SquirrelJME, how does it work?!

Hello, I’m trying to run some Java games with SquirrelJME core, with no success.

I downloaded the squirreljme.sqc (from the developers page) and moved it to the /system folder, but every game I try to run will give me the same error.

Is there any tutorial explaining what should I do? It looks like this core is a little complicated and lacks documentation. :frowning:

Thanks a lot!

Can you post a verbose log of you trying and failing to load a game?

This is a screenshot of me trying to load any jar. I don’t think I can reproduce a log because I’m not rooted. :frowning:

I’ll try to load it up this evening and see if I can get anything to work.

In waiting for your response anxiously. :slight_smile:

Hmm, i tried 2 games with the same results. I’ll try to talk to the author and see if we’re doing something wrong.

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Thanks a lot!

Just fyi, I have the squirreljme.sqc on the right place, and still doesn’t work. :frowning:

Hi! The bootloader doesn’t work yet, so you’ll have to wait.

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I’ll wait, thanks a lot for the response! :slight_smile:

I’m on the same boat. Very curious about this core since freej2me core seems to be dead :frowning: EDIT: Well, freej2me is not technically dead, but it’s still barely functional anyway.

Meanwhile i ran J2ME games using FreeJ2ME

or you can try -> https://github.com/KMFDManic-Cores/freej2me/tree/master/etc/libretro/core

But i don’t recomend this last one because i not had read the Source Code yet.

It’s been a while. Does this core load anything yet?

Im curious about this core too, J2ME games formed a huge part of my childhood if it starts to work it’ll be a dream come true even though I’m playing those games using J2ME-loader I prefer using Retroarch since it’s better organized.