Saw this on Pandigital sub-forum. For those who know more than me, would this hack be possible for the 78?Cut'n paste:How to make Market work Credits to clockworx & enjoys1Original Thread: Ugly hack to working marketThe way I did it was too easy since i had a rooted moto droid already. Takes the fun out of it.If you can root, then spin up your Motorola A855 (MotoDroid) drivers, head to the ADB/Android SDK folder and run this line:Code:adb shell sqlite3 /data/data/com.google.android.googleapps/databases/gls.db "select * from meta";should just return your AndroidID (not Android_ID - this has alphanumeric chars)copy/paste it somewhere because you'll need it to activate market and talkFor not so fortunate:This post sum'd everything up for me: Ugly hack to working marketI'll edit it to water it down a bit1) Download the android SDK and install it.- Android SDK | Android Developers- Run the setup. On available packages, expand the repo and look for Android SDK 1.6 API 4 Rev 3- This is what you need to install. It'll download and add it to your list of VDs2) Then create a virtual emu for Android 1.6 and then close the android emulator.- On the SDK setup- Virtual Devices- New- Name: "TEST", Target: "Android 1.6", SD Card Size: 0, Skin: Default (HVGA), Hardware: LCD Density "160", Device Ram Size "1024", Touchschreen Support- Create AVD3) Then install (copy) the "system.img" file from:system.img - 4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download4) Then on windows run box type :%userprofile%/.android/avdThis will open a file explorer in that folder. Then copy the system.img file downloaded in step 3 there.- drop the file in the directory under the name for your AVD, in this case, i named the avd "test". so i need to copy the system.img in the test.avd folder- so it'll be %userprofile%/.android/avd/[name you used for your avd].avd5) Now start the android emulator again and start the virtual dev for 1.6 (created in step 2).- Select the AVD, and click Start- A window with small Android and a cursor should show, next to it is your basic controls- Click and hold the "Power Button" for 5 secs. Should "boot up" the device. The bootanimation should start right after. it might take awhile since it's building cache, etc on the emulated device.- You should see a lock screen. Follow directions and press menu to unlock.- You will go through it like a brand new android phone. Skip through everything including signing into your google account. The problem i ran into was that i can't figure out why it's asking me to "slide the keyboard open". DO YOU NOT KNOW YOU CANT SLIDE MY EMULATED PHONE OPEN?!- Once in the main screen/home screen. Press menu and select settings. Proceed on6) Then create/sign with google account.- Select Data Synchronization- This will let you "Sign in" into your google account but no need to slide the keyboard this time.- go through the wizard and sign on!- It will sync your contacts.. leave that window open.7) Now on PC open the cmd prompt and go to SDK folder/tools- Make sure that the PD Novel is not connected.Now type following commands:> adb shell sqlite3 /data/data/com.google.android.googleapps/databases/accounts.db "select * from meta";This will give you a number :androidId||<number> ...this number is your ID8) Now close the android emulator completely (Keep the CMD prompt window open if possible) and then connect your PDN.9) Now run : adb devices (to check only PDN is connected)10) Now run:adb shell sqlite3 /data/data/com.google.android.googleapps/databases/gls.db "update meta set intvalue='number_from_previous_commands' where name='androidId'";11) then disconnect PDN and reboot.REBOOT. I SAID REBOOT!!!ok, since you didnt want to reboot. check if google talk works. if it does, congratulations, its time to reboot so you can use your market.