Where can I download Java for my mobile device?
Java capability for mobile devices is generally integrated by the device manufacturers. It is NOT available for download or installation by consumers. You need to check with your device manufacturer about availability of this technology in your device. Some PDAs (Blackberry, Palm), tablets (iPad, Android, Windows Surface RT), smart phones
Why do we need browser support for Java?
So, to run Applet, we need a Java-enabled browser. Browsers come with a Java plugin that allows the execution of an Applet on it. And so, the browsers that come to Java enabled, can run Applet without any hassle. So, now that we know why we need browser support for Java, let’s start with the list of browsers that support it today.
Which browsers no longer support Java applet?
So, as you can see that all these browsers not longer support Applet. Even the newer versions of Oracle’s JDK does not come with the support of the Java browser plugin. The reason for dropping the support was because of security issues and risks that were found. But there is Internet Explorer that still has the support for Java Applet.
Why is the Java browser plugin not supported by Oracle JDK?
Even the newer versions of Oracle’s JDK does not come with the support of the Java browser plugin. The reason for dropping the support was because of security issues and risks that were found.
What is Oracle Java for mobile devices?
Java for Mobile Devices is a set of technologies that let developers deliver applications and services to all types of mobile handsets, ranging from price efficient feature-phones to the latest smartphones. Oracle Java ME SDK 8.2 is now available to support Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.2 and 8.1 platforms and includes plugins for NetBeans.
What is the latest version of Oracle Java ME SDK?
Oracle Java ME SDK 8.2 is now available to support Oracle Java ME Embedded 8.2 and 8.1 platforms and includes plugins for NetBeans. MIDP, combined with the Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC), is the Java runtime environment for today’s mobile information devices (MIDs) such as mobile phones and entry level PDAs.
Why can’t I install Java on my Device?
See your device manufacturer’s website to determine if Java is available for your specific device. Windows Surface RT: Surface tablets using the Windows RT operating system do not support the Java plug-in. Java being a desktop program cannot be installed as it is not available in the Windows Store.