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I have a samsung GT-S5233A mobile, i can't install java apps on it. when i upload them via usb and then click on them it says ''unsupported file type''. Plz help

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Im very sorry Dude

  • It is NOT officially possible to install java MIDlets on samsung handsets (excluding smartphones) via bluetooth, IrDa, USB cable or serial cable. MIDlets can only be downloaded by Over-The-Air (OTA) via a download server
  • There is currently no method for installing MIDlets on other platforms other than by OTA/GPRS via a download server.
BUT THERE ARE SOME UNOFFICIAL METHOD PLEASE TRY THIS BUT RISK IS WITH U.

Install JAVA games on your Samsung via a USB cable, BT or even an IR port
The method here is rather straightforward. It has been tested on my two D500 phones without a single problem biggrin.gif

1. Download and install Softick PPP from here. The software is designed for Palm users, so if you receive any error messages such as unable to locate USBPORT.dll, just ignore them.

2. Active your IR connection or hook your USB cable into the phone.
For IR users, you need to active the IR connection on both of your laptop and D500, and approach the laptop with your D500 to let it find the phone prior to any transferring.
For USB connection, the one I tested is from fonefunshop

3. Start Softick PPP, and check if it has your connection in its 'Settings->Bluetooth/Serial'. Active it if done.

4. Run 'Uploader.exe' program and add a jad file.

5. Enable Serial Java download - #*536963#.

6. Enter Serial Java menu #*5737425#, and choose USB from "1 PPP UP'. Please bear in mind, just do it once for each switch on/off!
Select second option - "2.Serial Download"

7. Let upload and softick PPP access the net if you installed a firewall.





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If you are using a USB cable, please take the following steps:

1. deactive Softick PPP, and exit it.
2. connect the cable,
3. run Samsung's PIM & File Manager to make sure that you get connected. If not, please switch off and on your mobile and try it again.
4. run Softick PPP
5. go to it's 'Settings->Bluetooth/Serial' to check if it has a connection such as COM7 Devicess_mdm0. If so, select it, otherwise exit the Softick PPP and go back to the first step. (you may find the proper COM setting from the windows device manager->modems->Samsung Mobile USB modem)
6. active Softick PPP.
7. run Uploader.exe
8. ......

For IR users,

1. deactive Softick PPP, and exit it.
2. active your IR connection。
3. approach your phone to the laptop, and make sure there displays an icon in your tray area and it gives a message 'there is a device around....'
4. run Samsung's PIM & File Manager to make sure that you get connected via IR. If not, please switch off and on your mobile and try it again.
5. run Softick PPP.
6. enable IRDA interface support in 'Settings->Options'
7. go to it's 'Settings->Bluetooth/Serial' to check if it includes a connection such as 'COM4 Device

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they must be having .jar extension

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