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    How to load a sis file to real mobile?

    hi everybody,
    I'm a beginner in Symbian.
    Now I want to load a .sis file to real mobile.
    anyone help me?
    i know i'm so stupid but please...

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    Re: How to load a sis file to real mobile?

    Ideal way for a developer to install Nokia PC Suite, use it to connect to device via USB or Bluetooth then install in by double clicking on it.

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    Re: How to load a sis file to real mobile?

    Thanks for your help!
    I will try to do it.

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    Re: How to load a sis file to real mobile?

    It is easy to do that.
    You should download PC suite for S60 at Nokia.com or other site.
    Chooe correct type of connection to your phone. Then, you use Nokia Installer install your application by simply clicking on your application in the the Nokia Installer.
    Some information for you. Hopefuly you get success!

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