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    I'm from England and I can't get it to work either, so it probably isn't a country problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toopidmin Log in to see links
    Could this whole java game thing on U600 be a country thing?. Like Singapore's U600 can't install games? Any Sgians that managed to get the games to work on your mobiles out there?
    Nope, it just that allkind of games are not supported by the U600, so its really sad.... they weren`t thinking when making this phone i think
    (ps: games from D500 will work on U600 )

    Greetingz

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    I've tried this so many times and always get 'invalid file format'
    even downloading from the wap site some of the games don't work, does anyone think it's just the U600 phone?!?

    Did get strip poker to work though!....but I don't know how to play poker....lol

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    I downloaded alot of games of a site but they all wont work.

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    I am a Samsung U600 User.
    Some of the games work and others dont work on it.

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    Okay, managed to install one game out of around 10.

    Small question - what next, how do you run a game after its installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sm9ai Log in to see links
    Okay, managed to install one game out of around 10.

    Small question - what next, how do you run a game after its installed?
    >>>>go to java worl under applications...then games >>>you will see ur installed games there...

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    anyone can give a list for working games for U600...thanks..

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    Hi,
    I found out that the jad files have a line breakup, (if a line is too long then it is split into two). the installer in U600 does not support this. So u have to remove the line breakup from the jad files (using vi editor or any other).
    Ex: the line --

    MIDlet-Permissions-Opt: javax.microedition.io.Connector.http, ja
    vax.microedition.io.Connector.file.write, javax.microe
    dition.io.Connector.file.read

    should be:
    MIDlet-Permissions-Opt: javax.microedition.io.Connector.http, javax.microedition.io.Connector.file.write, javax.microedition.io.Connector.file.read

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    I also tried in my A707 and the code still says invalid format.

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