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Offline Black

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Java games rock!


« Posted 2004-02-09 19:35:40 »

Hi! My name is Gregor and I come from Poland. I have some question.

I wan to download java games on my phone without gsm-cable. I done it with color wallpaper and polyphony ringtones (I made serwer which attendance WML, put wallpapers and ringotnes into serwer and connected with server by my phone), but I can't do it with java-games. Java-games have *.JAD and *.JAR ending - I don't know what I must do with this files. I try do download them but they don't want to download as hames. I see only some text when I open *.JAR or *.JAD files by my phone. Please help me. What I must do to donload java-games on my phone? I have Nokia 3510i.

Thanks You very much for answers
Greetings
Gregor

P.S. Very sorry for mistakes but my english is not so good
Offline Jani Laakso

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Do it with Java!


« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-02-11 05:42:52 »

OTA is pretty straightforward, in other words loading Java applications to your phone "on-the-air" without cables or IR, there's nothing special in it.

Here's a document that should get you started:
http://ncsp.forum.nokia.com/downloads/nokia/documents/Settings_for_OTA_Download_of_MIDlets_v1_0.pdf

PS. This is wrong forum for your post, in the future I suggest you post your J2ME / Phone game development related questions to this thread:
http://www.java-gaming.org/cgi-bin/JGNetForums/YaBB.cgi?board=J2ME


Cheers, Jani!
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