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Unable to install a java script

I have several java games on my computer that I would like to install on my phone and can not get them to install. Is there a certain place I need to put the program to get them to install.
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  • ke4kno Nov 18, 2008

    using active sync will not let you install java games that are in a .jar format. It will only let me install programs that I can install on my computer first and then it will transfer them to the phone.

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Nstall active sync in your computer and connect the phone and the computer , and in the active sync there will be an option called add or remove programs , from there u ll be able to add games

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