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  1. #1
    Mark Kim
    Guest
    I tried to use the Download Cards in order to download "things" onto the
    Nextel i730 Phone--It didn't work (apparently, those cards were for use
    with the i95cl and i90c only). Furthermore, when I tried to download
    via Cable, it kept on giving me error messages. Is there a reason why
    this is so?




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  2. #2
    Rob
    Guest

    Re: Download Cards and Serial Data Cable Dilemma

    http://philetzel.com/games.shtml
    You can download most of the games from this site, but none of the apps,
    ringers or wallpaper work. Use a program called Jallite. Download it here:
    http://www.coldcircle.com/software/JALLite.zip

    After installing/rebooting open the prog, connect your datacable, set the
    preferences to be either your serial or usb cable, then click connect.
    you'll see the programs you have installed and how much memory you have
    free. grab a game from the first URL, unzip it so you have a .jar and .jad
    file. Go to the program, click download, click on the jad file let it
    download to your phone.

    this only works with games, most i95 games work with it, just the screen is
    a little off, buy hey, the games are free. the one's from moto are 6 to 10
    bux.

    good luck.

    --
    Rob B
    http://www.techhowto.org




    "Mark Kim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s04...
    > I tried to use the Download Cards in order to download "things" onto the
    > Nextel i730 Phone--It didn't work (apparently, those cards were for use
    > with the i95cl and i90c only). Furthermore, when I tried to download
    > via Cable, it kept on giving me error messages. Is there a reason why
    > this is so?
    >






  3. #3
    Rob
    Guest

    Re: Download Cards and Serial Data Cable Dilemma

    http://philetzel.com/games.shtml
    You can download most of the games from this site, but none of the apps,
    ringers or wallpaper work. Use a program called Jallite. Download it here:
    http://www.coldcircle.com/software/JALLite.zip

    After installing/rebooting open the prog, connect your datacable, set the
    preferences to be either your serial or usb cable, then click connect.
    you'll see the programs you have installed and how much memory you have
    free. grab a game from the first URL, unzip it so you have a .jar and .jad
    file. Go to the program, click download, click on the jad file let it
    download to your phone.

    this only works with games, most i95 games work with it, just the screen is
    a little off, buy hey, the games are free. the one's from moto are 6 to 10
    bux.

    good luck.

    --
    Rob B
    http://www.techhowto.org




    "Mark Kim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s04...
    > I tried to use the Download Cards in order to download "things" onto the
    > Nextel i730 Phone--It didn't work (apparently, those cards were for use
    > with the i95cl and i90c only). Furthermore, when I tried to download
    > via Cable, it kept on giving me error messages. Is there a reason why
    > this is so?
    >






  4. #4
    Mark Kim
    Guest

    Re: Download Cards and Serial Data Cable Dilemma

    Here's the catch--I have an i730, which means that none of the current
    GIF-based Java Apps will work with the i730.

    Rob wrote:
    > http://philetzel.com/games.shtml
    > You can download most of the games from this site, but none of the apps,
    > ringers or wallpaper work. Use a program called Jallite. Download it here:
    > http://www.coldcircle.com/software/JALLite.zip
    >
    > After installing/rebooting open the prog, connect your datacable, set the
    > preferences to be either your serial or usb cable, then click connect.
    > you'll see the programs you have installed and how much memory you have
    > free. grab a game from the first URL, unzip it so you have a .jar and .jad
    > file. Go to the program, click download, click on the jad file let it
    > download to your phone.
    >
    > this only works with games, most i95 games work with it, just the screen is
    > a little off, buy hey, the games are free. the one's from moto are 6 to 10
    > bux.
    >
    > good luck.
    >





  5. #5
    Mark Kim
    Guest

    Re: Download Cards and Serial Data Cable Dilemma

    Here's the catch--I have an i730, which means that none of the current
    GIF-based Java Apps will work with the i730.

    Rob wrote:
    > http://philetzel.com/games.shtml
    > You can download most of the games from this site, but none of the apps,
    > ringers or wallpaper work. Use a program called Jallite. Download it here:
    > http://www.coldcircle.com/software/JALLite.zip
    >
    > After installing/rebooting open the prog, connect your datacable, set the
    > preferences to be either your serial or usb cable, then click connect.
    > you'll see the programs you have installed and how much memory you have
    > free. grab a game from the first URL, unzip it so you have a .jar and .jad
    > file. Go to the program, click download, click on the jad file let it
    > download to your phone.
    >
    > this only works with games, most i95 games work with it, just the screen is
    > a little off, buy hey, the games are free. the one's from moto are 6 to 10
    > bux.
    >
    > good luck.
    >





  6. #6
    Rob
    Guest

    Re: Download Cards and Serial Data Cable Dilemma

    I have the i730.. sweet phone ..
    the only things that i've been able to my phone is games .. I'm waiting for
    the webjal prog to be coded so that we can start downloading backgrounds,
    java apps, ringtones ...

    --
    Rob B
    http://www.techhowto.org




    "Mark Kim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s51...
    > Here's the catch--I have an i730, which means that none of the current
    > GIF-based Java Apps will work with the i730.
    >
    > Rob wrote:
    > > http://philetzel.com/games.shtml
    > > You can download most of the games from this site, but none of the apps,
    > > ringers or wallpaper work. Use a program called Jallite. Download it

    here:
    > > http://www.coldcircle.com/software/JALLite.zip
    > >
    > > After installing/rebooting open the prog, connect your datacable, set

    the
    > > preferences to be either your serial or usb cable, then click connect.
    > > you'll see the programs you have installed and how much memory you have
    > > free. grab a game from the first URL, unzip it so you have a .jar and

    ..jad
    > > file. Go to the program, click download, click on the jad file let it
    > > download to your phone.
    > >
    > > this only works with games, most i95 games work with it, just the screen

    is
    > > a little off, buy hey, the games are free. the one's from moto are 6 to

    10
    > > bux.
    > >
    > > good luck.
    > >

    >






  7. #7
    Rob
    Guest

    Re: Download Cards and Serial Data Cable Dilemma

    I have the i730.. sweet phone ..
    the only things that i've been able to my phone is games .. I'm waiting for
    the webjal prog to be coded so that we can start downloading backgrounds,
    java apps, ringtones ...

    --
    Rob B
    http://www.techhowto.org




    "Mark Kim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s51...
    > Here's the catch--I have an i730, which means that none of the current
    > GIF-based Java Apps will work with the i730.
    >
    > Rob wrote:
    > > http://philetzel.com/games.shtml
    > > You can download most of the games from this site, but none of the apps,
    > > ringers or wallpaper work. Use a program called Jallite. Download it

    here:
    > > http://www.coldcircle.com/software/JALLite.zip
    > >
    > > After installing/rebooting open the prog, connect your datacable, set

    the
    > > preferences to be either your serial or usb cable, then click connect.
    > > you'll see the programs you have installed and how much memory you have
    > > free. grab a game from the first URL, unzip it so you have a .jar and

    ..jad
    > > file. Go to the program, click download, click on the jad file let it
    > > download to your phone.
    > >
    > > this only works with games, most i95 games work with it, just the screen

    is
    > > a little off, buy hey, the games are free. the one's from moto are 6 to

    10
    > > bux.
    > >
    > > good luck.
    > >

    >






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