I have a Blackberry Playbook. I loved the Blackberry OS at first, but now I feel constrained by the lack of applications and functions. I assume that, by installing Ubuntu on my tablet, will give me the freedom of a full-featured OS.
Then, how can I install it on my Playbook?
The playbook is not going to be supported as mentioned here at Ubuntu Wiki (under the heading "OMAP 4").
I will sync my files on my BlackBerry Playbook with my 12.04 desktop. Playbook will connect and show connection screen but Ubuntu can't mount this.
If I connect my BB Smartphone, I can connect and sync files or move videos, music and others. But I need this function on my tablet for documents, ebooks and other stuff.
Can someone tell a simply way (or create a PPA for this)?
By the way: sync files via bluetooth will not work. I can connect via BT but not searching or sending files.
I hope it's not too late...
The easiest way to do it is via Wifi, as perfectly explained in this video:
You can also do it via USB, as explained here:
Hope that helps.