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Topic # 8665 19-Jul-2006 14:52
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Hey People
First can I say this site is great and you guys helped me in buying a mobile phone

K I have bought a Motorola V3i from Parallel Imported. 
The phone is great for what i need and I have set everything up and all is good.
The only thing is when I go to Vodafone live and then the games page it says There are no games that are compatible with my mobile??
Thing is I have two Java games on there already? does anyone know why this is and is there anywhere I can download games for my phone
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  Reply # 41987 19-Jul-2006 14:56
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You phone is imported, and doesnt have the Vodafone Live! firmware, so is not recognised as being able to use many of the services.

You can download java games from teh intarweb and transfer to your handset though.




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  Reply # 41988 19-Jul-2006 15:04
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Wicked Thanks man
Know any good sites????

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  Reply # 41991 19-Jul-2006 15:19
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Try Zedge.net

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