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Topic # 9114 21-Aug-2006 12:22
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Hey, guys

I am wondering how you put your program or other app into your nokia mobile phone and actually run them.

I found that I could not locate those programs into the "Application" folder in my Nokia6230i. Some guy said I need to download the program from the internet and can be able to run it but if I just use USB cable or bluetooth, how can I locate the file to the execution folder and be able to run it and test it?

I thought the thing would be quite easy before I bought the USB cable for my cellphone but it would not work since by using the USB cable i can only see the Music, Media, Image folder in where I can not run my program!

Another thing is, what app can I use to see all the folders and files in my mobile phone? some kind of system explorer like the one in Windows or blackbox in linux?

Thanks a lot for any reply, I really want it to be worked asap.

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  Reply # 44429 21-Aug-2006 12:50
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I found the Y-browser but it seems only works in S60 phones...

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Reply # 44434 21-Aug-2006 14:37
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You need to download PC Suite from the Nokia website. That has an application installer and file explorer included.



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  Reply # 44438 21-Aug-2006 15:33
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yes, i did, but i dont really like it and it does not support browsing the C: system files

this one may be good, but need to pay for it

MobiMB Mobile Media BrowserCry

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  Reply # 44441 21-Aug-2006 16:06
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Yes it does. C: on the phone is the gallery. The only other browsable folder is where applications are stored and you use the application installer for that.

There is no way to gain access to any other system files. Besides why would you need to, you would only break stuff that way.

MobiMB isnt all that good, Oxygen Phone Manager is much better but you have to pay for it.




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Reply # 44463 22-Aug-2006 02:31
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yes, you are right, it makes sense. I have tried those, and Nokia PC suite works well
MMB is quite annoying to use.

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