Iccle Ted - This is "Iccle Ted "
He is an artificially intelligent Teddy, who loves to talk and play. He is suitable for pre teens, girls or boys. He loves older children too.
On opening the program, you will firstly be directed to add your name, so as he will know who he is speaking too. Do this by selecting the text input box using the center up, or down key, and then opening the pop up text window, by using the central enter key.
After doing this, use the centre down key to select the Enter button on the screen, which will then open the dialogue page.
Ted can be your mobile, virtual friend, but remember, he speaks and understands only English.
Select the input text box by using the central keys on the phone. Open the text pop up window by using the central enter key and add your message.
Click OK and then press the ' Chat' soft key on the left to submit your text.
Installing Flash Lite SWF content onto a handset
After you have unzipped the game on your PC, install Flash game on your phone, and place them in one of these folders;
The flash player can look in either of these directories, so just transfer the file to one of them.
With Nokia phones, the Nokia PC Suite software creates a system folder for the phone, so you can browse through the phone memory just like you would any hard drive, and can just copy files over into these folders.
Transfer the Flash games swf to the device, using one of the following methods:
IR (infrared): If your PC and handset both support infrared, you can connect the device with the PC and transfer the file via IR.
Bluetooth: If your PC and handset both support Bluetooth, you can connect the device with the PC and transfer the file via Bluetooth.
Memory card: Using a memory card reader, you can transfer the file to the memory card for the phone.
USB: Most phone manufacturers supply a USB cable for synchronising the handset with a PC and transferring files.
When copying SWF files to view on the handset, it is important to remember to install the SWF file(s) into the correct folder on the device. The Flash Lite player will only recognize SWF files that are located in the following folders or sub folders within them.