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Old 08-05-2008, 11:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know you can install these OTA, but I don't have a data plan and I don't need the bill to be any higher than it already is by going and downloading these. Is there any possible way I can install .jar games thorugh DM? I found a converter once, but I guess it didn't convert them completely or correctly.
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Old 08-05-2008, 11:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There was an app out there called jar to alx. Seems like it was updated to a new app, too. But, it's possible.
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Here they are:


New! J2A Pro - Convert Jar to Cod Easily!

New FREE Program! Jar to Alx! Made by Brandon Swift aka me!
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I've found what you're talking about. I'll test it, then link it in this thread for future google..ers.. if it works.

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woop, nevermind haha. that was fast
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I get errors on both A2J Pro and Normal version. I have the BB JRE, i'm not sure what else would be the problem

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I can't even open J2A Pro without getting an error, and when I try to open J2A I don't get an error, but nothing happens. I just see the splash screen and then nothing else opens.

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RapidShare: Easy Filehosting -- i use this proggy to convert my .jar's. zelda on blackberry ftw

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I had been looking to convert jar files for a long time but the rapc.exe in the jde folder didn't work properly but then i found a zip called BB_File_Converters.zip it has the jadmaker app , the Jard2cod app and a jartoalx app. Just follow what the readme says.

I had jde 4.5 but in his bat files used jde 3.7 i tried to just change the bat file but it didnt seem to work, so what i did instead was just rename the jde 4.5 folder to jde 3.7 and added a folder called apps and since then it has worked wonders.



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This is where I found it

Software pack: File Converters (JAD/JAR to COD/ALX) - BlackBerry Forums at CrackBerry.com
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And you could use the OTAloader. I was in the same situation as you shitty 4mb month from rogers. but now with the the 6 gig/month I can actually use my berry to ita full extent
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Dont use desktop manager. Just plug your phone into your pc then open whatever drive your bb is labeled (ie. d:blackberry) simply drag your jar or jad files onto the media card.
unplug your phone go to media/ explore click on whatever file you put on and it will download the file onto you phone. once you are done installing, you can delete the jar and jad files. you dont need them anymore.

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This is a great tip. I have used it extensively for many jar/jad file installation.
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Dont use desktop manager. Just plug your phone into your pc then open whatever drive your bb is labeled (ie. d:blackberry) simply drag your jar or jad files onto the media card.
unplug your phone go to media/ explore click on whatever file you put on and it will download the file onto you phone. once you are done installing, you can delete the jar and jad files. you dont need them anymore.
Wow, I can't believe I can do this. I wanna punch myself in the face right now.
Thanks a lot for this tip.
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