BlackBerry Maps is the native navigation tool from BlackBerry. Its one perfect navigator featuring all needs on streets but unfortunately doesn’t support India at the moment. Thanks to Android runtime on BlackBerry 10 platform,  Google Maps, the leading navigation system, can be sideloaded onto your BlackBerry 10 smartphones. The app works pretty well providing fully featured voice navigation, offline map support & more! 

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Your PC must have JRE installed. You must install the appropriate version of Java JRE:

Download JRE for Windows 32 Here
Download JRE for Windows 64 Here

DDPB Installer

Download Installer here and follow instruction below:

  1. On your BlackBerry Z10, go to Settings by swiping down from top on Home Screen
  2. Go into Security and Privacy > Development Mode
  3. Switch on ‘Use Development Mode’. If your phone doesn’t have a password lock, enter any password when prompted. E.g. your name (Not 123, abc etc)
  4. Now go back to Settings > About & choose Network category from the slide-down menu
  5.  Note IPv4 number E.g.
  6. Now run DDPB Installer on PC & enter the IPv4 number into ‘PlayBook IP Adress’ space along with device password you entered on Z10/Q10
  7. Click ‘Connect’ & your phone will be connected to DDPB Installer, If any error prompts, re-check the IP entered
  8. Now click on Add & choose the Google Maps bar file downloaded. Check the Google Maps tick mark in listing window & click Install
  9. A new window pops-up showing process & once its done you will have Google Maps on your Z10/Q10
  10. Now go back into Security and Privacy > Development Mode & turn off development mode. Remove password if you don’t want any from Security and Privacy > Device Password

Note: Forget about ‘Cancel’ button on pop-up window. Just hit it when appears

Download Google Maps BAR >>