Over the past few days, some users have encountered an error message with bug ID 13000 Playbook. This problem occurs for many reasons. We will review them below.
I can no longer buy apps from Appworld… I’m just starting to adjust. Does anyone have the same problem? I tried to change my Mastercard credit card information to Selected, but I’m getting error 12000. This issue needs to be resolved. I mean how can developers finally make money from their work when BB Appworld screwed up. I would love to buy apps for this compilation, but the app world won’t let me… Very frustrating
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Thank you. I wanted to invest in the Bard’s Tale and A Day Life apps. Tried a few times where I even tried to re-enter my credit card details, everything was exactly the same. A few days ago I was able to buy themed time and emoticons. I can use this credit card to purchase apps compatible with my Nexus 7 without any problems. It’s sad that while RIM tried to get developers to get to the heart of the new BlackBerry operating system, they continued to ignore the problems plaguing BlackBerry’s Appworld payment system; This results in no income for our hardworking developers. Bringing great apps into the app world is one thing, getting developers to monetize enterprise apps is quite another. I have to check out Bard’s sideloading story and also sometime in my life if this happensComing soon, it will not be decided. I believe that xlabz, inxile and many others deserve every penny paid to be them… but I’m not sure Rome…
I have a BlackBerry PlayBook and recently this
The BlackBerry Appworld credit card has expired (Oct 12) and I got a great offer.
I tried to update datu closure via Appworld, but it provides
Permission Error ID: 12000 (See File Emotion). The last app I was able to buy through Appworld
Playbook was Bulletime (October 29, 2012). Use
Similarly, I can use my credit card to buy viral ads and books for my Nexus 5 via
Google play and amazon no problem. I can even access apps/games
my BlackBerry smartphone BlackBerry (via Appworld for Smartphones – I
believes that RIM has another service provider for its smartphones
even). Anyway, I used Debrick’s method and used a BBID and a credit card, but still. So, I tried to create a new BBID, did a security cleanup, and then tried the new BBID to set up a specific payment method (using the same bank card). To my surprise, he passed. The RIM PlayBook app/payment system is no doubt just as confusing. I’ll try to complete Debrick’s method again and use my old BBID accordingly.