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It means the application installer not compatible with your phone. i.e. the application file is .sisx for Symbian S60v3 which is not compatible with your device. Or the file is broken or outdated.
When you download any application software, make sure its compatible with your phone. Your device can only install JAVA application so you can download application with .jar extension. And choose application with proper size for your screen (128x160 pixels), if its too big, it wouldn't able to be installed too.
you can do it in two ways, open inside you ephone browser and open www.getjar.com or open google ,search opera mini browser , install the opera mini directly on the cell.
Then open oera mini, it will be inside the game folder.
When opera opens itself, you can directly click on mobile applications tab inside the browser, it will automatically show you thousands of free applications specifically for your cell. Install them by clicking and enjoy.
1. Create a new text document(on desktop right click > new > text document)
2. In that paste this.
<html><body><a href="_______">install _______</a></body></html>
#Write ur application/software/game name in the space provided.
<html><body><a href="operamini.jar">install operamini.jar</a></body></html>
#Here operamini.jar is name of the application/software/game that is going to get installed.
#Remember that the name of the application/software/games should be same with that u write here.
#If your .JAR file name is operamini.jar then in the space provided you should type operamini.jar
3. Now rename that file to abc.html and copy both the files (''abc.html'' and the file you want to install) to a folder via Cable to the phone.
4. open abc.html in ur phone and the file you want to install is installed
#I THINK THIS IS THE SIMPLEST WAY TO INSTALL ANY application/software/game
ok, are you looking for a program to open a .sis file?
You should have no issues actually downloading any file format.
Sis files are used to install software on mobile phones which use the
Symbian operating system. That software would not run on a computer.
However, you can examine them on a PC. SIS Tool is a PC program for
examining sis files (designed with the Sony Ericsson UIQ phones in
mind). It shows you information about the selected sis file (including
the size it will use on installation, version numbering and more).
Download PCsuite software from www.sonyericsson.com.
What do you want to do on the PDA's powerpoint? you cannot edit or create .pps files, only open them. The easiest way is to go to the location where you opened the file and open it from there, not from the PDA's application. Another point to consider is if the file was created with Office 2007, there is normally an "x" the .pps (yourfile.ppsx). so unless th creator made it accessible to previous versions ( xp, 2003 etc) the phone wont recognise the format and wont open it
Hi, Here are the steps you need to do to accomplish that.
Open up your Palm Desktop software. Click on "Quick Install". Another window will open up. Click on "add". From there you wil want to find the file where your bible software is and click on that. Make sure that you add it to the pda and not the memory card. You will be able to see that in the add window. Once you have that then you just have to do a hotsync and your program will be installed on your pda. Best wishes.
Nowadays PDAs and Smartphones come with different operating systems. Nokia and Sonyericcson use the Symbian based software. You have indicated your model group as i-mate. It comes with Windows CE pocket PC edition which is totally different than Symbian. There are many softwares available. what kind of software do you need? You can proceed to download.com and choose the category as Windows CE or Pocket PC you will see alot of applications Good Luck
Well - if your PDA runs CE 2.11, it should install. Try downloading specific CAB file from Linksys's website for the MIPS processor (E-15 uses VR4111). If you have Linksys WCF11 card, go to http://linksys.com/support/support.asp?spid=71
If setup still doesn't work - copy a MIPS CAB file to your Casio via ActiveSync and run it from there.
However, even after you install it - you might face problems. I still wasn't able to run my Linksys WCF11 on Casio E-100. Apparently, there is no easy way to specify IP settings (gateway, WINS, DNS) in Windows CE 2.11 for Linksys (unlike PocketPC OS, where we have network settings in control panel). I tried playing with registry - however, it messes up big time.