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Old 11-01-2006, 01:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Some games I installed to my pearl using the rapc, javaloader method actually cause problems. Especially with the sound.

1) When I exit some games, the sound did not stop playing. I have to shut down my phone to shut it off.

2) When there is a sound-related activity in the phone, such as a phone ring, playing of mp3s or playing games with sound, their sound will soon be replaced by another game's (supposedly inactive) soundtrack after a few seconds of sound activity. For example, when I play the game "DND minigames" and its sound is active, 20 seconds later into the game, the sound is replaced by the soundtrack of "Zelda Legends". The same goes for phone rings and the playing of mp3s.

3) The replacement sound I mentioned in 2) can actually BYPASS THE EARPIECE. What the heck??!!? Ok, What I mean by that is... As in the example in 2), the "zelda legends" soundtrack is actually playing on the speaker instead of the earpiece. Plugging the earpiece out and in again doesn't help. (The DND minigames soundtrack played just fine in the earpiece before it was replaced by the zelda soundtrack).

4) And a quick question: Are there any buttons on the pearl that have the same functionality as the left and right buttons usually available on most phones just under the screen? I can't play some games such as "paid to kill" and "brain juice" because of the absence of those buttons.

Would be great if anyone can help me out. And just wondering if anybody else is experiencing the same problems I do?
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