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    Default Installing games on Samsung seek (m350)?

    How do you install java games on the samsung m350? i saw someone do it but i don't know how to do it myself. plz help!!! thx.

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    What's your carrier? If it's Sprint, you can use the uploader at Rumkin dot com. But it'll only do touchscreen games. The others give an error and close.

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    Default How to install games on Samsung Seek

    Okay. You will need a couple of things. A Micro SD card and the cable that goes from the computer to the phone.

    1. Insert sd card into phone.
    2. format card (the phone should want to do this, let it)
    3. connect phone to computer using cable.
    4. use windows explorer (or whatever) to surf over to see all your drives. You should see a new drive. This is your phone.
    5. open your phone drive. There should be a few file folders already there.
    6. make a new file folder labeled APPS.
    7. transfer your .jar AND .jad files from your computer to your phone folder you just made.
    8. disconnect phone from computer. Be nice to the phone and do what the phone wants to disconnect.
    9. on the phone, go to the main menu and surf around until you see MEDIA CARD.
    10. click on MEDIA CARD.
    11. Viola, all the games you copied from the computer to the phone are now ready to install.

    I figure you can take it from here. I can't tell you exactly how to find MEDIA CARD on your phone because I don't personally have your model buy a friend does and I was installing games on her phone today.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p9bfb View Post
    Okay. You will need a couple of things. A Micro SD card and the cable that goes from the computer to the phone.

    1. Insert sd card into phone.
    2. format card (the phone should want to do this, let it)
    3. connect phone to computer using cable.
    4. use windows explorer (or whatever) to surf over to see all your drives. You should see a new drive. This is your phone.
    5. open your phone drive. There should be a few file folders already there.
    6. make a new file folder labeled APPS.
    7. transfer your .jar AND .jad files from your computer to your phone folder you just made.
    8. disconnect phone from computer. Be nice to the phone and do what the phone wants to disconnect.
    9. on the phone, go to the main menu and surf around until you see MEDIA CARD.
    10. click on MEDIA CARD.
    11. Viola, all the games you copied from the computer to the phone are now ready to install.

    I figure you can take it from here. I can't tell you exactly how to find MEDIA CARD on your phone because I don't personally have your model buy a friend does and I was installing games on her phone today.

    Hope this helps.
    If you install games on your friends phone with the samsung seek, how do you locate the sd card on the menu? because there is no where where you can click on memory card to install games. a step by step guide for the seek would be nice please

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdiddles03 View Post
    If you install games on your friends phone with the samsung seek, how do you locate the sd card on the menu? because there is no where where you can click on memory card to install games. a step by step guide for the seek would be nice please
    I was thinking the exact same thing.
    Last edited by linkaegar; 24-11-2010 at 12:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkaegar View Post
    I was thinking the exact same thing.
    So after much trial and error, and wasted time talking to samsung reps. I figured out how to install gameson samsung seek. There seems to be a lack of information regarding this. here is my guide

    1. put the micro sd card in the phone, the phoen will automaticaly format it.
    2. either connect the phone via usb, bluetooth, or take the sd card out and put it in a usb adapter to put files onto it.
    3. after you have done this, download your game. final fantasy seems to be the best working game I have found for the samsung seek. I suggest going to umnet.
    4. download Jad maker. just google it, it should be the first link. drag the jar file onto the jad maker, and it will automatically create a jad file.
    5. on your micro sd, create a folder called "Apps" make sure "A" is capital. copy all the files over to the phone.
    6. insert card back in phone and go into the "fun" section of the screen and click on "my stuff" scroll to the bottom and you will see the "Apps" folder you created, push it and click on the files to install. The installer will install the games into the "Applications" folder of the "my stuff " folder.
    7. click on the game and have some fun!

    there you go. That is how you do it. after many many tries and much searching this is what i discovered on my own!

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    I have a Samsung Entro (which is an M-350 like the seek) and I could not get it to show me anything in the APPLICATIONS section of my phone. I think I followed it step by step...

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    Make sure that the apps folder is in all caps like this "APPS". I don't have the seek but i have another sprint phone and this worked on mine. Hope this helps.

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    Thanks but still a no go. I tried capitol A... capitol APPS and all small. Nothing. Maybe something to do with it being Canadian?

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    make sure there is both a .jar and a .jad file. You need both to make them work. When the "Apps" folder appears under "My Stuff" just go to that folder called "Apps" it should be on thebottom of the list. Click the file, and install. If it does not work then your phone is probably different then the seek. This worked for me though. I hope it works for you!