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  1. #1
    Tyler Redboye
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    I'm trying to upload a 3.5 mb file using Bluetooth to my N-Gage but as soon
    as the upload reaches 1mb it says 'Out of memory'. Is there a way of
    uploading direct to the memory card using Bluetooth or if I use the drag and
    drop method to the memory card how would I get the file/ game to work?

    Thanks,

    --
    Tyler





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  2. #2
    Anton Spaans
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    Re: Nokia N-Gage Bluetooth Connection

    I transfered large files on the MMC by using Nokia PC Suite. It will copy
    the PC's file directlly into the location of the target
    directory/memory-card instead of using some intermediary mechanism
    (bluetooth transfers on my Nokia3650 are treated as messages).

    -- Anton.

    "Tyler Redboye" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm trying to upload a 3.5 mb file using Bluetooth to my N-Gage but as

    soon
    > as the upload reaches 1mb it says 'Out of memory'. Is there a way of
    > uploading direct to the memory card using Bluetooth or if I use the drag

    and
    > drop method to the memory card how would I get the file/ game to work?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > --
    > Tyler
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Tyler Redboye
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    Re: Nokia N-Gage Bluetooth Connection

    Yep, though when I drag it into the MMC I can seem to find/ play/ that game.
    I have no problems with the mp3s as the RealPlayer picks it up
    automatically.
    Okay, so imagine if I drag a game onto my MMC - where do I drag it to
    (anywhere?) and how would I start playing it?

    --
    Tyler - " Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I'm
    very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is about The
    Gunners." (Bill Shankly)

    "Anton Spaans" <aspaans at(noSPAM) smarttime dot(noSPAM) com> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > I transfered large files on the MMC by using Nokia PC Suite. It will copy
    > the PC's file directlly into the location of the target
    > directory/memory-card instead of using some intermediary mechanism
    > (bluetooth transfers on my Nokia3650 are treated as messages).
    >
    > -- Anton.
    >
    > "Tyler Redboye" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I'm trying to upload a 3.5 mb file using Bluetooth to my N-Gage but as

    > soon
    > > as the upload reaches 1mb it says 'Out of memory'. Is there a way of
    > > uploading direct to the memory card using Bluetooth or if I use the drag

    > and
    > > drop method to the memory card how would I get the file/ game to work?
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > >
    > > --
    > > Tyler
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  4. #4
    Anton Spaans
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    Re: Nokia N-Gage Bluetooth Connection

    If it is a game, it depends (this is all based on a Nokia3650):

    It the file ends in *.SIS, then you need to install the game. Nokia PC Suite
    does this automatically. Make bluetooth work first. Then double-click your
    *.SIS file (your game) and Nokia PC Suite will automatically install the
    application/game for you on your phone. You can not just copy it onto MMC
    and have it work right away.

    If the file ends in *.JAR, then you need to install this file too. On my
    Nokia3650 I only got that to work by sending the *.JAR to my phone. A
    message in my Inbox appears, and opening it will install the game. Since
    *.JAR file have size-limitations, they can never be really big (waaaaaayyyy
    less than 1Mbyte.).

    If you have a crack from Blizzard, *.BLZ file, install the Blizzard
    installer first. Then copy the *.BLZ file to the root directory of your MMC
    card (E:\ directory) and run the Blizzard installer. It will see the *.BLZ
    file and install the game.

    Otherwise: Get a MultiMediaCard reader for your computer and use that to
    transfer files (not that *.JAR and *.SIS files still need to be properly
    installed, not just copied).

    -- Anton.

    "Tyler Redboye" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Yep, though when I drag it into the MMC I can seem to find/ play/ that

    game.
    > I have no problems with the mp3s as the RealPlayer picks it up
    > automatically.
    > Okay, so imagine if I drag a game onto my MMC - where do I drag it to
    > (anywhere?) and how would I start playing it?
    >
    > --
    > Tyler - " Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I'm
    > very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is about The
    > Gunners." (Bill Shankly)
    >
    > "Anton Spaans" <aspaans at(noSPAM) smarttime dot(noSPAM) com> wrote in
    > message news:[email protected]
    > > I transfered large files on the MMC by using Nokia PC Suite. It will

    copy
    > > the PC's file directlly into the location of the target
    > > directory/memory-card instead of using some intermediary mechanism
    > > (bluetooth transfers on my Nokia3650 are treated as messages).
    > >
    > > -- Anton.
    > >
    > > "Tyler Redboye" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > > I'm trying to upload a 3.5 mb file using Bluetooth to my N-Gage but as

    > > soon
    > > > as the upload reaches 1mb it says 'Out of memory'. Is there a way of
    > > > uploading direct to the memory card using Bluetooth or if I use the

    drag
    > > and
    > > > drop method to the memory card how would I get the file/ game to work?
    > > >
    > > > Thanks,
    > > >
    > > > --
    > > > Tyler
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  5. #5
    Tyler Redboye
    Guest

    Re: Nokia N-Gage Bluetooth Connection

    Thank you Anton I appreciate the explanation very much. I know the N-Gage is
    build on the 3650 engine so this should work fine mostly.

    Thanks again!

    --
    Tyler
    "Anton Spaans" <aspaans at(noSPAM) smarttime dot(noSPAM) com> wrote in
    message news[email protected]
    > If it is a game, it depends (this is all based on a Nokia3650):
    >
    > It the file ends in *.SIS, then you need to install the game. Nokia PC

    Suite
    > does this automatically. Make bluetooth work first. Then double-click your
    > *.SIS file (your game) and Nokia PC Suite will automatically install the
    > application/game for you on your phone. You can not just copy it onto MMC
    > and have it work right away.
    >
    > If the file ends in *.JAR, then you need to install this file too. On my
    > Nokia3650 I only got that to work by sending the *.JAR to my phone. A
    > message in my Inbox appears, and opening it will install the game. Since
    > *.JAR file have size-limitations, they can never be really big

    (waaaaaayyyy
    > less than 1Mbyte.).
    >
    > If you have a crack from Blizzard, *.BLZ file, install the Blizzard
    > installer first. Then copy the *.BLZ file to the root directory of your

    MMC
    > card (E:\ directory) and run the Blizzard installer. It will see the *.BLZ
    > file and install the game.
    >
    > Otherwise: Get a MultiMediaCard reader for your computer and use that to
    > transfer files (not that *.JAR and *.SIS files still need to be properly
    > installed, not just copied).
    >
    > -- Anton.
    >
    > "Tyler Redboye" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Yep, though when I drag it into the MMC I can seem to find/ play/ that

    > game.
    > > I have no problems with the mp3s as the RealPlayer picks it up
    > > automatically.
    > > Okay, so imagine if I drag a game onto my MMC - where do I drag it to
    > > (anywhere?) and how would I start playing it?
    > >
    > > --
    > > Tyler - " Some people believe football is a matter of life and death.

    I'm
    > > very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is about The
    > > Gunners." (Bill Shankly)
    > >
    > > "Anton Spaans" <aspaans at(noSPAM) smarttime dot(noSPAM) com> wrote in
    > > message news:[email protected]
    > > > I transfered large files on the MMC by using Nokia PC Suite. It will

    > copy
    > > > the PC's file directlly into the location of the target
    > > > directory/memory-card instead of using some intermediary mechanism
    > > > (bluetooth transfers on my Nokia3650 are treated as messages).
    > > >
    > > > -- Anton.
    > > >
    > > > "Tyler Redboye" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > > news:[email protected]
    > > > > I'm trying to upload a 3.5 mb file using Bluetooth to my N-Gage but

    as
    > > > soon
    > > > > as the upload reaches 1mb it says 'Out of memory'. Is there a way of
    > > > > uploading direct to the memory card using Bluetooth or if I use the

    > drag
    > > > and
    > > > > drop method to the memory card how would I get the file/ game to

    work?
    > > > >
    > > > > Thanks,
    > > > >
    > > > > --
    > > > > Tyler
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  6. #6
    ripshaft
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    Re: Nokia N-Gage Bluetooth Connection

    I have tried using bluetooth, that does not work for me...Neither does the PCsuite5 that came with my n-gage. I was told by a friend to try Oxygen manager to transfer larger files.

    I have always used the drag and drop method to my MMC, to get things to work correctly, just make sure that you put the files in the right folders etc.


    Originally posted by Tyler Redboye
    I'm trying to upload a 3.5 mb file using Bluetooth to my N-Gage but as soon
    as the upload reaches 1mb it says 'Out of memory'. Is there a way of
    uploading direct to the memory card using Bluetooth or if I use the drag and
    drop method to the memory card how would I get the file/ game to work?

    Thanks,

    --
    Tyler
    "If you are afraid of death... then you are afraid of living"

    NEC e313, takes the best quality videos and picture I have seen on a phone yet.



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    ripshaft
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    Re: Re: Nokia N-Gage Bluetooth Connection

    After i have dragged and dropped files to my n-gage MMC i use a program, similar to 'Windows explorer', to install programs.

    See my thread to download the file.

    (Cell Phone Forums > Cell Phone Manufacturers > Nokia > N-gage updates etc.)


    Originally posted by ripshaft
    I have tried using bluetooth, that does not work for me...Neither does the PCsuite5 that came with my n-gage. I was told by a friend to try Oxygen manager to transfer larger files.

    I have always used the drag and drop method to my MMC, to get things to work correctly, just make sure that you put the files in the right folders etc.
    "If you are afraid of death... then you are afraid of living"

    NEC e313, takes the best quality videos and picture I have seen on a phone yet.



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