Officially Android can’t run on Java, (Android to Java that is) that includes all Java apps, like games, and other utility apps, in some cases even videos though it largely depends on format. Yet again Officially it can be done but it’s limited.
How then can you enable Java function on an Android device? Is it possible or is this mobile tutorial another trick? Well like before officially this is not possible as this Android Os is far more superior when compared with Java, Android can do lots of things that Java can’t, Java Os are built simply for feature phones and runs on minimal but common functions. If that is so then how? Like I wrote about turning (rooting) your Java phone to Android and Symbian on how to root your Java phone to Android which worked well, like that one this too is a tutorial.
Before we delve in note that although this tutorial helps you an Android user get some functions of Java Os when it comes to internet browsing, there exist another tutorial which if followed will make it possible for Android device to run Java apps, you could do this my using a tool that will recompile this Java into Dalvik codes.
1. Tap browser. This brings up your device browser
2. Tap the menu icon the the browser’s up right
3. Touch settings.
4. Tap enable advanced
Its benefits are many and cool too, that is if you love cook stuffs. Some of the benefits can’t be seem plainly but they are there, you just won’t see it but like air you’ll notice it.