Samsung mobile phones are popular among gamers, but games that are downloaded and integrated often fail to be installed on the phone. This problem is usually due to a formatting issue of the game extension that the phone's OS (operating system) fails to recognize. The game must have a .jar/.jad extension, and specific codes must be inserted, depending on the handset, through the game's settings. This article will show you how to repair a game that cannot be installed onto your Samsung mobile device.
N.B. This example is based on the E900 model.
To begin repairing the bug, transfer the game (which should have a .jar/ or a .jad extension) to Other files.
Go to the phone's main screen, and type the following code:
If necessary, select Middlet install , and type the following code:
Finally, select <bold>.jad to launch the game installation mode.
N.B. This example is based on the U600 model.
Start by transferring the game (which should have a .jar/ or a .jad extension) to Other files.
Head to the phone's main screen, and type the following code:
Finally, select File Management > Other Files > .jad. Then, click Options > Install game to launch installation.
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