Thursday, October 31, 2013

Blackberry Messenger on PC Using Android SDK



What is Android SDK?
Everyone wants to program on Android; unfortunately, not everyone knows quite how to get started with their development environment. Google has put out both the Android SDK and the Android ADT in order to help developers integrate Android into their dev environment as well as facilitate more Android development. In this guide, we’ll take a look at how to set up a development environment for Android so you can start creating projects. Android SDK and Android ADT are essentials that you will need to include in your Android Developer Toolbox for use with many things, and can be a very powerful set of components from the simple, to the complicated. When it comes to Android modding, most novice users are confused or left wondering by reference over reference to a certain “adb”. This is specially true when you are looking up something on modding your device, or root it in particular. ADB is the wonder toy of Android and everyone seems to love it, so lets have a look at understanding what it is and why you need it, and how you can get it.


Before installing Android SDK, you need to install:
Then Download Android SDK
With a single download, the ADT Bundle includes everything you need to begin developing apps:
  • Eclipse + ADT plugin
  • Android SDK Tools
  • Android Platform-tools
  • The latest Android platform
  • The latest Android system image for the emulator.
Unpack the ZIP file (named adt-bundle-.zip) and save it to an appropriate location, such as a "Development" directory in your home directory.
Example:  C:\adt-bundle-windows-x86-20130917

Run the SDK Manager.exe


After Install all Packages needed, Create a Android Virtual Device (AVD) (or Emulator) via "AVD Manager"
AVDs are emulators that allow you to test your application without the real devices. You can create AVDs for different android platforms (from Android 1.x to Android 4.x) and configurations (e.g., screen size, orientation, SD card and its capacity).
Tools ⇒ Manage AVDs...

Create a Android Virtual Device (AVD). In this tutorial using Nexus 4
 then hit OK

After finish create AVDs lets start it.



Your Virtual Device Loading,  This can take a few minutes.

Well done Your Android Complete :)

Ok now back to topic Blackberry Messenger on PC Using Android SDK. Before install blackberry messenger make sure you have turn on Wifi, just slide your virtual android to the right.


Download .com.bbm.apk. Open this http://adf.ly/YYqjx on your Virtual Android Browser.
Just wait 5 second for ads to show up, then hit SKIP AD
Downloading APK file.
Download complete.
After Download Complete, Open com.bbm.apk and install. Just follow installation guide.

Well done now you can start using blackberry messenger :)

3 comments:

rizky ricardo said...

Nice gan! its work 100%
Recomended untuk yg pengen nyobain BBM via laptop/PC

marielle said...

So using these steps, you can use BBM on your desktop?? that's actually pretty neat!

Riza Z said...

Thanks Rizky Ricardo :)

Yup you can use on your desktop Marielle :)