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Topic # 6435 25-Jan-2006 11:37
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Anyone found a Way to Run Java on Windows Mobile 5.0?


I just want to do what my normal 3G phone can do!!!!
Is there such a thing as a J2ME emulator??

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Reply # 27111 25-Jan-2006 13:04
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What Pocket PC model is this? All i-mate models comes with a JVM - it's the intent MIDlet Manager icon in Start | Programs. It supports MIDP 2.0.

You just need to copy the Java files to your Pocket PC, tap Menu | Install | Local and you are good to go.

If the Pocket PC does not have this program then you can find a few around the Internet - some are free.









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Reply # 27114 25-Jan-2006 13:29
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Thanks Mauricio

Its the HTC Apache with Telecom NZ.

Given its not an i-mate model, it doesn't come with a JVM (the intent MIDlet Manager icon in Start | Programs)

What key words would I use to seach the net to find such an applet?

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Reply # 27163 25-Jan-2006 17:23
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There are a couple of free ones, including Mysaifu JVM. Then there are some paid ones, such as the IBM WebSphere for Pocket PC.

Look on Google for JVM Pocket PC.

As for all stuff Windows Mobile 5.0, working for Windows Mobile 2003 is not a guarantee it will work on Windows Mobile 5.0, but there's a good chance.





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