You can install using java uploader but it's a quite hard procedure.
better yet, try to upload using your wap. it'll cost you internet
browsing but it's worth it. there are a lot of wapsites that give free
by the way, .jad files fit samsung phones the best.
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SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email
WAP 2.0/HTML (NetFront 3.4), RSS reader
Stereo FM radio with RDS
3D games + downloadable
Champagne Black, Brilliant Hazel, Celerity Red
Yes, MIDP 2.0
- MP3/MP4 player
- Google Maps
- TrackID music recognition
- Picture editor/blogging
- Voice memo/dial
If you want to download a game than you need to find a wap site (Search
using google wap) and click on the link to the game which should be
gamename.jar or gamename.sis, then it should ask if you want to
download and install and where
If you are talking about the games that need to download the add
sponsors then you have no choice but allow them to download the ads
first and then you can continue the java application. There is no way
to remove those ads unless you are a programmer yourself. So download
the internet connection setting for your phone and make it default for
all the applications. They take a very little download for ads and the
rest of the time you can play and enjoy your java applications.
SGH-L700: Install Java games How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
In the phone Menu select 'Settings'
Then select 'Phone settings'
Then 'USB settings'
And choose 'Ask on connection'
Plug the Phone in to the PC with the USB cable
On the phone select 'Media player'
Open the folder 'Phone'
Phone memory... You should see the folders: images, Other files, Sounds, Videos
Create a new folder and name it Games
Put any game you want to install in that 'Games' folder
Two things need to made sure of when copying over the games. Firstly make sure you have the *.jar and *.jad files for each game, if you don't have the *.jad file, you can download a jad creator pretty easily, just type it in Google. Secondly each game has to be in it's own folder, if you just dump all the *.jar and *.jad files directly into the 'Games' folder only the first game installed will work (Poorly too).
Now Unplug the phone
Now on the phone dial the code:
Select 'Internals' (Number 4) It will ask for a master key it is:
Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)
Update Java DB (Number 2) Note: As soon as you do "update java DB", the game will install... no need to run the .jar and .jad files now.
Now your game is installed... To play the game navigate to My Files > Games and more... There you can find the installed game..
you can down the games by using your mobile web browser and the site is wap.getjar.com and if u like to install it from a pc via cable then u will need a software installed in your pc that is java application loader.Then only you can install a game in your mobile
Here are the specs for that phone, I don't think it is capable of holding pictures or music.
Here is a link to the latest software I hope it helps
BlackBerry 7510 Specifications And Features
• Weight: 5.85 oz/166g
• Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.9 x 1.0 inches / 11.4 x 7.5 x 2.6cm (LxWxD)