JBED – Run Java Games And Apps On Your Android Device
XDA member mohammadN published his latest application for your Android devices. JBED will let you run any Java/J2ME/MIDP games or applications natively with JBed Android Java Emulator. The developer created a signed flash-able package for easy installation: just flash this package on clockworkmod recovery version 2 and up. The app was tested on a HTC Wildfire but it should be compatible with other devices as well.
If you are using it please, leave your feedback so that the developer can improve future versions.
Originally posted by mohammadN
[APP][JBED] for gingerbread , cyanogenmod 7 and …
Jbed an app to running java mid-let on Android device.
I created a signed flash-able package for easy install it!
Tested on my wildfire and 100% working!
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