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  1. Yes you can get loads more Java games for free but there's a very significant reason for this: many of them are complete rubbish! If you wanna go ahead and stick 200 mediocre java games on a handset, you're better off getting a Nokia and matching puffy jacket.

    If on the other hand, you want quality games, and clickgamer has plenty to download for free, then stick with the smartphone. I have around 5 quality games that I play all the time that are far, far better than 100 dodgy java versions you find on Nokia's and SE's. As mentioned earlier, if you must play java games on your handset, try any for the SE K650, most of them work although not very well.

    The bog standard J2ME is a poor platform for games hence why manufacturers have their own extensions to pep things up.

    Regards,

    Dark Horse

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    ok ok il stik 2 smartphone but can u give me a few links to free games???

    EDIT : please read forum rules


  2. Why do you want to play a bunch of sub-standard and frankly embarassing, Nokia-style Java games on an SPV? Check out http://www.clickgamer.co.uk/smartphone_main.htm where you can download free trials of some truly glorious .NET enabled games that will blow away anything your mates have on their ubiquitous Sony Ericsson's and Nokia's.

    If you must play Java games, few of them will work as they need to be J2ME compliant without using any of the handset specific extensions. Some Sony Ericsson java games for the K650 such as Arkanoid 2 work so try those (Walls and Balls for the smartphone is a much better Arkanoid style game :) )

    Regards,

    Dark Horse

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    but theres only a handfull of games there for free. i LOVE FREEBIES and u can get loads of java games free!! But surely there could be a way to support these games right??

    Regards,

    Ali-BB


  3. First for .mp3 files your phone has to have one of the latest firmware versions .The sounds are stored in Storage>Application Data>Sounds on your phone .You can put ringtones with the following format : .mp3 (conditioned by ROM version) ,.wma (almost the same as .mp3 in size and quality and not conditioned by ROM version) ,.aac (smaller in size but lower in quality) ,.midi ,.mid ,,wav (very big in size). I use .wma files and midi .So what u should do is copy the files (if they are in the right format) to your phone via Active Sync to Storage>Application Data>Sounds .Be aware that not all ringtones work for all the tones (message ,alarm etc). If u have any problem post back .Hope it helped u ! :D

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    thx a lot ur a g! it workes and its wicked! thx again. :) :D ;)

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