I LOVE MY Sony Ericsson K700i Mobile Telephone! Java Games Rock!

The K700i is too cool. Today, I was in a shop, I saw something I thought my brother would like, and I sent a picture message of that item, he looked at the picture on his own K700i and asked me to buy the object for him.

I’ve bought £7.50’s worth of retro-games for the phone in the ‘Java’ format. Games made back in the 80’s are now cool again, small platform games run very cool on a mobile phone!

Now I’ve found this site and this site which lets you download games for free, and put them on your phone via bluetooth. I advise you not to do this, I think buying games is better…..look at the page to get an idea of what games are available to buy for the k700i format.

Next week I’ll write a bit about Vodafone, and why not to use their service, as they restrict their customers. My brother is a Vodafone customer and I’m an O2 customer. We’ve both got the same mobile telephone, but Vodafone have locked up my brothers phone, restricting his ability to use the phone to do various functions…..O2 have enabled me to be creative using my phone….a big difference…..and in brief, avoid Vodafone, go O2!

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Matthew Eaves

Matthew Eaves is Director at Creative Learning Systems Ltd

9 thoughts on “I LOVE MY Sony Ericsson K700i Mobile Telephone! Java Games Rock!”

  1. Pavel
    Submitted by visitor on Sat, 03/25/2006 – 13:46.
    Got some on P2P (by LimeWire). The file name is: “200.Java.Games.Nokia.s60.3230.6260.6600.6620.6630.6670.7610.6680.6681.N-Gage”.
    So obviously, they are for Nokias, but I have tried couple of them and they work with my k700i pretty well.

  2. s710a
    Submitted by visitor on Tue, 02/28/2006 – 01:45.
    hey i’ve got the 710a a similiar phone to yours… how do you transfer to the games folder? it soesnt give me the opportunity…

  3. Lauren
    Submitted by visitor on Mon, 03/06/2006 – 17:15.
    I have a k700i and to save games I just didn’t choose a folder to send it to (just sent it in the place where it shows all the folders) and when my phone received the file, it asked me where I wanted to save it: Applications or Games so I just chose there 🙂

  4. Pavel
    Submitted by visitor on Sat, 03/25/2006 – 13:18.
    Thanks a lot! Have spent hours trying to find a suitable software to get it into the phone. It really works and it’s so simple.

  5. raj
    Submitted by visitor on Sat, 01/28/2006 – 19:27.
    its an awesom mob with all the advanced features nd the output clarity of this mob is the best compareted to other company mob phones. so people dont just b blind in selecting a mobile go for the best mobile i suggest u this.

  6. i got my phone yesterday
    Submitted by visitor on Thu, 02/17/2005 – 23:42.
    i got it on orange well it called that in the uk dont know bout us might be msl or something anyway it rules i have had no ristrictions apart from changing the name of my profile which i dont think you could do anyway:)

  7. K700i
    Submitted by visitor on Mon, 01/24/2005 – 21:39.
    s’funny…. when you got the phone I distinctly remember that you weren’t too impressed with it!

    Glad you have grown to like it tho!


  8. O2 blues
    Submitted by visitor on Tue, 01/04/2005 – 23:44.
    I’m glad you’re having a better experience than me – O2 locked my handset and I had to be very very firm to get it sorted out after a week. Then over Christmas my phone refused to send any texts, this took another week to sort out with O2. That’s one week for each month that I’ve had a less than fully functioning service. I’m looking forward to the next month!


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