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Topic # 4409 14-Jul-2005 17:35
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I recently purchused this phone from malayisa and was easily able to download java games but here it says not supported? When trying to download off vodafone live

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Reply # 16576 14-Jul-2005 18:52
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whats the issue its not a vodafone live supported handset



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  Reply # 16588 14-Jul-2005 19:40
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thats stupid! what about all those people with nokia 6230 and 6600 and all the other good non-vodafone live phones. How do they get java games?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 16590 14-Jul-2005 19:48
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Geekzone Software Store? Granted, the selection of mobile phones covers most of the European and American but not our local models, but if you find another J2ME model just look at the "Compatible device" list and you will see more models.

Another thing is that this is downloaded to your PC and then you have to be able to transfer to your phone - via cable, or via a WAP page for example. But people here in the forums know how to do this...

I suggest looking at the list for the Siemens M55.










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  Reply # 16592 14-Jul-2005 20:06
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there are some games that are on voadfone live and I want to download them what should I do? what does everyone else do?

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Reply # 16596 14-Jul-2005 20:37
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  Reply # 16615 15-Jul-2005 03:30
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It'll never work on vodafone live. Vodafone lives reads the minibrowser's headers an identifying strings and spits out appropriate content for the phone. like not letting a nokia download AMR "realtones" as it can't play them.

Samsung are a bit of an odd-ball too.


as a last ditch
You could try going into

www.google.com/xhtml
on ya phone and iff you see coloured google it should work.
type
exactly as typed below:

"index of" "GAMENAME.jar"


Eg:
"index of" "airgunner.jar"

select the .jad file which should show if it's there. this probably won't work but you can try.

visit midlet.org/wap/
to get some freewares.


good luck!

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