MIDP/JavaME Emulator on wii?

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by whoomph, Sep 12, 2010.

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Would you use a JavaME emulator on your wii?

  1. Yes (Bolt browser, Opera mini, shedloads of games etc!!!)

    1 vote(s)
    100.0%
  2. No

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. whoomph
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    whoomph GBAtemp Regular

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    Hello there,

    I've been hunting around for any signs of a JavaME emulator for the wii. PSPKVM (a port of phoneMEFeature) is one of the most used apps on my PSP and I was really hopeful that a wii port might be available/in the works. Such an emulator could bring a massive amount of games and apps to the wii. I particularly like the idea of using alternative web browsers (Bolt FTW!) and media players.
    I've searched the forums and google but no joy. I don't possess the required skills to port this and my search results suggest that it's not on anyone's to do list. Amirite?

    P.S. All the people responsible for wii homebrew, I salute you [​IMG] [​IMG] (that was subtle right?)
     
  2. nano351

    nano351 GBAtemp Regular

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    afaik no one has ported or is working on a port of any JVM implementation. It would be useful though if a good one was made.
     
  3. PeregrinFig

    PeregrinFig A miserable little pile of secrets

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    This is actually an interesting idea, and would be pretty cool to see. Btw, you used the wrong type of poll, so just for lulz I voted both Yes and No.
     
  4. whoomph
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    whoomph GBAtemp Regular

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    sorry for the wonky pole [​IMG]
    If a java emulator had been on anyone's list, we'd already have a choice of browsers, media players etc. Java games are easy to mod too.
     
  5. Pippin666

    Pippin666 SSF43DE Master

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    I bet it is easier done in mini than using Âioses.

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  6. Lexip;

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    You can't even use wiimote using mini.