Java Application Emulator for Windows

It's been a while since Android and IOS has became the most popular mobile gaming platforms. However, thera are plenty of java games and applications left from those times, when pones still had buttons. You can even run them on android phone using one of android java emulators.

It is possible to emulate that wide range of good old Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, LG, Motorola and many other manufacturer's mobile java (j2me) games and applications on your Windows computer. Save your time by testing your .jar files on your computer, before transfer them to your phone.

Java Emulator

This software is simple to use, yet widely adjustable. There is no need for installation as the emulator is portable and can even be run from removable usb drive. Just download the package, extract it somewhere in your computer (or flash drive) and doubleclick KEmulator.exe to start it.(You must be logged in as Administrator.) Click Run, if asked by UAC.

Java emulator for PC


  • It is possible to set your .jar files to associate with KEmulator:
  • ViewOptionsSystem

  • Adjust key mappings:
  • ViewOptionsKeyMap

  • Enable virtual keypad:
  • ViewKeypad

    Before download

    It is necessary that you install Java Runtime Environment (JRE) on your computer in order to run java content. It is completely free and is easy to download and install from official java website.

  • Download Java Runtime Environment!
  • Download

    After the download you'll need to extract the contents of the .rar package using Winrar or 7zip. After extraction, there will be a folder containing all files. Doubleclick KEmulator.exe and youre done.

  • Download PC Java Emulator
  • Comments:

    eak wrote:
    that 's good
    sayeed bin sufian wrote:
    thank you very much DuyKhanh. Its works!!! :D
    DuyKhanh wrote:
    With window 7 64bit or win 8, you must install JRE 32bit and open KEmulator as Administrator.
    JRE 32bit can download manual at
    Mee Syc-kooz Ktoo wrote:
    Thanks! for the software..... it really works...... :D :D ;)
    Topeng tobi wrote:
    Ninja school world online can opening or not?
    estu wrote:
    Not compatible with JRE 1.8?
    r4d3k wrote:
    failed to load midlet class
    S.D.K wrote:
    Can you make this for Fullscreen size?????????
    hmela wrote:
    Good works... Thumps up
    Gak wrote:
    Currently not opening in Windows 7 Ultimate 64*. Please check it out (Does not matters which compatibility mode i set on it).

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