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Sunday, April 26, 2009

500 cellphone games for download!!!



u must have the resolution 240x320 dont work in all cells some that work

(Recommended)
Sony Ericsson W580i
Nokia 6131
Nokia N90 & N80


2 and 3 person


500 cellphone games Download here

Fight Combat

Cars

Pin Ball Table Games

Casino

Adventure

Action

Movie games

En genius

RPG

Strategy

Simulators

Sports

Other


Tutorial : How to install Java or Symbian Apps

This guide will be divided into two parts -- Bluetooth and Card Readers. Please refer to the appropriate section to find out how you should go about the install process.

You will need a filemanager app (such as FExplorer or SeleQ) and the devices to transfer the data to your phone.

Quick Info:

-Applications usually have the *.SIS filetype.
-Cracks for applications usually have the *.APP filetype.
-Java applications can have *.JAD and *.JAR filetypes, however the Nokia 6600 can ONLY use *.JAR.
-Games can come in the form of SIS applications and Java. Generally, SIS games are faster, have better music and graphics.

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BLUETOOTH
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1] Send your desired files to the phone, they will appear as messages.

2] Open Menu > Messaging > Inbox

3] Highlight the message that should say "Bluetooth" with the filename below it, and then press the joystick to open it.

4] The installation process should begin, follow the onscreen prompts.

5] It will ask you where to save the application, to Phone Memory or to you Multimedia Memory Card (may be seen as "NO NAME" if you have not given you card a label). It is recommended to save your programs to the MMC.

6] After the installation process is finished, feel free to delete the original SMS you recieved from bluetooth.

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MMC CARD
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1] Remove the MMC from your phone and insert it into the card reader.

2] Open My Computer and open your MMC's folder.

3] Copy your desired files to the root directory of your MMC ONLY (That means put them straight onto the MMC and not into any folders.)

4] Remove the MMC from the card reader and insert it back into your phone.

5] Start your file manager application and browse to the root directory of your MMC, which should be E:/

6] Open the file you transferred to your phone, and an installation process should begin, follow the onscreen prompts.

7] It will ask you where to save the application, to Phone Memory or to you Multimedia Memory Card (may be seen as "NO NAME" if you have not given you card a label). It is recommended to save your programs to the MMC.

8] After the installation process is finished, feel free to delete the file if it still remains (if it successfully installed, there should be no file, or a file that is only 1kb large).

Peace !

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