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These instructions come straight from the developers:
Step 1: Install PlayBook OS 2.0 Beta on your PlayBook [Official Website]
Step 2: Root your BlackBerry PlayBook with DingleBerry [Instructions].
Step 3: Download Google Apps [CyanogenMod Wiki].
Step 4: Package an Android app as a .bar file, install and launch it to set things up. Consider installing a launcher app since it will be required later on to actually launch Market. Get one from here [PlayBook BARS]
Step 5: Using WinSCP for Windows, log into your BlackBerry PlayBook as root. Copy the system folder from Google Apps in Step 3 to the root of your PlayBook’s storage and merge it with the PlayBook’s own system folder.
Step 6: Using a terminal with root access, enter the following commands:
mv /system/app/SetupWizard.apk /system/app/SetupWizard.apk.bak
Step 7: You must now kill the Android Player with:
and then run ./android-player-cmd.sh kill-android-core.sh
The XXXX above is different for each device.
Step 8: Using a launcher from Step 4, launch Android Market and enter account details.
If you followed the steps correctly, Android Market will now be installed and working on your BlackBerry PlayBook.