I have a new samsung j700 and i like to download any games they say only java games are compatible to my phone. but still no games are downloaded or even if i finished downloading the game i cannot play the game because everytime i click on that game my phone is restarting.
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It is NOT officially possible to install
java games on all Samsung handsets (ex smartphones) via USB or
Bluetooth. The only Method is using OTA/GPRS via a download server. Go
Click Browse, Select the .jar file, Click Upload (note the ID), Go to
the provided WAP URL on your phone's browser Enter the ID and select
Get an internet connection through any network.Open your browser in
phone.Open waptrick.com and enjoy free games.The games will goto your
java memory.The games can not be installed by copy pasting form pc.
you have to download a JAR and JAD fiels together the JAD file is the application launcher if you didn't get it with the jar you should download the JAD MAKER if it s OK contact me on my msn adress firstname.lastname@example.org you are always welcome
Hiya, this might help. Sometimes it can be a software problem. I downloaded loads of java stuff and my phone 'crashed' and the software needed updating which did the trick but lost me some of my java stuff. I found that my orange phone would not allow me to download orange java stuff and that I had to try an online company like mobilefun so it may be your tariff/provider or source of download that is the problem. Check what compatability you are downloading as not all games that were, will now be compatible as they often change to suit updated phones.