Mobile Java Emulator for R4?

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Mar 13, 2012
  1. LeomelsonBato
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    ok i am very new about emulating a Java Emulator on my DS, so i see many java emulator nowadays but which of them is the best?? and what are the game resolution required??(176x208,240x320,320x240)
     
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    I don't know where you're seeing many of them, as there is only one that actually plays Java games, and that's PSTROS DS. http://www.volny.cz/molej/pstrosnds/

    Remember that this is for MIDP cell phone games only, and most other Java files won't run properly. The cell phone resolution can either be handled automatically or manually specified in the .jad file associated with the game. Read the documentation included with the program for information on that.
     
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    i search Google and saw many Emulator... so i post here to be sure what im gonna use... i'll be trying that thanks
     
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    ok i trie
    ok i tried to load every class file ive got and load a *jad file and all i got is this messgae
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    dont mind my older post it work.. you just need to put both Jar and Jad together....

    (Playing God Of War and Tekken right now)
     
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    yup pstros is your best bet
     
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    MineCraft on the DS yay!
     
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    That's not mobile java and won't run, needs opengl.
     
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    Rydian I feel honored to be quoted by you, the Gbatemp celebrity.
     
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    I redirect you to DSCraft.
     
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    Minecraft won't run on this.
    owait, someone already said that
     
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    I assume that this will not run either? It didn't work for me, anyhow.
    Legends of Yore
     
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    If people cannot see this the first it was posted let me post it again.
     
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    and note you need to put all the Files in the Roor of your micro SD even the Jar and Jad
     
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    lolz, thats what i thought when I saw JAVA on the ds.
    ...
    Oh well, dscraft is good enough.
     

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