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# 15426 22-Aug-2007 12:33
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Ok just bought myself a pda. tried the imate jamin but found that not to my liking and went back to my old samsung z540 phone as it suits my need to personalize my phone.
Instead i went out and purchased the above mentioned pda.
It is great not to complicated for me. i can put all my family appointments and visits, Has everything i need on it in the way of wifi access to the web when i am out and about  and in need of a GZ fix
what i can not find is how to download some more games onto it. I love golf solitaire and would like this game or something similar
can anyone tell me where i can find some good games for the pda. and instructions on how to download them onto my pda.
 i went to:
 http://www.freewareppc.com/games/games.shtml
but don't know how to download this .

any help would be appreciated

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  # 83353 22-Aug-2007 15:46
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Normally when a Windows Mobile program is provided with a setup.exe file you will need to use a PC and ActiveSync software to connect to your device and install.  If a .cab file is available then you can probably just download straight to the mobile device.

check this link for help: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/help/pocketpc/installremovesoftware.mspx






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# 83480 23-Aug-2007 13:16
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thank you i was able to transfer the games via the sync

now i am up and running, just setting up my emails on it so i can both send and receive them via wifi.. hoping i can put in several accounts

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