installing apps not in marketplace

This is a discussion on installing apps not in marketplace within the Motorola Backflip Development & Hacking forums, part of the Motorola Backflip category; Originally Posted by hhplayer8` i went through every post to see if any one was having this problem, but no one is. i cant even ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hhplayer8` View Post
    i went through every post to see if any one was having this problem, but no one is. i cant even install the drivers.. lmao.. it brings me to the motorola store but no option for downloading or anything. help?
    Looks like motorola has changed the link location for the x64 driver (and posted updated drivers, too).
    See updated download links here.

    EDIT: The problem seems to be intermittent, too. The x64 link worked again when I tried it after a few minutes...

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    Has anyone been able to download a gba emulator? If so how does it work on the backflip?Good? slow? buggy? And if you've downloaded any other emulator how does it run? Thanks :D

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    Help!!!! Mac users completely lost!!!!!!!

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    anyone know where to get these driver files? it comes with a popup and I select download file and it is just a link to the thread I am already looking at. hell it did the same thing at xdadevelopment forums.

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    my bad. seems to be a windows exploder problem. downloads fine in mozilla

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    For those who have rooted and would like to be able to install non-market apps without using the adb install method, check j_r0dd's MOD here over at M3
    [MOD] Install non-market apps

    Ive got it installed myself and it works perfectly. The option for unsecured sources wont stay checked in application options, but it still allows you to install non-market apps

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    Quote Originally Posted by batmania15 View Post
    So AT&T has locked the phone down so you can't install any apps from your sd card or over the air. You can only install apps from the market place.

    But there is a way around this. You have to install through ADB method, which is outline below, courtesy of forum.xda-developers.com.

    1. DOWNLOAD USB DRIVERS
    Motorola ADB Driver 32bit
    Motorola ADB Driver 64bit

    2. INSTALL THE SDK
    -Download latest SDK Android SDK | Android Developers
    -Extract Archive to C:\SDK\ (or C:\Android, or whatever you want)

    3. Enable debugging on your phone
    -Goto Settings > Applications > Development > and Check the USB debugging option
    Now connect your phone to your computer.

    4. Open the command prompt and navigate to adb (located in the tools folder of the directory of the SDK, EX: I moved my directory to C:\Android)

    Use the following command from the windows command utility by going to start, run, cmd:

    adb install appliction.apk (launch this command from the directory that ADB.exe is installed in which was explained above) *replace application to the above application.apk to the actual name of the program you are trying to install*

    (You need to have your apk file in the same directory as the adb executable for this to work properly)

    If for some reason you can't figure it out, install the drivers then try this installation guide: ADB For Dummies Guide
    I did all that and I get

    abd install qoandroid_3_3_51_AM.apk
    abd: permission denied

    :/
    I have an ATT Backflip

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    You may need to try running it as an administrator.
    Avatar courtesy of Elliott C. 'Eeyore' Evans

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    If you've upgraded to 2.1, here's the new method: Allow Non-Market Apps

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