Hi, I used to have a few java apps on my phone. eg. Google earth, Opera mini, Mxit. Then I recently tried downloading a java app. for Gmail but when it was almost complete it stopped and gave me an "Install error" message. I then tried to access Opera mini (java app.) to retry download but it refused to access the app. Then I turned the phone off and on again. After I tried to access java world it just gave me a "no game to run" message. Then I tried downloading any of my old java apps through WAP. It starts the download but as soon as it gets close to the end of the downloading process the "Install error" message pops up again. Please help me to get my java world back on track. Thanks, Tertius
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hi friendjust go to the link below on your computer and download the opera for your samsug u 800.http://www.opera.com/mobile/download/samsung/sgh-u800_soul_b/after that copy it in your memory card and insert the memory card in your phone.then turn on the phone and go to the location where u have saved that opera mini.click on the file it will be automatically installed.NOTE you can download both jad and jar file from the link in any language you want and try to install.Samsung SGH-U800 Soul bDevice support
Based on testing performed by Opera Software, this device supports Opera Mini 4.2.
Download Opera Mini 4.2
Transfer this file to your device, and install it:
hey dude i just had d same problem and got it solved 1st thing to do is delete 4.2 and download 5.1 fron net just google it 2nd thing before runing application bring down highliht to opera mini dn select more den connection dere u will hav a no. of profiles chose 1 of dm at a time and save now start d opera mini u will eithr connct or it will show some error if it show error dn exit it and try with anodr profile nd repeat again 1 of dm will work atleast did workd out for me i had vodafone nd vodafone live workd out for me all d best....!!
Java game error is an application error and not a hardware error. So replacing the SIM card will never fix this problem. There's a possibility that the Java version that you have in your phone is not supported by the MXIT.
Verify the supported Java versions of MXIT. Then check the version of Java you have in your phone.
Try to upgrade the Java in your phone, then try to download the MXIT again. If same problem occur, try to download another application, and if it DOES work, then there's no problem with the phone. There could be a problem with the application (mxit) that you are trying to download.
Contacting the manufacturer for additional info is a good thing to do as well.
use google on your mobile, search for opera mini, select an opera download link from google results, allow opera to detect automatically the model of your phone. if it detects right model, then its compatible and you will not have any problems. go ahead and download and allow the installation to proceed, follow instructions and thats it.
i also have same problem...!!! i've SGH D880 mobile. i need to install application. i tried copying jar and jad files to phone to install but i couldn't install. the install option is not lightened and it says "file type not supported"
Hiya, this might help. Sometimes it can be a software problem. I downloaded loads of java stuff and my phone 'crashed' and the software needed updating which did the trick but lost me some of my java stuff. I found that my orange phone would not allow me to download orange java stuff and that I had to try an online company like mobilefun so it may be your tariff/provider or source of download that is the problem. Check what compatability you are downloading as not all games that were, will now be compatible as they often change to suit updated 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: