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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
u only need the jar file
u go to menu}extra}apps then u install it from here.
u can not install a java game that u have placed in your mmc via the usb cable...
but u can put it in the correct directory and folder using FExplorer
when u open FExplorer, go to E: then u will find the jar. file, go to options and select copy.
then go back out and into directory C:Nokia/Installs and go to options and select paste
now u can go to appz and u will there will come a message saying u have uninstalled apps on your phone
press gamepad right and select install and thats that
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
Great news guys...i manage to
install games from my computer...using the cable...got the following
instructions from a forum...bit tedious but its better than nothing
it goes something like this...
"First you need the “Qualcomm USB” drivers and “BitPim”. Prepare the USB cable, but dont put it in!
Driver: www.rexnet.it/firmware/utility/qualcomm_usb_driver.zip (changed from the original coz it didnt work for me)
a. Unpack the drivers to a folder (exp. Desktop), but don’t install it!
b. Install BitPim.
1. You must entering follow code into the phone: *#0523#
2.  common >>  USB Configuration >>  Qualcomm USB [*]
--> Qualcomm USB Configured.
Plz Reconnect the Cable.0
3. Now put the USB cable in the phone and Pc.
--> Windows found a new hardware.
Install the hardware manual and chose the Qualcommdriver folder.
Now go to the Hardware manger ->Modems->Qualcomm, you must know the port number.
4. Open “BitPim” and configure the software for your u700.
Phone type: Other CDMA phone
Com port: *look at step 5*(you can Browse, but chose the right one!)
And press “OK”
5. Start “BitPim”, go to the menu “View” and active “View Filesystem”.
6. Klick on “Filesystem” (left in BitPim).
Now can you see a blue folder, open the folder (press on “+”).
--> … retrieving
7. Now put the games (jar and jad files) in the follow folder “Games” (Media->Games).
8. Disconnect the USB cable from the phone.
9. Leave the Qualcomm menu and entering this code in your L760: *#6984125*#
Now are you in “Admin setting” menu.
a. Select the menu  Internals (Master Key: *#9072641*#)
b. Chose the menu  Storage settings
c. Update media database, Update Java DB and Create AX Dat File.
That it’s!! (You can leave “Admin setting”.)
Important: DON’T delete the games with the mobile phone, you must delete the games with “BitPim”.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
This problem has already been solved by Gerard44, July 2007, at
The solution posted there is for a Samsung SPH-m620, but it works also for a Samsing m520. Briefly, you download the demo version of CDMA workship to get the MSL code (also called the SPC code).
Then you download Qualcomm QPST to install your games or songs in the file brew/shared/jas/temp/install. For songs, you need to create a gcd file, which you can do yourself or download from http://www.sprintusers.com/downloads/gcdcreator/
For games, you get the .jar and .jad files from
If you have no data plan, then you can't install games with adds because it tries to connect to the internet to install the adds.
One final note, when you use QPST to peruse your phones files, most files won't open because the're locked. If you want to see the locked files you'll need another program - P2k commander.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
go to http://www.getjar.com/software/Samsung/SGH-L700/Games and u will get alot games, softwares etc... select your mode regards,
hope it will fix the issue so dont forget to rate it...
Posted on May 31, 2009
hey samsung mobiles have a typical problem with this java appliacationa installion. we need .jad file with .jar file both are to place din memory card.open the memory card and open the .jad file then it gives the option to instal.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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