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  1. #1
    iTuiTu
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    hi, three questions about applets on nokia 6230:

    1. when I install applets via pcsuite - all landed inside COLLECTION
    folder and there is no way to install/copy applets to GAMES or other
    folder - or I'm just wrong?

    2. is there any possibility to install or store applets on MMC card and
    install them from this card (if only store) when need them?

    3. phone shows me that has more than 1mb of free memory but also inform
    me than can't install more applets because is out of memory - maybe he
    block memory for photos or other functions - that's true?

    thanx!!!

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  2. #2
    Mike Bradley
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    Re: N6230 - java applets installation and MMC card

    "iTuiTu" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > hi, three questions about applets on nokia 6230:
    >
    > 1. when I install applets via pcsuite - all landed inside COLLECTION
    > folder and there is no way to install/copy applets to GAMES or other
    > folder - or I'm just wrong?


    You are correct, PC Suite places this and other restrictions on what you can
    transfer. You can access everything using MobiMB (see my site below :-) )

    > 2. is there any possibility to install or store applets on MMC card and
    > install them from this card (if only store) when need them?


    I don't think there is an option to do this in the phone - ideally Nokia
    would just let you run apps from anywhere and not require you to put them in
    a particular place, but hey.

    > 3. phone shows me that has more than 1mb of free memory but also inform
    > me than can't install more applets because is out of memory - maybe he
    > block memory for photos or other functions - that's true?


    There are two memories in the 6230 - the Java memory is separate, an
    arrangement that is designed to be as confusing as possible. MobiMB should
    show you the actual memory available in the Java section.

    Mike

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