 AM |#98  
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The hub might be easier to get working than the keyboard.

Hub and a few others requires BlackBerry Services apk so if that can be made functional, other apps should work?

I know Productivity Tab installs on device but requires BlackBerry Services.

Hmm, I'll need those other .so files to get the keyboard working, so I can't do anything until I get them. The Services APK needs some patching as well to install on anything other than the Priv, so I'll fix that first instead.
7th November 2015, 10:38 AM |#99  
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Hmm, I'll need those other .so files to get the keyboard working, so I can't do anything until I get them. The Services APK needs some patching as well to install on anything other than the Priv, so I'll fix that first instead.

who of us has device in hand ? Where is him now ?
7th November 2015, 10:42 AM |#100  
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Hmm, I'll need those other .so files to get the keyboard working, so I can't do anything until I get them. The Services APK needs some patching as well to install on anything other than the Priv, so I'll fix that first instead.

I've requested the .so files from the person who has been supplying me the APKs. You'll have to wait for him for those. Might be easier to move onto the Services APK for now.

I don't have a BlackBerry Priv or I'd share them.
7th November 2015, 10:44 AM |#101  
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Do I need a root phone for installing the apps ?
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