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HOW DOWNLOADED JAD & JAR FILES ARE OPEN

 
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Hello world i have downloaded jad & jar file of a game as well as another
project but when i try to open they dont open and generate an error & error screen contains alots of lines what is the solution. thanks
 
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I do not know for sure how you are sending the files to the device ...
If u are using bluetooth, IR or a data cable then just send the jar file to the phone. When you open the jar file the Application Manager on the phone should prompt you to install the midlet suite.
I have never done this but i believe if you are pointing the browser of the device to a URL to download the midlet then point it to the jad file. The MIDlet-Jar-URL attribute in the JAD file must point to the location of the jar file.
hope this helps
[ April 12, 2004: Message edited by: Punit Raizada ]
 
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(1) what is your device? is it midp-enabled?
(2) just use your browser to point to the JAD file URL...the JAD file should allow the app manager to do all the download and installation process for you automatically.
 
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