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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 6689 16-Feb-2006 04:56
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hey, wonder if someone could help! probably really easy but im jst wondering how u install games via usb to k750i? i have downloaded them but dont no how to add them as games on my phone ne ideas?

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Reply # 28621 16-Feb-2006 11:41

send the jar files by bluetooth and accept them on the phone that is the easiest way,

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Reply # 28645 16-Feb-2006 17:02
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hi, just thought I'd post also if you still needing to install via USB as mentioned (if like me your on an old desktop with no bluetooth etc :o(

connect phone to supplied cable to your computer... if it's installed correctly, either automatically or via the supplied CD you should see under 'My Computer' a new device 'Removable Disk'... this is the phone/memory stick

go into the folders \MSSEMC\Media files\other and copy your game.jar file into this 'other' folder.

Disconnect the phone from the cable, on your phone go into 'My Items/Other' folder and you should see the game.jar file there... select it and it will ask if you want to install, say yes, and when prompted where to install it 'Applications/Games' select Games.

It will then give the option to run it straight away... or in future you'll find it in the Games folder.

hope that helps, sorry if that was a bit too step by step!

Jon

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 28646 16-Feb-2006 17:40

yeah i knew there was a folder to install into but didn't look, ir works too

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