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Deleting .JAR files from Nokia 6600

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Hi,

I bought a new Nokia 6600 phone and in a frenzy to donload software, downloaded some JAR files for mobile games. I can see the log for installation of these files in the app manager but I'm not able to delete these files. Please help.
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Hi

If you've clicked option on the files and gone to erase in the app manager and they aren't removed, then you can try installing f-explorer, this will allow you to see the phone drive, much window explorer let's you see the C drive.  Once this is installed simply use the search feature to find the game/jar file and delete.

The app is free to use.
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Where can I download this app from?
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by:GaryScott
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Got the explorer. The file in question are in c:\system\midlets\ [set of numbers]
It has .Jad file, .jar file and a UID and a Dump file.
I don't want to delete something I don't know about. Please help. The points are yours.
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Ok  I've just loaded up a *.jar on my phone, and found it using the fexplorer (only difference is I've got a 3650).

So I've gone to  C:\system\midp\

I pretty sure it's "\midp\" and not "\midlets\" as I can see my full list of games.

Once in "\midp\"  you'll see a list of game manufactures, if you know the manufacture of the *.jar open that folder, else go through them all till you find the *.jar

So we should not be here C:\system\midp\[Game Manufacture]\untrusted\[Game Name]\[Some_Numbers]\

You should now have about 6 Files, including the *.jar you can't remove.

Select each File in turn and click Options --> File --> Delete --> Yes

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by:GaryScott
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Thank You I got it.
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