Question about Cell Phones
I've downloaded some free games online. They are said to be compatible with my exact phone. They have .jar and .jad files, and from what I'm familiar with, I need to run the .jad file in order to install. I even moved it to the "other files" folder on the phone. I figured out how to get to some kind of engineering menu but I'm afraid to use it without knowing what I'm doing.
But nothing is working, it still says "Unsupported File Type".
Help! How do I get this thing to unlock the java?
I would sugest updating the phone software to the latest available, via Samsung PC Studio.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Samsung have locked down the e900. You cannot use many functions
such as vib and ring and cannot install games freely. The jar and the
jad file are needed for an install. The jar contains the game data and
the jad lets the phone know how to install the game. When you select
jad on your phone it will come up with the install error of unsupported
fiel format - they dont want to make it easy for you to install games.
Instead return to the main screen (where you would type in a phone number). type the following.
*#9998*5282# it will then give you a menu with three options you need to choose the third option (install midlet). Once done it will ask you for a password. You need to type 235282. The browse to the file you would like to install and click on its jad file. It will then install your game to the java world folder where your others ones are. :)
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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