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Wow, it’s been a while since i wrote last post, almost 2 month i guess..

I’m using Samsung SGH Z-170, and found that that phone cannot install java application from pc, its only able to intall a java app from d internet, from phone browser. Then i figured out, that its able to…i found these article, about installing java app from pc, here : http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_z170-reviews-2030p2.php . The article was written by Ken Dacatimbang.

here’s the article, have a nice try..

I hope this tutorial will help you install games on your cellphone. This tutorial is for samsung F480.However, this works perfectly on my phone sgh z 170. I just copied this from sensesme under the GSM-Forum) at (http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vb…p?t=609664).

1. Download Driver & File Explorer from
(http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vb…p?t=609664).

2. Uncompress (or extract to) SAMSUNG_Composite_USB_Driver_4_34_WHQL.zip and execute Setup.exe.
3. Connect F480 to PC. First time you should be prompted with a ‘device installed and ready’ message.
4. Execute TkFileExplorer_2.2.exe
5. Go to Settings – COM.
6. Scroll down Port window: You should get just one COM option. Choose it and press OK.
7. Go to File – Connect. You should get the F480 File System Tree at TkFileExplorer bottom half side.
8. Go to /Exe/Java/Games
9. Create a New Folder for your game
10. At TkFileExplorer PC upper side select game JAD/JAR files and copy to F480 created folder using drag&drop or right button menu Download option.
11. Repeat steps 9 & 10 for all games you want to install at a time.
12. Disconnect USB cable
13. Dial *#6984125*#
14. Go to Internals (Master Key: *#9072641*#)
15. Go to Storage Settings and select Update Java DB
Enjoy! …and save money!

NOTE 1:
You do not need to change Samsung USB mode to Qualcomm. Leave it at its default Samsung mode (if you do not understand this just do nothing )
NOTE 2:
Once driver is installed, Samsung PC Studio 3 still works.

SOURCE:
http://www.forummobiles.com/in…=896[/quote]

Note 1:

Since my phone is sgh z 170, I did some minor revision to this tutorial. I hope this will help you.

When I drag the the jar and jad files from the desktop of my computer to the window of TkFileExplorer under phone as I usually do with samsung PC studio, it was not downloaded. So I open the Local Lisk (C:) at the upper left side window of TkFileExplorer, and under Drive D I open desktop. However, the jar and jad files were not there. No jar/jar files to download! So I first open samsung PC studio and from the desktop of my computer I drag the jar/jad files into the “Other Files” and put them in a new folder then close the samsung PC studio.( note: each game should have its own folder). After restarting my phone (turn off and then on, this is necessary),I open TkFileExplorer. From the phone window of TkFileExplorer I open ‘media’ then ‘Other Files’, and then I drag the jad/jar file folder into the Local Disk (C:) at the upper left side of TkFileExplorer window. After transferring the folder I open ‘Exe’ then Java and then I drag the jad/jar folder from the local disk back into ‘Java’ folder. Under the the File Menu I click ‘disconnect’. I then enter the codes into my phone and under Storage Settings I Update media database, Update Java DB, Update application database and Create Ax Dat File. When I returned to the ‘Games and more’ under my phone, the game was already installed!!!

Happy gaming and goodluck to all samsung users!!!

Note 2:
Be careful!
Once you are inside TkFileExplorer dont delete any built-in folders as this may damage your phone. Also before physically disconnecting the cable from your phone, disconnect it first from the File menu

Note 3:

Each game should have a jar and a jad file. If the game has only a jar file, you have to make a jad file from the jar file by using the java maker which you can download from (http://www.softpedia.com/get/I…Maker.shtml)
All you have to do is to drag the jar file into the “Make Jad” window and a jad file will appear in the desktop.

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