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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6030 18-Dec-2005 14:49
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I want to get a Java program from my computer to Phone, using the internet, NOT USING A CABLE!

Does any body know what Script i need to use, to make the file download onto my phone, instead of using:

< A href = " WEBSITE/PROGRAM " > DOWNLOAD < / A >

I use the browser already on my cellfone to reach the website for download, But when i download the file it just comes as a a whole bunch of bla bla bla.

What do I use, to make the file download to my phone, Like when you buy a Wallpaper or game from telecom?

Please do not reply if your just going to say, Buy the cable, It is possible!


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 24961 19-Dec-2005 08:36
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try using an uploader, should work.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 24972 19-Dec-2005 09:59
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you are the man, I love you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are just the greatest, thanks!!!!!!! it works great, I used the Jump

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