I BOUGHT AN N81 8GB ABOUT 2 WEEKZ BACK AND I DOWNLOADED AN APPLICATION BUT THE APPLICATION FILE WONT OPEN OR EVEN DELTE I EVEN TRIED RESETING THE PHONE THAT STILL DONT HELP, WHEN I TRY TO RELOAD THE APPLICATION IT SAYS UNABLE TO INSTALL
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Hopefully you have sync'd the BB before this happened.
1) uninstalled DM4.7 (this also fixed the annoying virtual serial port issue)
2) deleted/uninstall the BB4.2 and BB4.5 versions previously installed onto the computer
3) downloaded and installed DM4.5,
4) installed BB4.5
5) removed the vendor.xml file
6) with the phone disconnected, put in the battery for a split second until the solid red LED shows, then connect the mini-usb cable to the phone and at the same time take the battery back out (this seemed to be the only way to make the PC 'detect' the phone)
7) run Application Loader, which detected my BB4.5, and updated the phone's OS/software/apps
8) near the end ,when the app loader says something like "connecting to phone" or something like that, put the battery -back- into the phone
9) this seemed to initiate the installation of the phone's core modules, a 10 minute process or so
10) after that you get the rotating hourglass thing on the phone's screen, and after waiting about 20 minutes or so, VOILA!!
a jar file is a compress application file that your phone is showing as an invalid file. Try downloading it to you computer and putting it on from there. also check your phone and open the file on your phone if you see it in the memory. it may just be throwing an error and the file is there.
Install and launch MMCPWD application. It will display some special characters including your password.
Option 2: Locate mmcstore file. Install and launch System Explorer or FExplorer application. Go to c:\system\ and open (using unicode/hex editor) the mmcstore file. it will display your password. NOTE: you can also copy the mmcstore file to any folder of your phone memory, rename it to mmcstore.txt and open it without using any unicode/hex editor).
Option 3: 1. Open up fe explorer thingy. 2. Go to C:\system\ folder and locate a file called mmcStore. Scroll down till you find it. 3. Copy it to C:\nokia\others 4. Highlight it 5. Click options 6. FILE>RENAME 7. IT should turn blue: right click then write ".txt" (should look like "MMCSTORE.txt" 8. Try to open it, (that should be your password, if nothing happens then go to 9.) 9. Connect phone to pc 10. Open the file from C:\NOKIA\OTHERS\MMCSTORE 11. Copy the file to your desktop 12. Open with Windows notepad/ microsoft word 13. That should be your password
I am Treo novice and have no right to think I can answer anyone's question. But I think I can answer this particular question because I've just sat here on my computer for 2 hours trying to figure out this very question. I bought and downloaded an ebook and couldn't figure out why I couldn't open it once it was sync onto my treo. I didn't have the application installed needed to read the file.
If you're unable to open the file that you plainly see there on the menu it's probably that you need to install/download the application program that's required to open and read your file.
I've heard to try to search for "midlet manager" on google.. This should at least associate the file with the java manager that should be able to open it.
I haven't been able to get it to work on my 700wx, so, good luck to you!
Transfer the files in your cell phone jad and
jar. Then type the code *#9998*52824678255# . It will show the code as *#9998*------------Then go to the jad file and
open it. It will install the application. To remember more easily the code is *#9998*javainstall#.
In some cases, applications developed before Palm OS® 4.0 that are loaded to an expansion card may encounter errors when launched. However, these applications generally run properly when installed directly to your handheld's internal memory. Here's how to do that:
1. Access the Applications launcher.
2. Open the Menus.
3. From the App menu, select Copy.
4. In the Copy To: pulldown menu at the top of the screen, select your expansion card.
5. In the list of applications, locate the file you want to copy to your handheld's internal memory. Highlight the file.
6. At the bottom of the screen, select Copy. Then select Done.
7. Go back to the Applications launcher. At the top right of the screen, there's a pulldown menu with different application categories. Choose All (this is a category that's on your handheld, not on your expansion card).
8. Locate the application you copied, and launch it from this screen.
9. Contact the developer of the application for more information on application compatibility with expansion cards.