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#36704 30-Jun-2009 13:50
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Has anyone else tried this? Email it to your self and give a review .. had it on my blackberry and seems OK ... I think it's data intensive like skyfire, but seems lighter and faster, so wifi only at this stage! Don't want you to go through all your allocation in one hit!

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  #229607 30-Jun-2009 16:13
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er, how can one install an app to a phone if there is only a .jad file. Where is the .jar file?

I'm running symbian.

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  #229633 30-Jun-2009 17:14
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1. Put the .JAR/.JAD on your desktop (PC), then open up your phone's software also on the desktop.
2. Drag the .jar and .jad file (from your desktop) to the icon labeled "phone memory?.
3. Go to the folder where you copied the files and open the .jar or .jad file. Application will start installing on your device.

What I found on google? I just clicked on the link and it installed for me?

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