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Cant use jar files on samsung l700

It is said to create a games folder on the phone and put the games there, but - i cant see the folder anywhere, and when i want to create it, it says that it already exists - i can only download things from wap there -.- i cant just twhorw them in from my computer... quite nasty

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I am using Samsung L700 last 2 Years. I am using only your hanset default theme, because not aviable any link in internet to download any type of theme SAMSUNG L700. Plzcheck. Regards Avadhesh...


It's not possible to change or install new themes in the Samsung L700...as you would see, there is no "themes" or "change skin" in the entire of the settings menu...

SAMSUNG locks the use of games installed by downloading it through the net on your PC and transferring to your L700...it says "FILE NOT SUPPORTED"...but it does support .jar files...we can break this...just do the following...

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'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select 'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder 'Phone'

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).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code: *#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is: *#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)
Update Java DB (Number 2)

Turn the phone off
Turn it back on

The games should now be installed with no problems unless there r other problems such as resolution,etc...

There is a website that offers wallpaper for the Samsung L700: http://www.mobileheart.com/cell-phone-wallpapers/1544-Samsung-L700-Wallpapers.aspx

Feb 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to install application, theme and games on


ok now listen
just join ur mob to pc via media player .
then go to multimedia folders thru pc connections and in phone memory create folder 'games'
now downlod game
u shud download both jar jad files of game
now in the games folder which u created create a flie for the game mov both th efiles of game to this folder.....................
now disconnect ur phone frm pc
now click *#6984125*#then 4then*#9072641*#
for 2times
switch off mobile
again click above keys
and enjoy

Dec 12, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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I have samsung sgh-l700 phone and i don't know how to install games, apps and other from pc in external mermory.


Here's the complete procedure to install a game (jar, jad) file via PC.

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 selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

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).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)

Turn off your phone for a minute then turn it on and you'll be able to play your Java Games and Applications.

Nov 06, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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I m not able to run jar files on my phone sgh l700


To install jar file follow the below procedure else download .swf game file with ur phone's screen resolution and play.

"Here's the complete procedure to install a game (jar, jad) file via PC.

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 selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

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).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)

Turn off your phone for a minute then turn it on and you'll be able to play your Java Games and Applications."

Oct 31, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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How to install games from pc to mobile?


Samsung SGH-L700: Java via cable... this should work
How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it would go on any other OS)

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 selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

You should see the folders: images, Other files, Sounds, Videos

Create a new folder and name it
'Games'
There is already a 'Games' folder. It is simply hidden. Creating a folder called 'Games' from 'windows explorer' in the Phone directory (as specified in the original post) and placing something within causes the phone to un-hide the folder. Once the 'Games' folder is unhidden, you no longer need windows to do the rest. The rest can be done from any operating system.
We now see the 'Games and more' folder twice from the 'My Files' menu. Once, as it always was seen with the game icon, and again with a generic text file icon.
If you wish, however, you can now do the transfer process. If you always have access to a windows machine anyway, you will do it like this anyway. Transfer a unique folder containing both jar and jad files to the 'Games' folder which you created.

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).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)



Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


Turn the phone off

Turn it back on

Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit repetitive but this has worked the best for me.

(Note: if you delete a game on your phone and then want to reinstall it later you will have to give that game a different folder name before you put it in the created Games folder. It won't allow that folder name again even though you've deleted it)
You will need to only do this once every time you add any number of games/applications to the phone (if your phone behaves like mine).


All these number-codes seem to work with my L700 and might offer some more possibilities fooling around with additional settings.

Sep 29, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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I have download Samsung L700 Supported game or software via net for file type like jar,jad,rar etc. This file copy & paste through samsung pc suite to my mobile phone but mibile says this file un...


How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it would go on any other OS)

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 selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

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).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)



Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


Turn the phone off

Turn it back on

Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit repetitive but this has worked the best for me.

(Note: if you delete a game on your phone and then want to reinstall it later you will have to give that game a different folder name before you put it in the created Games folder. It won't allow that folder name again even though you've deleted it)

May 23, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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Unable to install software in SGH-L700


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:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

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..

Apr 18, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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Want unlock code for java games of Samsung L700


How can you Install New games to Samsung SGH L700?
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How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it would go on any other OS)

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 selct 'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select 'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder 'Phone'

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).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code: *#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is: *#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)
Update Java DB (Number 2)

Turn the phone off
Turn it back on

The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit repetitive but this has worked the best for me.


MANISH

Jan 25, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

1 Answer

JAR file not supports by the phone


How to install Java games on the Samsung L700 without any software or drivers
(I've done this on a pc with Windows XP and don't know how well it
would go on any other OS)

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 selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

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).

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)



Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


Turn the phone off

Turn it back on

Now on the phone enter the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)


Update Java DB (Number 2)


The games should now be installed with no problems, I know it's bit
repetitive but this has worked the best for me.

(Note: if you delete a game on your phone and then want to reinstall
it later you will have to give that game a different folder name
before you put it in the created Games folder. It won't allow that
folder name again even though you've deleted it)

Jan 21, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

4 Answers

INSTALLED GAMES NOT SUPPORTED IN SAMSUNG SGH-L700 CELLULAR PHONE


dear friends,
i had the same probleme before but now i can play any game i want
it s a easy steps:
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 selct
'Media player'

On the PC wait until it detects the phone and select
'Open the device to view files'

Open the folder
'Phone'

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
put game by game (don't put more one game as oneinstallation)

Unplug the phone

Now on the phone dial the code:

*#6984125*#

Select 'Internals' (Number 4)
It will ask for a master key it is:

*#9072641*#

Select 'Storage settings' (Number 7)

Update Java DB (Number 2)



Jan 05, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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