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J-Consortium

ct_map_passionasia_13_657.gifJ-Consortium is an open and democratic body organized as a not-for-profit consortium. We welcome as members all individuals and all companies from all viewpoints. Our posted publicly on our web site, explain the details of our organization, which is based on a one-company, one-vote principle for all technical decisions. J Consortium is an outgrowth of the Real-Time Java™ Working Group (RTJWG) on health application, which itself was an outgrowth of the NIST real-time requirements effort initiated in early 1998. Our specifications will be consistent with the NIST requirements. Our charter is to help to advance the creation of specifications and related activities for what we refer to as real-time and embedded extensions for Java Technologies. (Sun Microsystems defines “Java Technologies” to include the Java virtual machine, Java programming language, and class libraries.) In addition, when we refer to “real-time”, we mean real-time and embedded applications in medicine, with a special significance to the extreme doctors needs.

What do we stand for?
First, we strive to ensure the ability for application developers to create both soft and hard real-time and medical applications using Java Technologies.

Second, we believe that doing so requires the creation of Java Medical specifications which address all related technical concerns, or provides a common basis for implementations which address all related technical concerns. To ensure that the technical concerns of all parties involved in this complex application area can be met, we believe that specifications must be created in the context of an openly accessible and vendor-neutral forum. We seek to achieve a unified, consensus-based approach to supporting real-time applications using Java Technologies. We believe that an open process with full and equal participation of all companies and users is the best defense against fragmentation.

How to install Java apps on Android

Many people, especially older users of Symbian, will miss all the Java applications that now cannot be longer used because of a lack of support by the new Android devices. If you belong to this category of users, then you are just in the right place. This short and simple tutorial is just to guide you, step by step, so that you can install these Java apps on your new Android device. The procedure is very simple, but if you are not very experienced or-much less familiar with the kind of changes that will be proposed, remember that it is always advised to get help from those more experienced than you, to avoid any trouble with your phone.

jbedMake sure you have on hand the following files and devices ready:

- JBED.apk
- libjbedvm.so
- An Android device
- A file manager, such as ES File Manager

How to install Java apps on Android

First, we need to download the files needed for the installation of a Java emulator environment. The two files to download are JBED.apk and the library libjbedvm.so. You can then proceed to copy the second file (libjbedvm.so) within the folder ‘/ system / lib’ of your device, as shown, to allow proper installation of the emulator. To do this, you can make use of your favorite file manager, or you can use ES File Manager, a great file manager app which is completly free .

The installation of this emulator is very simple, just use the file  JBed.Apk (that you previously downloaded). The installation will take a few minutes to complete, and when this is completed, do not start the application, but reboot your phone and run the application JBed. This application allows the execution of the Java files on your system when no propetary or specific version (e.g. whatsapp for java) are found. Once JBed is started go to “Menu” and select the select the file with the extension. Jar and. Jad that you want to install. Indeed with the installation of JBed app you will be able to run them any java app as a regular app on your mobile phone, just as you did with your old device.

Whatsapp for Java

whatsappWhatsApp is an app used to send free sms to your friend who is also using the app via internet. WhatsApp is available for various platforms like android, windows, symbian and some e63, e71 and e72 phones. One who possess a smartphone can esily use Whatsapp.

How to Download Whatsapp for Java Phones
Whatsapp for java phones is like a dream for java mobile users. There is a solution for this and in this article you will notice how to download and install whatsapp for java phones.
WhatsApp for Java Phones run in nearly all java mobile phones with big screen (having at least 240×320 screen size, can’t say anything about other screens). It is 100% working and tested by me on some nokia phones like Asha 200, C2-03, etc. So without wasting time just click on below link to download WhatsApp for java phone and comment below to allow me know in case it is working in your phone or otherwise not.

There are 3 basic Steps to Install and Download Whatsapp for Java Phones:

1. Download both the files (WhatsApp_Messenger.jar and WhatsApp_Messenger.jad) from the link given below in your PC (not in mobile)
WhatsApp_Messenger.jar
WhatsApp_Messenger.jad

2. Copy both files in same folder in your phone, otherwise WhatsApp will not work.

3. You have done! Now you will need to run whatsapp from your mobile and enjoy using it.

Note: Downloading needs to be done in computer. If you download files from mobile then the file format does not support. By default, WhatsApp shows a “last seen” telling, timestamp other users the very last time you were on WhatsApp. Some of you may want to disable this timestamp, for privacy reasons. You can disable this timestamp on both iOS and Android.

If you’re an iOS or iPad user, you’re in luck, since all you have to do is go into Settings > Chat Settings > Advanced and set Last Seen Timestamp to Off.

Disable Last Seen Timestamp
If you’re an Android user, you won’t have access to this setting from the app itself. Instead, you’re going to need to rely on a third party app such as Hide WhatsApp Status. The app disables your data and WiFi connection when you open WhatsApp.

When you exit the app, your data and WiFi connections are reactivated, WhatsApp will sync, and your messages is going to be sent.