Run Java games and apps on your Android Device (JBED)

According to XDA member and developer mohammadN, JBED will let you run any Java/J2ME/MDIP games or applications natively with Jbed Android Java Emulator. Using a signed flash-able package for easy installation, this can be flashed on ClockWorkMod recovery version 2, 3, or 4. This was tested on an HTC Wildfire but should be compatible with other devices as well. According to the developer, he uses the following:

Phone: HTC Wildfire
Recovery: ClockWorkMod 4
ROM: CyanogenMod 141 nightly

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  • John Manko

    great!

  • Oscar

    Hmmm….. Haven’t played Minecraft in a while, but I think I’d start again if I could run it on my phone. Now, how would those controls work?

  • http://www.mtzweb09@gmail.com murtaza

    java games required

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  • Louiskirp

    #Oscar wireless keyboard maybe?

  • Dutchy1

    I have downloaded this on my Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini. I open the app and it tells me to go to SD card which I open. It then finds the jar file, I choose the one and try to install. It then says compiling and thats it, nothing happens. What do I do wrong, anyone who knows? Thanx if anyone could help me