I have had success accessing the phone through micro USB. I used easycdma and found the phone under port 15 on my pc. Issue is I didn't have the spc code to enter the phone. But it proves that the USB is not deactivated just hidden. Once I get my spc code consider this phone cracked. I have been very busy but I will have some more news soon enough. Also .jar is my focus so I will try apps as soon As I crack it. But yes guys help me do some research. It seems easy enough. Try easycdma. Bitpim so far does not see the phone. CDMA workshop is another possibility. Need my spc now...
does any one have the code to unlock the kyocera loft from virgin mobile or make it work by the min and not on the 25 plan
If you want to use a Loft with PayLo, you have to buy a special version of it from an independent Virgin Mobile dealer. The PayLo version of the Loft is not sold at major retailers like Target or Radio Shack. I don't know if any independent dealers are selling the PayLo Loft online, but I would be wary of buying one online for this.
Then choose a Paylo service option that best meets your needs...
CON-Tracts??? We don't need no stinking contracts!
Opera Mini Ver. 5.1 works well on the VM Kyo LOFT and provides the best browsing experience (compared to the included OM Ver. 4.x that comes preloaded on the device).
Email this link to your gmail, yahoo, aol, or windows live e-mail and access it from your VM Kyocera LOFT using the IM/Email app.
Or visit the Opera site and choose a version that you prefer....
Hi! So, does anybody know how to type numbers, capital letters, symbols, etc.. using Opera Mini 5? Help would be much appreciated..
Unfortunately, I don't think you can. That is why I had to go back to OM4.
After 2 weeks I decided to return it to the Shack. The Loft, while a nice design, is not as durable as the Jax. Virgin Mobile should have offered the Loft on PayLo for less than $20 and not next to the advanced device line-up on the Beyond Talk plans. It is not a $50+ device. There are other options at it's current price point that provide a better end-user experience.
Installing any J2ME app on feature phone
I am a Virgin Mobile subscriber using their $25 beyond the talk plan with a UTStarcom Arc (now PCD Arc). I was able to install Opera Mini, Gmail, and Google Maps out of the box from the respective websites. There didn't seem to be any way to install other applications as the phone never recognized the jad file (points to the jar application file) as something that could be used to install applications. After examining the text of the jad files provided by Google, I determined that there was no difference in the text formatting (I also examined whether or not the server was setting the jad MIME type correctly, and that wasn't an issue either). After some beating of my head against the wall, I had a thought: What is the OpenWave browser (standard on the phnoe) was restricting jad files by URL? To test this, I uploaded the jad and jar files as attachments on one of my Google Sites pages and then linked to the jad file (I had to use the full download URL from Google Sites, which includes attredirects=0&d=1 at the end of the URL). Low and behold when I opened that link in my mobile browser it downloaded and installed the jar file. YAY!!!!!
Although I've only tested this with the Arc, I assume that this world work on any J2ME phone that Virgin mobile has. Interestingly enough, Phone Arena doesn't list the Arc as a J2ME phone, but it is.
Let me know if you have any luck with your phone.
This is someone elses work on the forum.... Anyone try this? I would but didn't pay phone since it's a project lol
so i may be the first idk cause i have not heard anyone talk about it but i was able to install opera mini six on the phone. It looks much better and offers a few more features. I was also able to install opera mini three side by side so i have three browsers on my loft. I am working on the spc code still sadely....did everyone else give up? Still not able to use numbers or symbals.
use openwave browser and goto opera.com then find where u can manually download the files and experiment lol. It was pretty easy. Goto the area where it says download with pc then when u see the files use the .jad file extensions. The .jar may work as well. If u guys have trouble i can post a link... I may do it anyways..
I at least succeeded at using special characters in Opera... in a notepad web-app, from my computer, I typed a bunch of common characters into a document. Then whenever I open Opera Mini 5, I go there, copy the characters, and then continue on my merry way, pasting and deleting whenever necessary.
No nothing yet. So heres something annoying, i just got off the phone and the idiot claimed "the kyocera loft is not capable of using j2me apps and downloads. Its impossible. There is no spc code for the loft. There is no way to program the phone". And a bunch of other stupid lies. I have installed opera 3 opera 4 opera 5 and opera 6. All .jad j2me......what a dumb guy. He goes to say " there is no micro usb on top of the phone. It dont use usb its impossible"....LOL. well im using opera 3 at the moment and it works well with internet and it works with letters and symbals. cant you tell? im using numbers and letters.