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  1. #1
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    Install program to 6620 using USB cable?

    Can this be done? Pointing the "application installer" program at a directory containing a JAR and matching JAD file shows only the JAR file, and "install" is grayed out. Copying files using the File copier puts them in a directory that can't easily be found on the phone.

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    It is not clear to me ..What exactly u want to know .
    Can u break it in small statements ?

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    Perhaps you have a phone from an operator that wanted to disable installation of Java applications?

    What happens if you install the FExplorer Symbian program from http://www.gosymbian.com/ and copy the .jar file to the phone, and then use FExplorer to open the .jar on the phone (which launches the installer on the phone)?

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    Copy to phone?

    FExplorer seems like a very useful tool. I am still trying to copy JAR and JAD files to phone to try to install them. Here is what I have tries:

    1) Use the USB cable and Application Installer. This fails as the "green arrow" remains gray and never copies anything

    2) use the USB cable and File Copier. Copy JAR and JAD files to "Nokia Phone Browser" subdirectories. These do NOT show up in FExplorer

    3) use IRDA to send JAD and JAR files to the phone. Opening the message containing the JAD file gives "File corrupted" but at least the file has actually reached the phone.

    Has anybody ever succeeded in installing a midlet application on the 6620, and if so, how did you do it?

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    Nothing like looking in the wrong place

    Solution turned out to be the fact that Windows 2000 had mis-installed the device and considered it an "Other" rather than a telephone.

    Uninstalling the device and reinstalling it using the INF files from the CDROM instead of the install program made at least the basic concept of transferring files to the phone work correctly.

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