Adding Java games to your Samsung E250 can help you liven up dull moments. But loading the games onto your phone and installing them can be a problem without a data connection to download the files to your phone. With the help of a micro SD card and your phone's USB cable, you can download Java games to your computer and transport them to your phone's memory card.
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Things you need
- Samsung E250
- Micro SD card
- USB cable
Insert a micro SD card into the memory card slot on the side of your phone. Launch the USB Settings menu on your phone by selecting "Menu," "Settings," "Phone Settings" and USB Settings." In the USB Settings menu, select the "Mass Storage" option.
Plug the flat end of the USB cable into the port on the bottom of your E250, and then plug the rectangular end of the cable into a USB port on your computer. Once the phone is plugged in, your computer will recognise the device as a mass storage device. In Windows, the mass storage device can be found in "My Computer/Computer" and on Macs, a new mass storage icon will appear on the desktop.
Open the mass storage device on your computer, and then copy the Java games to it. You can create a new folder on the device to help organise the games. Disconnect the phone from your computer.
Press the "Menu" button on your phone, select the "My Files" option in your phone's menu and then navigate down to the "Memory Card" option and select it.
Browse the memory card for the Java games, and then select a game to install. Confirm your decision with the "OK" button.
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