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  1. #1
    Gerazzo
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    I've just bought this phone!

    and i have also find 4 beta games on the net (Sonic - Tombraider -
    Pandemonium and Puzzle Bobble)
    but when i try to use them it always says "damaged memory card" after some
    seconds!

    i know that the card is good working... how i can do?

    Thanks





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  2. #2
    Mark.
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    Re: N-gage and beta games

    > I've just bought this phone!
    >
    > and i have also find 4 beta games on the net (Sonic - Tombraider -
    > Pandemonium and Puzzle Bobble)
    > but when i try to use them it always says "damaged memory card" after some
    > seconds!
    >
    > i know that the card is good working... how i can do?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >


    could this be the fabled copy protection Nokia have gloated about?
    -mark





  3. #3
    A
    Guest

    Re: N-gage and beta games


    "Mark." <m.nikia#optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
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    > > I've just bought this phone!
    > >
    > > and i have also find 4 beta games on the net (Sonic - Tombraider -
    > > Pandemonium and Puzzle Bobble)
    > > but when i try to use them it always says "damaged memory card" after

    some
    > > seconds!
    > >
    > > i know that the card is good working... how i can do?
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > >
    > >

    >
    > could this be the fabled copy protection Nokia have gloated about?
    > -mark


    It is indeed, and there not beta, there are ways and means of getting full
    versions off the net, im not going to say here where i got them, but lets
    say they need to be cracked, and you need a special installer symbian app
    install on the n-gage 1st, and about double the MMC room to copy the install
    file to then install.

    so far i have

    Tony Hawks
    SonicN
    Monkey Ball
    Tomb Radier
    Pandamonium
    Puyo po (or whatever its called)
    puzzle bobble

    cracked FULL games working, just waiting for the Red Faction release now

    the nokia copy protection looks like its a simply copy of the old amiga copy
    protection tricks, the crackers have got round it, this alone will probably
    leave the N-gage stillborne, i don`t see many software houses getting behind
    a system that has the games on the net, in small, narrowband friendly
    packages days after they are released. not good business sense.






  4. #4
    Martin Crosbie
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    Re: N-gage and beta games


    "A" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    as much as I'd love to see the N-gage fail. Thief's can burn in hell

    you buy a phone. you buy a game. they work.

    you steal a phone, you steal a game, and then have to fudge around to get it
    to work. so why?

    the copy protection is there for a reason. It says, 'go and buy a legal
    one'. not 'copy me'.

    Most real people come with built in copy protection - it doesn't affect me.
    I've never even noticed it, for the simple reason that I'd never try.

    Martin Crosbie

    Martin Crosbie





  5. #5
    Dimmer
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    Re: N-gage and beta games

    What you are saing is right. But I remind you that the reason that
    PlayStation 1 sold so many machines was because it could play copied games,
    I realy think that corporations like sony and nokia want, at least at the
    start, their games to be given copied.

    "Martin Crosbie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "A" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    > as much as I'd love to see the N-gage fail. Thief's can burn in hell
    >
    > you buy a phone. you buy a game. they work.
    >
    > you steal a phone, you steal a game, and then have to fudge around to get

    it
    > to work. so why?
    >
    > the copy protection is there for a reason. It says, 'go and buy a legal
    > one'. not 'copy me'.
    >
    > Most real people come with built in copy protection - it doesn't affect

    me.
    > I've never even noticed it, for the simple reason that I'd never try.
    >
    > Martin Crosbie
    >
    > Martin Crosbie
    >
    >






  6. #6
    Martin Crosbie
    Guest

    Re: N-gage and beta games


    "Dimmer" <[email protected]l.com> wrote in message
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    > What you are saing is right. But I remind you that the reason that
    > PlayStation 1 sold so many machines was because it could play copied

    games,
    > I realy think that corporations like sony and nokia want, at least at the
    > start, their games to be given copied.


    Nonsense. The playstation could only play copied games if it was chipped,
    which was also highly illegal. They might feel flattered if people wanted
    their games enough to copy them, but they certainly don't want this. it's
    piracy, it's theft, it's wrong.

    Martin Crosbie





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