At this page you have a Java J2ME emulator for midlets (jad and jar files). This emulator can emulate software and games for mobile devices.
With this emulator you can get an idea about the look and feel of the different games, but you need to know that it don't represents the final look of the games in a real mobile device so could be same differences, mainly in the keys procedure and in the menus could be different. As it is an emulator, at certain situations could be failures that at real devices don't occurs. Mainly, the speed of execution could be different. But in much games the emulator runs without problems and is a very good way to see the look and feel of the games before to load them in a real mobile phone device.
With this online utility you can load your .jad/.jar files with games, software,... for mobile devices in the emulator. First you need to upload the files with this formulary and then you need to insert the code obtained and the starting class of the application or game at the formulary for run the emulator.
With this online utility you can run in the mobile phone emulator the .jad/.jar files with games, software,... you have previously uploaded. You need fill the formulary with the obtained code and with the starting class of the application.
By using this service, users agree to the following Terms of Service and more generally the User Agreement of this site. Pornography, nudity, sexual material, illegal material and otherwise offensive content are not allowed on our systems. Pirated software and other copyrighted materials or lawly protected material that you don't have permission to use are not allowed on our systems. JuegosEnMovil reserve the right to remove any files at our disposition and JuegosEnMovil can finish the service at our disposition. JuegosEnMovil can track info about your emulations and uploads, and can delete, or backup the material provided by the users at our disposition.
The user is the only liable about material you upload to or use with our service. You agree to assume full responsibility for the content of anything you upload to our service and for any actions taken in response to anything you upload on or use with our service.
We don't accepts responsibility for any damage, physical, emotional or financial which arises from your use of our service. JuegosEnMovil makes no claims of future reliability in serving, hosting or storing your uploads. JuegosEnMovil will try to store your IP address every time a file is uploaded, downloaded or emulated and other info about the content uploaded and the connections. JuegosEnMovil reserves the right to modify the Terms of Service at any time and without prior notice to its users.
You can find a detailed exposure about the treatment of the personal data in the section "User agreement".
Is this service free?
Actually is totally free and no registration is needed. If you like this service you can promote it at different sites like forums about mobiles,... also you can add a link to JuegosEnMovil.com on your website.
How this service works?
It’s very easy: Upload the selected file (games and software for mobile devices) and then get the item code provided. Then insert the necessary data in the formulary about running, and press the run button to start the emulation.
What file types can I upload?
This emulator only runs with Java J2ME files (midlets), so only is possible to upload ".jad" and ".jar" files (mainly java mobile games). Best results are obtained using only ".jar" files.
What is the maximum file size I can upload?
Currently we have set a size limit of 512 Kbytes because we have a limited band width in our server. Remember that Java games usually are not bigger than 512 Kbytes.
How long are the files available for the emulator?
The files will be active for 1 hour after you upload the file. Each time an emulation is ran the file is downloaded to the client part and will be not more accessible for the client at the server. Each time you want to make an emulation you need to upload the file to emulate. We have done this to prevent to use the service to distribute material in a not personal use.
Edit your .jad file, you can see a list of records then find a similar line to "MIDlet-1: OwnTest, OwnTest.png, personal.OwnTest". The third full entry is the starting class for the game, in this example it is: personal.OwnTest
Why use .jad files?
All devices with Java needs the .jar file but some devices also needs a .jad file. This file contains information about the .jar file that helps the device to load it. Some devices don't runs without the .jad file. For the emulator is not necessary to use .jad files.
How can I use the service with .jad files?
First upload the .jar file and note the code. Edit your .jad file and change at line: "MIDlet-Jar-URL: name.jar" the name for the code you get uploading the .jar file. Then upload the .jad file note the code provided. Finally this code should be used in the same way that the .jar files so you can use this code in the formulary for run the emulator.