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# How do you download games on your iPhone 3g?

For starters, go to the apple site and go to downloads, then iPhone. There are free games and games that need to be paid for.

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For starters, go to the apple site and go to downloads, then iPhone. There are free games and games that need to be paid for.

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You can buy the iphone from apple & put it on whatever network you want to, but you cannot buy it from a phone network & change the network.

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In Video Games

depends on your download speed. .
50kb/s which is slow mabey a couple of hours

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9000/6 = 1500 seconds, or about 25 minutes (it would be more like half an hour, given the way speeds jump around). I agree with Nij, but I believe most networks are listed as… mega bits per second (Mbps), not megabytes (MBps). If this is true in your case, multiply the 1500 by 8, to get 3 hours and 20 minutes. This is assuming you download at maximum speed of 6Mbps, which I doubt. I'd expect a minimum of this time, and wouldn't be suprised if it takes much longer. (MORE)

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There is no set standard. Torrents rely ENTIRELY on how many people are seeding them, and how much bandwidth they have to seed. It is also capped by your ISP's download spee…d. Some ISPs, such as Comcast, will limit or prevent bittorrents from downloading. (MORE)

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In iPhone 3GS

Depends On Your download speed, Eg 2gb On a 200kbps download speed would probably take around 2 hours

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There are 1,073,741,824 bytes (2 30 bytes) in 1 gigabyte. So, do a few conversions and get: 60sec/1min; 60min/1hr; 24hr/1day; 365days/1yr... So, it would take: 12,427 days,… 13 hours, 37 minutes, 4 seconds. Or 34 years, 17 days, 13 hours, 37 minutes, 4 seconds. (MORE)

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Internet bandwidth is typically measured in bits per second, and files (such as movie files) are measured in bytes. There are 8 bits in one byte, so to calculate optimum downl…oad time, you can multiply the file size by 8, and then divide by the bits per second to find the download time in seconds. Let's use a 1 GB movie and a 512 Kbps connection as an example: 1 GB = 1,000,000 KB; 1,000,000 * 8 = 8,000,000 kbit; 8,000,000 / 512 = 15,625 seconds, or about 4 hours, 20 minutes. That is optimum, of course; other factors can affect bandwidth during the course of the download, making the total download time longer. (MORE)

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In iPhone 3GS

you need java but i really wouldnt try it iphones are not powerful enough to run it you will lag out immediately and probably rage and break your iphone

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In Internet

It depends on your internet speed, there is really no way ofanswering here without knowing what kind of internet you have.