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  1. #1
    Dave
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    I'm the proud owner of a K700i since this weekend.
    The only dissapointing thing was that there were no games
    installed by default.
    So I looked for some free java games for the K700i (*.jar files) and copied them via
    BT to my new toy but I can't seem to start them I only can send them.
    for a test I sended some of them to a T610 and they worked on the T610.
    How can I execute the games on my K700?





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  2. #2
    Phil Sweeney
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    Re: K700i & games

    Dave wrote:
    > BT to my new toy but I can't seem to start them I only can send them.
    > for a test I sended some of them to a T610 and they worked on the T610.
    > How can I execute the games on my K700?


    When I send games that are .jar files to my phone using FMA (via BT),
    the phone automatically puts them in Games and they work. What software
    are you using?

    Phil



  3. #3
    Dave
    Guest

    Re: K700i & games

    On Mon, 09 Aug 2004 21:29:33 +1000, Phil Sweeney <[email protected]_whirlpool.net.au> wrote:

    >Dave wrote:
    >> BT to my new toy but I can't seem to start them I only can send them.
    >> for a test I sended some of them to a T610 and they worked on the T610.
    >> How can I execute the games on my K700?

    >
    >When I send games that are .jar files to my phone using FMA (via BT),
    >the phone automatically puts them in Games and they work. What software
    >are you using?
    >
    >Phil


    I uses the software delivered with my usb-BT device which actually browses on my mobile phone.
    I just dit a copy paste of the Jar file into the Others directory (I dont see a Games directory))

    Dave



  4. #4
    Phil Sweeney
    Guest

    Re: K700i & games

    Dave wrote:
    > I uses the software delivered with my usb-BT device which actually browses on my mobile phone.
    > I just dit a copy paste of the Jar file into the Others directory (I dont see a Games directory))


    Can you use the file explorer on the phone to move it into the games folder?

    If not, download fma:

    http://fma.sourceforge.net/

    and try to use that to send the file.

    Phil



  5. #5
    fm
    Guest

    Re: K700i & games

    Dave wrote:
    >
    > I uses the software delivered with my usb-BT device which actually browses on my mobile phone.
    > I just dit a copy paste of the Jar file into the Others directory (I dont see a Games directory))
    >
    > Dave

    You ought to try right-clicking the .jar file and choose "Send to".
    Select Bluetooth, and then your phone. This way the phone recognizes
    the file as a game, and puts it in the right folder.



  6. #6
    Dave
    Guest

    Re: K700i & games

    I just succeeded by sending it via iR. It seems that java games & apps must be sended and not just copied.

    Thx a lot for the support


    On Mon, 09 Aug 2004 16:42:35 +0200, fm <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Dave wrote:
    >>
    >> I uses the software delivered with my usb-BT device which actually browses on my mobile phone.
    >> I just dit a copy paste of the Jar file into the Others directory (I dont see a Games directory))
    >>
    >> Dave

    >You ought to try right-clicking the .jar file and choose "Send to".
    >Select Bluetooth, and then your phone. This way the phone recognizes
    >the file as a game, and puts it in the right folder.





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