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    Exclamation Converting installed java files (.jar.#/.jar.$) back to executable java

    Hello!
    I have a number of java games installed on my mobile (SE W890i). When accessing the hidden folder \System\ams, my installed games are present there, in the form of

    EXAMPLE.jar.$
    EXAMPLE.jar.#

    Others are just in the form:

    EXAMPLE2.$
    EXAMPLE2.#

    the .# files have a much greater size....basically the same as the original executable jar (about 300/320kb) however the .$ files have basically nothing - around 1kb, mostly 0kb.

    What I was wondering...is there any way to convert these files back to the original executable jar file. Have you heard of anything that could do this. I looked around and have nothing NOTHING like this anywhere.......perhaps there may be a program or something.

    I have tried renaming the .# files to .jar, which says it is an executable jar, but when installing this on my phone, an error message comes up. Maybe there is a way to combine these .# and .$ files to create an executable jar....i don't know. Anyway, any help would be much appreciated!

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    Thumb rule: If you can't do it easily, it's in violation of the licensing terms.

    Why do you want to do this anyways? Why not re-download the JARs from wherever you got them in the first place?

    db

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