Games are saved on phone hardware, I think they are saved on FLASH memory, if you remove the SIM card, and then remove the battery, games are still there, FLASH memory does not need power to maintain its data.
i have a problem with my g5. i bought this phone just 1 months ago and already i'm facing terriblbe problems with it.only yesterday anytime i try to make a call it say's "supplementary service rejected" pls suggest possible solutions to this problem
Thanks. If i understand i must put the orange sim in the phone if i want to play games i downloaded with this sim ?? very complicated so i will sell the g5. very special phone if it only works good with orange. bad that there was no information at all on this or any other website.
the games are still there, but you will not be able to play them without the orange sim because when you try again to press and hold the 9 key with your original sim, it will not recognise the instruction. holding 9 basically takes you to the orange games service.
the games are downloaded into their own specialized memory area (orange games service), away from other files such as ringtones & wallpapers, and the instruction to access this memory area is to press and hold the 9 key... i beleive only orange sims will recognise this instruction because holding 9 basically takes you to the "orange games" service. thats basically what it does at the end of the day. if you put in your oringal sim after downloading the game, and then try holding 9 you may find that nothing at all happens since your orignal sim was not programmed to recognise "orange games" service and will not recognise an instruction such as holding 9 key to take you there... but the game is still stored on the phone.
if that is important to you i suggest you are far better off with java j2me games. go get yourself a sharp gx-10 and hook it up to vodafone live for some of the best java games available. i believe the games are downloaded into the same dynamic memory space and all files share that same memory space, meaning the above consideration would not be an issue.
you can only get downloadable games if you get yourself an ORANGE sim card. that's where all the downloadable games are... on the orange website you will find the SAGEM GAMES ZONE.
you need an orange sim card first, because the phone is a joint production between orange and sagem. get yourself an orange Pay As You Go simcard which only costs £10-£12, register it with orange, then go to the orange website for all the games and info on how to start downloading games directly to the phone...
click on the SAGEM GAMES ZONE link here:
if you already have an orange sim card (either contract or payg), just hold down the 9 key and it will take you directly to the orange games downloads section on your phone, where you can download games like kung fu legend, mission 3d and IF racing etc. the latest game i have just seen made available for download is space war.
somebody posted this one before if you want FREE download for sagem myg5 phone !!
these is the sites you go to below, thanks. :>)
(SpunkyMunky's website, very good)
http://uk.geocities.com/polysagem/index.html (A good site, with good downloads. More Midis than anything else.)
(A valuable source of info, and downloads for the Sagem MYX-5)
(Another good Sagem MYX-5 and MYG-5 group)
(A French site with a good choice of stuff to download)
(Seej's Sagem my-X5 and my-G5 website)
(Another sagem user's website, he has just started it)
(There's Some nice stuff here too)
(A site created by sagem for sagem users, but it has very poor quality design and content in all honesty, best to avoid this website until they improve imo. i just put the link here so you know what/where it is)
(If ever you are having any problems uploading files by Infra-red connection, check out Mike's own software for uploading to the phone instead, very good).
(Another piece of alternative uploading software called myDiscover. also very good)
http://www.geocities.com/palmpiiic/sagem.htm (Free Palm software for your Sagem, it allows you to do loads of stuff by linking the IR port of a Palm to your Sagem MYX-5/MYG-5)
so Schnulli the idiot returns, this time calling himself Joke??
Schnulli the joke is on YOU matey!
I have had a sagem but i must say: NEVER AGAIN !
Buy Sony or Nokia or Motorola. TAhat are real phones !
If you don't have buyed it as a Load a Game Version or your provider offers not downloadable games -> Sagem sucks. No Java, so you would be able to download games from everywhere, even as freeware.
If you buy it you think it's cheap, but thr costs for games (if you would be able to get some) are much higher.
Better buy next time a real phone :-))))
Great phone far better than any Nokia for the money. I used to have a 3020 and that far exceded a nokia 3310. They know their stuff.