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derma

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Here it is the web address where you can find the application to install the java files (.jar, .jad) onto Samsung i320 without using the WAP:

i300/i320 Java Installer

It's free and, what's better, it functions. I tested it to install Opera mini (latest version) and a game named Dr. eiDRuC (a 3D version of the the Rubik cube).


Instructions (taken from the site indicated above):

To use it, you should associate .JAR files with it (you can use Smart Explorer or Resco Explorer to do it).
Then just launch a JAR file from your favourite filemanager.
Or you can simply execute it without any parameters and press "OK".

If you'd have problems to install it or to associate the file to the program, let me know and I'll explain how I did it.


Enjoy!

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Edited by derma, 10 May 2007 - 10:05 PM.

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Here it is the web address where you can find the application to install the java files (.jar, .jad) onto Samsung i320 without using the WAP:

i300/i320 Java Installer

It's free and, what's better, it functions. I tested it to install Opera mini (latest version) and a game named Dr. eiDRuC (a 3D version of the the Rubik cube).


Instructions (taken from the site indicated above):

To use it, you should associate .JAR files with it (you can use Smart Explorer or Resco Explorer to do it).
Then just launch a JAR file from your favourite filemanager.
Or you can simply execute it without any parameters and press "OK".

If you'd have problems to install it or to associate the file to the program, let me know and I'll explain how I did it.


Enjoy!


I've a problem... I'm programming in java me... I created a software that use bluetooth but when i launch it on my i320 a strange error appears on the screen :
"This application is unexpectly quit
javax/bluetooth/DiscoveryListener"

How could I resolve this problem?

Thanks

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lemp

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I've a problem... I'm programming in java me... I created a software that use bluetooth but when i launch it on my i320 a strange error appears on the screen :
"This application is unexpectly quit
javax/bluetooth/DiscoveryListener"

How could I resolve this problem?

Thanks



same pb, according to the specification, JSR 82 is present ...so don't know the pb , maybe the installer ...
do you have try commercial game with official install ?

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adrian wong

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how do u associate the jar with the program or what ever
can someone tell me how to do it step by step
please

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tonev

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There is java manager installer for i320 found it when i instakked opera mini made by someone :D

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Edited by tonev, 22 July 2008 - 10:47 AM.

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There is java manager installer for i320 found it when i instakked opera mini made by someone B)


Works out for me.. Now I can use Opera mini and several Java apps using the embedded Java manager. Thanks a lot to brought this cool apps here.

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