Freeware for Cellphones

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  1. Don

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    http://gobible.jolon.org/

    Different versions of the Bible for Java-enabled cell phones.

    Instructions aren't very clear; I installed every book of the Bible, then found out there were only two files I actually needed to load. But it works great, even has some search functions.
     
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    I downloded this but have no idea how to get it on my phone now. Any suggestions?
     
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    If you have a way of synching your cell phone with your computer (for example, your address book and calendar), then you should be able to "move" the files from the computer to the phone.

    For the King James version, for my phone, I only needed four files: two labeled Old Testament, and two labeled New Testament.

    I use bluetooth to sync. I've also downloaded a "file manager" for my particular phone, that allows me to drag and drop.

    If you tell me what kind of phone you have, I'll be happy to look it up and see what you need.
     
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    I have a Motorola V360... I would appreciate the help, thank you
     
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    After digging around the Motorola site, here's what I found.

    First, you need a Bluetooth adapater or a USB cable adapter for your computer.

    If you don't have either, Motorola offers a package that includes the cables:
    http://motorola.digitalriver.com/se...e&SiteID=motostor&productID=40171400&Env=BASE

    However, if you can find a Bluetooth adapter (to plug into your computer), or the USB cables cheaper, I suggest you go that route. Then you can download the software for free from here:
    http://motorola.handango.com/entert...=2&platformId=6&productType=2&productId=93724

    Once you've procured the adapter (Bluetooth or cable) and installed the software, you should be able to synchronize all your stuff to your phone.
     

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