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You mean to say that you have downloaded those jar and jad files on your phone.
Well, to install them please locate those files with the help of the file manager and click on them one by one. The file will run and install only if your phone supports them. Even if your phone supports jar files does not mean that your phone will accept them. It is jar files written for your phone model that will be accepted. And the best method to find out now is to try and install them. If not installed then you can delete them from the phones memory.
To get files written for your phone model is to access the site with SW for phones and download only after specifying the phone make and model.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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