During the time that users evolved from normal handsets to Smartphones, the transitional period had its respective advantages and disadvantages. The opinions will differ from individuals to individuals; however the aspect of having Java and J2ME functional on your device even now is an appealing perspective for the respective user. It is a general consensus that the users who switched from the traditional Symbian models to Android Smartphones will miss the crazy Java applications that were previously functional on their phone.
Thus advancing in time, we are met with a solution to the governing problem & enabling the perfect way to keep functional the aspect of having Java apps resident on the Android device. This is possible by the use of JBED Android Java Emulator. The facilitation of this Emulator can serve the purpose in using Java applications & playing Java games on the Android Smartphone. However, this is also functional for the users employing Android 1.5 to 2.3.
JBED is an .apk application which is responsible for running the .jar and .jad games on your respective handset. This can be downloaded & installed on your device ton various Java applications. The application is made functional with the help of an Android J2ME MIDP runner.
- Initially, you should download JBED on your Android device running on Gingerbread. This can be downloaded from here.
- Hereafter, install JBED.apk on the Android phone.
- Subsequential to these tasks, you should launch the application& then click on SD card by navigating from the menu.
- Thereafter, choose the respective JAR file which you want to install and run on your Android Smartphone.
- Now, install Java apps that you need to use on your handset.
- Click on the specific Java apps to run them on your device.
This particularized app functions in the aspect that it optimizes the specific JAR files & later asks the user if he/she wants to utilize the same on the device. Additionally, the path of JAR files is visible for the respective user. If the user is brought down to such a state that he/she faces faded screen scenarios or some lines etc., during the installation time frame; this specific indication is a hinting warning to the user that the device isn’t supporting the particular app. In such cases, you need to restart the device closing other apps to try again. If the problem persists on the device, nothing can be done and the user will need to uninstall JBED.