Install Sony’s PlayStation Mobile Service on Your Rooted Android Device

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  • 04 Oct 2012
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  • As we previously announced, PlayStation Mobile has officially launched and is available for PS Vita and PlayStation Certified Android devices like the HTC One X and ASUS Transformer Pad tablets. The new service offers access to 20 great game titles like Flick Hockey, Loot the Land, incurvio, Samurai Beatdown and more. To our benefit XxXPachaXxX has devized a way to install the PlayStation mobile app on almost any rooted Android device. Mind you, the procedure is rather difficult and we won’t take any responsibility if something happens to your device.

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    The First Step would be to download the APK and install it on your device. Once you do you if you try to run the app will get an error message. Don’t worry, just proceed to the next step.

    The Second Step would be to download the .zip file containing certain certificates needed for the app to run.

    Third Step is to flash the downloaded .zip file using your custom recovery. You can also manually extract the files, copy playcertetcpermissionscom.playstation.playstationcertified.xml to /system/etc/permissions/ and playcertframeworkcom.playstation.playstationcertified.jar to /system/framework/ then set permissions for the second file to RW-R-R or 644.

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    Now the app should run just fine. Keep in mind that your device must be rooted and with busybox installed to accomplish the procedure.

     

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