Just put the games (which have to be java files) in the "other" folder of your phone/memory card (via card reader or directy pluggin the phone into the usb). Then if you browse to the "other" file (menu>organizer & tools>my files>other) Click the java and it will install. Once installed you can theoretically delete the file. Now you will find it in the game category.
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update ur phone tru the SE website, then reload the software on ur comp..try connecting with the usb, follow wizard, and once u r connected, while disconnecting eject properly as the manual tells u to..All the best
What OS are you running? Does your system use USB 1.1 or USB 2.0? Try powering off your w910, wait a few seconds to make sure it completely cycles off, then connect your phone to your PC. It should turn on in USB (ie. 'Mass Storage') mode. If Windows attempts to Autoplay the device, Cancel the dialog. If Windows attempts to install any drivers for the device (or Vista prompts you to scan the device), Cancel the dialog(s). If you go into 'My Computer', is your phone recognized here (as a USB Mass Storage Device)? If not, the app is not going to recognize it either. Try disconnecting any other USB devices or memory card readers.