How to Play Pokemon on My Phone

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How to Play Pokemon on My Phone
Adding video games to your mobile phone is easy. (playing mobile games image by stoffies from Fotolia.com)

Playing Pokemon games on your mobile phone is easy if you have Internet access. In many cases, the number of free Pokemon games you can download outweighs the cost of going online on your cell phone.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Visit mobile24.com on your computer and register for an account. You will need to submit your wireless number and name, address and e-mail. Create a username and password and confirm your account by clicking the link in your e-mail.

  2. 2

    Visit wap.mobiles24.com from your mobile phone. On the home page in the search bar, type in "Pokemon Mobile Games," then click "Submit." Scroll down the list and select the Pokemon game you wish to download. Click the link and access the download number located directly under your game.

  3. 3

    Enter the game's ID in the "Download by ID" field located on the top left corner of your mobile phone browser. For example, Pokemon Gold ID is 294521. Click "Download" to start the downloading process. Depending on the file size, it could take anywhere from five minutes to an hour to download.

  4. 4

    Reset your phone after the Pokemon game has successfully loaded onto your handset. You can reset your phone by turning it off and back on a minute later or by removing the battery and reinserting it. Access your list of applications. On some phones the game will download directly into the games folder; on other phones the game will populate as an icon on the main screen. If the game does not show on your phone, check the website to see if the game is compatible with your phone. If not, download a different Pokemon game that's compatible.

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