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I'm trying to use anyremote, but I can't figure out how to upload the
app to my phone. Been bashing my head for hours, doing BT transfers and
also downloading from the web.
I have a Nokia 6230i, how can I get the java app installed on it? I
don't have windows, so is there a way to do it under Ubuntu/ 7.10 i386?
I have tried the following:
1) Upload anyRemote.jar and anyRemote.jad through obex:// in nautilus to
the phone. I can see the file on the phone in the file browser, but I
can't figure out how to run/install it
2) Used the "send java to phone" button in ganyremote. My phone receives
a bluetooth message containing anyRemote.jar but doesn't know what to do
3) Download anyRemote.jar directly by entering the URL in the phone
I may have tried other things too, none of which were successful ;P
Umm... Do You previously manage to upload any java midlets to the 6230i ?
> I have a Nokia 6230i, how can I get the java app installed on it? I
> don't have windows, so is there a way to do it under Ubuntu/ 7.10 i386?
Well, i do not know exact answer. I had several Nokia's and for some of then
it was enough just "send file throuh bluetooth" using gnome-obex-client or
kdebluetooth, but some of them (at least nokia 6021) works _only_ with Nokia
Suite from windows.
So, i suggest to find someone with windows and Nokia Suite to try.
> 3) Download anyRemote.jar directly by entering the URL in the phone
That was my first idea ... strange that it does not works.
Do You tried to upload *jad file ?
Did the phone at least receive *jar ?
Do You tried gnokii ?