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Old 12-29-2005, 04:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i am getting lost in the dos thing i know how to open it but i dont no any command lines to open rapc , all i know is exit and help and dir so not much more than that , so i wondered if you have your own website ( like msn) could you load your jad or jar files there and use the phone then go there and download your jar games that way??? i have a ton of them from my little phone days ..... thanks in advance for any help
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You would load your jar's and jad's with an ftp client. Places like msn and geocities usually have an easy way to upload files. Windows has a built in ftp client inside explorer, you can use any address bar or you can hit start and run and type in this:

It will open up like a regular folder in windows and you can drag and drop your jar's and jad's.

Hope thats what you were talking about.

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You can't just put files on a server and they will work for OTA unless the server has been configured properly. Here is a link on what needs to be done if you have access to your own server Installing Themes Over-The-Air (OTA)

I'm not sure that Yahoo or MSN free sites are set up properly to do OTA.
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