I am posting this in an effort to help those members that are having difficulty finding these applications. Most of these have been discussed with such vigor; the length of the threads can be intimidating to new users.
If you are not logged in to this website, do it now or you will not be able to see the links at the bottom of this thread. The files to download have a green paperclip in front of them and the file name is in red.
I have included a short tutorial to install these apps on your phone with a data cable. This assumes you are familiar with the use of TKFileExplorer and use of the master code. If this is new to you then study the information in the thread linked here…http://www.samsung-eternity.com/index.php/topic,6189.0.html
Download the files you wish to install from the links below to the Downloads folder on your computer. Be sure to get both the .jar and .jad file for each app. Once you have TKFE connected to your phone, navigate to the Exe > Java > Games folder in the lower right pane and create a new folder for each app you wish to add. In the upper pane, navigate to the download folder on you computer to the files you downloaded. Click and drag the appropriate files (.jad and .jar) to the appropriate folder in the lower pane. Move one file at a time and move all the files you wish to install before you continue to the next step.
If TKFE stops responding, wait for the popup announcement and click OK. Close TKFE, unplug your phone from the data cable, plug the cable back in to the phone, open TKFE, connect and re-install the same file you were working on. Just drag the file over the file shown in the bottom pane as it will overwrite the file. This has always worked for me.
Once you have all the files copied, disconnect from TKFE and the data cable. Be sure your phone is at the idle screen and open the dial pad. Type *#6984125*# just as you see it here. If done correctly, you will see a menu. Tap No4, Internals, tap the text box to open the dial screen and type *#3818790*# just as you see it here. Be careful as you cannot see what was typed just like a password. Click Ok, click Confirm. If it gives you a message like invalid password, just try again. Once completed correctly, you will see a menu.
Tap No6 Storage settings.
Tap No3 Update Java DB.
Use your volume key to scroll down and
TapNo9 Update app database.
Use the back button at the bottom of your phone to back out to the idle screen. I always reboot the phone at this point. You are done.
A very good browser that’s easy to see and navigate. My daughter was very impressed how easy it was to get to her college webmail. Once installed, open Opera Mini and be sure to go to Menu > Tools > Settings and DISABLE Auto-complete address input and ENABLE landscape mode.
It will use the built-in GPS to navigate maps and satellite images. In my opinion its best asset is the ability to navigate the satellite images. Find your own house in satellite view and add it to your favorites.
Another map app that will use the built-in GPS. Its strong point for me is the audible turn by turn directions.
As always YellowPages has a great database and intuitive search feature. It works with your GPS to find a business close to your actual location.
NIV Bible by Jolon Faichney
I was glad to find this version on the web. You will need the native navigation buttons on the bottom for full functionality.
Thank you specialist7, carpediem, Agoattamer, Toast, and Sir Americo for your help and inspiration.
All these applications are provided free of charge form the respected vender.
Noteable by Bantam Bytes
I am adding this app to my favorites as it is truly a great note taking program. The addition of the larger font is a big plus for those of us that cannot see well. This is the final version released on Sept. 26.
A grocery list application that works pretty well. For details and a database file see this thread...http://www.samsung-eternity.com/index.php/topic,6941.0.html