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    Exclamation How to upload games for VS3 tutorial

    Before we begin, lets get ready and have what you need on hand.

    what you need is:
    -VS3/VS2/VS6/VS7 Panasonic phone i believe that this hack should work on all VS series phone made by panasonic and can confirm that it definitely works on VS3,2 and 7

    -A Data cable, this will not work with bluetooth or IRDA you NEED a datacable

    -the following programs
    x60_phonetools
    this program is use to communicate with the phone while its in TEST mode

    Com Port Tool Kit
    This program is use to SEND the 11.txt hex file

    USB_MobileAction
    This program is use to SEND Java games to your phone

    you will need this hex file

    11.txt

    now that you have all the tools you need lets begin
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    Start COM PORT TOOL KIT i find that this program doesn't load up when you connect your phone with the cable and try starting this program...so its best to just start it first before you do anything else so START this b.itch
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    STEP 1. Switch your Phone to TESTMODE
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    -Turn OFF your phone
    -Now Using 3 fingers or both hands, press the following keys all at once and hold em down (*)(#)(PowerON)
    -If done successfuly your phone's screen will show color strips

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    STEP 2. Connect the Data Cable to your phone
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    -as simple as it is PLUG in the data cable i cannot stress this enough

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    STEP 3. Finding out your phone's COM number
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    -To find out what COM your phone is using go to on your computer btw:
    Control Panel-->System--->Hardware/Device Manager--->Expand "Ports (Com & LPT)" and you will see your phone and COM port located there mines was COM17
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    STEP 4. Run X60 Phone Tools program
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    -Start the Phone Tools Program check the settings and make it so the COM number is the COM of your phone, again mines was COM17, then click "update" it will connect and show a buncha info about your phone

    for example something like this:

    Target SW Ver: NBG_LEOPARD_05.24 SMARTI_SDB1 SGOLDliteV1.1
    Target EEP Ver: 150
    RF Band Support: 850 & 900 & 1800 & 1900Mhz
    RF:
    BaseBand: S-GOLDlite v1.1
    Features present: FFS, BlueTooth, AM/FM Radio., MPEG3, Voice Rec, Reduced Signaling Test, Camera, LED & Backlight, IrDa, Monitor Sig.
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    STEP 5. UNPLUG THE CABLE AND TURN OFF PHONE TOOLS
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    -Again its that simple UNPLUG YOUR DATA CABLE from the phone and CLOSE Phone Tools.

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    STEP 6. PLUG THE CABLE BACK INTO THE PHONE
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    -Plug it back into the phone
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    STEP 7. SENDING THE HEX FILE WITH COM PORT TOOL KIT
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    -IF you were following this tutorial you should have COM PORT TOOL KIT, OPEN already....so set the settings on COM PORT TOOL KIT so that the COM number is your phone again mines was COM17.

    -Click send file and have the following checked

    "send raw data" & DATA TYPE in "string" "Transfer type Single" make sure you choose the 11.txt to send.

    -now click SEND

    in COM PORT TOOL KIT it has two windows, if send successfully it should.

    the left window says "41 54 23 00 04 00 5C 10 01 00 01 0D" sent
    the right window says "05 00 02 00 01 00" received
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    STEP 8. YANK OUT THE BATTERY OF THE PHONE TO SHUT IT OFF
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    -you heard me just yank out the battery because thats the only way to get out of TEST MODE. after that TURN ON you phone NORMALLY again.

    CLOSE COM PORT TOOL KIT you won't need it anymore
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    STEP 9. Start USB_MobileAction and send your game
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    -Again make sure USB MobileAction's settings has your phones COM number mines was COM17. so that it can connect with your phone

    -Now if its connected successfuly click on the "FILE MANAGER" button
    and click on the VIDEOS FOLDER choose your .JAR file and upload it to your phone...the file doesn't go to your Video folder it automatically goes into your game folder when you select it your phone will ask you to install it and then you can play
    Last edited by avong; 02-01-2006 at 03:56 AM.

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    very nice! thanks

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    im just curious.
    if the phonetool can access the vs3 correctly, why dont you use the EEPROM editor provided by phonetool, change the static mobile_virant[2] to 1, update the phone. that's all, no need the com port kit.
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    i acually didnt really understand step 4. i couldnt really find the things that were mentioned. i have the armarillo thing, but i dont know where to go after that.

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    it should run the phonetool, get the PT code (when starting the phonetool first time), then run the armarillo to generate the reg. info for the phonetool..

    correct me if wrong.

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    Uploading games to my VS3 issues

    Hey guys I am able to upload the games to my VS3 however they size of it is too small? Is it because it is recognizing it as Panasonic X410? I follow the step from the tutorial... but when i did the x60tools the info comes up as the panasonic x410... any help?
    thanks

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    Okay I done this but the only thing is the on step 4 it doesnt recognize my phone as VS3 or any of the futures it recognize it as something else... Am I doing this wrong? I followed the steps.. and in the end when i turn on the mobileaction it says its a Panasonic X400... So when I upload the games it turn out to be smaller than what its suppose to be... Is this suppose to happen...
    thanks

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    I have downloaded USB_MobileAction, but i cant get it to start? Which exe do i start as none of them seem to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xerosis
    I have downloaded USB_MobileAction, but i cant get it to start? Which exe do i start as none of them seem to work.
    inside the rar file: panel.exe

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    Sorry, another problem. I cant seem to change the COM port in Phone Tools. I go Edit -> Settings (my COM port is 5) but when i change 1 to 5 and click ok, it says.

    "Unable to set COM Port"

    Any help is very appreciated, thanks.

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    tmobile users with the tzone can just upload the .jar to geocities or whatever, then downloading it onto ur phone by putting th url on the browser

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    usb to com

    Ive already downloaded the programs above....my problem now is the data cable i have...its a usb data cable not serial cable. Is there a way to convert this usb to serial cable...

    Thanks for the tutorial....

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    Quote Originally Posted by goku_092966
    Ive already downloaded the programs above....my problem now is the data cable i have...its a usb data cable not serial cable. Is there a way to convert this usb to serial cable...

    Thanks for the tutorial....
    what you need is the usb cable not the serial one, what you need to find is the number of the COM port. it's explained above

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiatzu
    what you need is the usb cable not the serial one, what you need to find is the number of the COM port. it's explained above
    its clearly explained alright...the cable i have right now fits into usb not to the serial port...and my querry is that is there a way to convert this usb into a serial one...

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    Hey man, thanks a lot for this. The problem I had was that I didn't use the USB_MobileAction that was provided in one of the links above. Instead, I used the software that came with the phone! Hope that helps some of you who are still having problems with this.

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