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To get your MXit Pin Number SMS 'pin' to 34006 from the cell/mobile number
you initially registered when you register for the MXit service. Once you've
sent the sms with the message 'pin' to 34006 you will receive a response with
your MXit pin number.
There is no other way to get your MXit pin number at the moment. So, unless
you are using the phone number you originally registered for the mxit service
Java game error is an application error and not a hardware error. So replacing the SIM card will never fix this problem. There's a possibility that the Java version that you have in your phone is not supported by the MXIT.
Verify the supported Java versions of MXIT. Then check the version of Java you have in your phone.
Try to upgrade the Java in your phone, then try to download the MXIT again. If same problem occur, try to download another application, and if it DOES work, then there's no problem with the phone. There could be a problem with the application (mxit) that you are trying to download.
Contacting the manufacturer for additional info is a good thing to do as well.
Get your IMEI code, call your provider for it's location. Advise that
you will be traveling out of the country and you need your phone
unlocked. As long as you are a customer in good standing and your bill
is up to date, you will be given an unlock code specific only to your
phone NOT any other phone of the same type.
All you need to do is contact the service provider and ask them for the
unlock code. They will ask you for the IMEI code (usually under the
battery) and the serial number to verify that you have the phone. They
will usually email the information to you in a couple of days.
Even though the Samsung X830 does offer Java support, one can't download and install new Java applications on the phone - only the pre-installed Java applications will work on the phone. It is therefore (because MXit is a Java application) unfortunately not possible to make a version of MXit for the Samsung X830.
Samsung South Africa have updated their website and now no longer list Java support as one of the X830's features (previously incorrectly listed). This further confirms that the Samsung X830 doesn't offer Java support: