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Actually, the J2ME version

Actually, the J2ME version runs in microemu on the desktop for demonstration purposes. There is a link (jnlp) on the following page that also has the other J2ME links:

http://soft.bt747.org/J2ME/

I looked for android and microemu on the web and stumbled on this page again:

http://microemu.blogspot.com/2008/11/running-java-me-applications-on-and...

That is about a port of microemu to Android.  When I looked a long time ago, it looked liked this project was dead, but recent entries show that it is alive, including a google group:

http://groups.google.com/group/microemulator-support

So, that could be another way of doing it.  I currently can't investigate that path though.

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