Hi ive recently been looking on line for an samsung x830 found a few cheap offers but they say minor faults! eg new lcd needed? i know wat this is but can you tell me if its worth buying and whether i can fix this and where i can fix it and how much it would cost thanks
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u need to get the imei unlock for your phone. its illegal to do this so you wont be able to do it at any shops. there is sowtware available but its expensive. try and find someone who can do it. i have a friend who has this software and it costs me 30 pounds each time, but he can only do samsung phones
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: