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    Arrow [FAQ] How to install Java Games on Samsung D807 & E900

    Please follow the Instructions below:

    Step 1: Transferring

    1. Download the .jar & .jad files to your PC using the Download to PC option.
    2. Using Samsung PC Studio 3 & USB Cable - Transfer the .jar & .jad files to your phone. (You can also use Bluetooth to transfer games)

    If you have lost your Samsung PC Studio 3 Disc, you can download it Log in to see links

    Step 2: Installing

    1. On your handset, dial (Like you would dial a number) *#9998*5282#
    2. A Menu will pop up with 3 options: Library Info, Native Info and Install MIDlet
    3. Select Install MIDlet
    4. A password box will pop up, Enter 235282 and press OK
    5. You will see the list of all the .jar & .jad files that you transferred to your phone. Select the .jad file and select Install.
    6. The phone will appear to freeze, this is normal. Close the slider, a warning may pop up about an unsigned MIDlet, select yes & Install.

    Thats it! The game should now be accessible from the game folder.

    Free D807 Games (176x220)

    Free E900 Games (240x320)

    Please note that not all games will be compatible with these handsets.

    If you have any questions regarding this FAQ please post below. (Please be aware that I do not own the Samsung D807 or E900. The information here was gathered from various sources and compiled here by myself, so I may not be able to answer some technical questions, but I will do my best
    Last edited by Karl; 05-10-2007 at 10:49 PM.

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    The pc studio only gives me the music folder option,also try sending them to the mstick but dont know what folder they should go, I dont know how to pass the games via usb, please help???

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    I made sure my screen resolution was the right size. How come the game still wouldn't work? It said JAVA attribute mismatched.

  4. Default ummm Java Error. Invalid Format

    that's what I get
    what do I do now?

    Do you know?

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    Error messages like 'JAVA attribute mismatch' probably mean the game itself isn't compatible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Log in to see links
    Error messages like 'JAVA attribute mismatch' probably mean the game itself isn't compatible.
    mine says java error invalid format?!?!

  7. Smile Installing Games on Samsung E900

    Do these games work on any phone. I noticed that you do not need to select your phone before downloading the game. Is this right or am i just wrong and there is a proper way to do it. If so could you please tell me how to do this properly.



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    invalid format,,,,,,,,,,what should i dooooooooo???

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    can you help me with my samsung A801, i need to find the java code for it to install my games HELP please

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    hi i have the same problem "java error invalid format" keeps coming up anytime i try to install a game, any soultions out there

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