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    Alan Hoyle
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    Is it possible to get an Alltel 6255i to run Java apps? I've
    downloaded the PC Suite and tried installing a couple, but I don't see
    any way to find them in the interface.

    -alan

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    Aaron
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    Re: Alltel 6255i and Java?

    Alan Hoyle <[email protected]> wrote:
    >Is it possible to get an Alltel 6255i to run Java apps? I've
    >downloaded the PC Suite and tried installing a couple, but I don't see
    >any way to find them in the interface.
    >
    >-alan


    Yes! You can play your games, the sneaky bastards at alltell removed the link
    to the applications folder in hopes of thwarting people from installing
    anything other than the 'pay 100$ per minute apps' that alltell specializes in.
    (Anyone else notice that the way the network providers cripple thier phones and
    make you pay extra for features already on YOUR phone? Thats terrorism isn't
    it?) You can get to your newly installed apps by using the GOTO shortcut in the
    upper left of the screen. It lists all folders, even folders alltell tries to
    hide from you. Someone had mentioned that using the goto shortcut, you can copy
    it back into the main area and have your link back like it was normally. I
    haven't crossed this bridge yet, so I can't help you with it.




  3. #3
    Paul_in_NC
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    Re: Alltel 6255i and Java?

    Where is this GOTO shortcut again?
    Sir, please a bit more detail on this shortcut method!

    Paul

    "Aaron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    newsart1of1.1.%23Bql%[email protected]
    > Alan Hoyle <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>Is it possible to get an Alltel 6255i to run Java apps? I've
    >>downloaded the PC Suite and tried installing a couple, but I don't see
    >>any way to find them in the interface.
    >>
    >>-alan

    >
    > Yes! You can play your games, the sneaky bastards at alltell removed the
    > link
    > to the applications folder in hopes of thwarting people from installing
    > anything other than the 'pay 100$ per minute apps' that alltell
    > specializes in.
    > (Anyone else notice that the way the network providers cripple thier
    > phones and
    > make you pay extra for features already on YOUR phone? Thats terrorism
    > isn't
    > it?) You can get to your newly installed apps by using the GOTO shortcut
    > in the
    > upper left of the screen. It lists all folders, even folders alltell tries
    > to
    > hide from you. Someone had mentioned that using the goto shortcut, you can
    > copy
    > it back into the main area and have your link back like it was normally. I
    > haven't crossed this bridge yet, so I can't help you with it.
    >





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