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Cellphone emulators

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Emulators
!colspan="5"|PC
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|[[KEmulator]]
|Windows
|0.9.8
|Mid
|{{}}
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|[[Sj-Boy-JavaEmulator]]
|Windows
|?
|Low
|{{}}
|-
|[[MidpX]]
|Windows
|?
|Low
|{{}}
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|[http://multiphasicapps.net/doc/ckout/readme.mkd SquirrelJME]
|Official
|Mid (Nokia-only)
|{{}}
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|[https://github.com/hex007/freej2me freej2me]
!colspan="5"|Other
|-
|[[PSPKVM]]
|PSP
|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/pspkvm/files/latest/download 0.5.4 (2009)]
|Mid
|{{}}
|-
|[[phoneME]]
|Android
|?
|?
|-
|[[JBED]]
|Android
|?
|}
;MidpX:One of the older emulators. Fixed low resolution (176x220) and compatibility, no handler app support.;Sj-Boy-JavaEmulator:More compatible than MidpX. Can take snapshots. More resolutions (but still buggy).;KEmulator:Has even more features and compatibility (even 3D emulation) than other ones. Has support for custom resolution and full screen (View/Options). You can even set a proxy server for mobile Java apps that connect to the internet under options. Requires Java Runtime Environment installed. Is the optimal recommended solution. Last update was in 2012, closed-source.;PSPKVM:Available for cell-phones. Might be the first one that's open-source. Last update was in 2009.;freej2me:A new open-source emulator and the only one known to be multi-platform. A [[libretro]] core is also under development.
SDKs for certain Nokia platforms (e.g. Series 40 and S60 ) may still be available, and while the emulators that come with them are made with development in mind, they can also be useful for playing most Java games and Symbian applications.
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