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Need a Java Programmer's help

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Hi, I recently purchased the T-Mobile sidekick 2. I have found that there is but one way of getting my OWN music as ringers. And that is through installing third party applications with the dev kit. I have had no problem getting the developer kit, but I need the key to flash onto the device. Up until a couple weeks ago, this was no problem for anyone. Now, instead of handing out the keys like candy, you must submit an actual application. I have no idea how to code java, which if I'm not mistaken is what it is in. I do have basic knowledge of html, but that does me no good in this situation. I am looking for someone that could get the code for me by sending an original app to the dev site. I do not want credit for the app, just the key to flash apps onto it. Any help would be great, and I will return the favor in any fashion possible. If you can help, please feel free to e-mail me at removed by Metallica before the spambots find it.

Edited by stu_design, 08 June 2005 - 10:54 AM.

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this topic will now be closed as per Geekstogo.com's Terms of Service

The posting of links or references to warez or any other type of illegal software is strictly forbidden. By doing so you risk having your user account terminated without warning. We will NOT help anyone we suspect of having obtained their software illegally.

Stu Design

Edited by stu_design, 07 June 2005 - 11:30 AM.

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