Process overview

You probably already have an established workflow that you use when you develop Android apps. Bringing your Android apps over to the BlackBerry Runtime allows you to access a whole new group of potential customers. However, before you can distribute your Android apps through the BlackBerry World storefront, they must be repackaged as signed .bar files. There are several options for repackaging your Android apps as BlackBerry 10 compatible .bar files. Chances are, one of these options fits nicely into your current workflow.

Tokens, tools, and certificates

You need a few items in order to test, debug, and repackage Android apps as BlackBerry 10 compatible .bar files. These items include the following:

Stages of the overall process

The following diagram illustrates the overall process that you must follow before you can distribute your Android apps through the BlackBerry World storefront.

A flow diagram of the things you must do to get
                        started. Register for a BlackBerry ID account Install an app repackaging tool BlackBerry tools for Android development Publish to BlackBerry World


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