Java is most successful mobile operating system for keypad phones developed by sun microsystems in 1999 even though Java is created for different purpose yet it eventually become world's popular and most used programming language to develop software for mobiles and PC.

Now java is owned by Oracle, anyway Nokia created a operating system named Symbian but it failed to beat Java as most companies like Google and people already got used to user friendly java development kit and easy to understand code to create apps and softwares etc.

However, when Apple launched iPhone smartphones with iOS operating system in 2007 people switched to iPhone from Java powered keypad phones and within a year in 2008 search engine Google launched smartphones with linux based operating system named Android.

Android is open source software due to that smartphones powered by Android are available for 1/10 price of iPhone thus most people started switching to Android leaving Java and other operating system behind, right now Java which once dominated keypad phones has very few users as even companies who make keypad phones using Kai OS.

But, Java is still used to develop apps for Android even though Google said to use Flutter which is best to develop modern apps, anyhow if you're someone who got used to Java phones then very likely you enjoyed playing Java games and running java apps right? If yes have you ever thought to experience them again?

Fortunately, we have many developers who created app version of few java games for Android on Google Play but they won't give you full fledged java experience so people whoever not satisfied with them can use J2ME emulator a open source app to play Java games on Android for free.

Yes, it's possible we can play Java .jar format games on Android using J2ME emulator but it's won't run Java apps so incase you need best alternative to J2ME emulator and want to run Java apps as well then we can use this amazing app named PPSSPP emulator.

PPSSPP is actually an emulator to play PSP games on Android but you can also use it to play Java games and apps using PSPKVM project .zip package easily for free, so do you like it? are you interested in PSPKVM? If yes let's know little more info before we explore more.

• How to download PPSSPP emulator •

It is very easy to download PPSSPP emulator from these platforms for free.

• How to download PSPKVM •

It is very easy to download PSPKVM from these platforms for free.

• How to play Java games on Android using PPSSPP emulator via PSPKVM with key features and UI / UX overview •

- First, download .jar java games or apps from

- Now, open PPSSPP emulator then tap on Load...

- Select from storage.

- Tap on Install
- Once installed, tap on Homebrew & Demos then tap on PSPKVM.

- Use Up and Downs and START button to select and start options.

- Select Find Applications 

- Select Install from memory stick (mso:/)

- It will open your storage files.

- Select folder where you have .jar apps or games.

- Select . jar files.

- Select preferred device.

- Bingo, Start playing Java apps and games.

Atlast, this are just highlighted features of PSPKVM there may be many hidden features in-build that provides you external benefits to give the ultimate usage experience, so if you want one of the best method to play Java games on Android  then PPSSPP + PSPKVM combination is best on go choice for sure.

Overall, PSPKVM comes with old and outdated interface still it's clean and simple interface that ensures user friendly experience, but as developer said it's final release we may not see any improvements or UI changes in future to make it even more better as of now PSPKVM is nice.

Moreover, it is definitely worth to mention this is one of very few methods available out there on internet to play Java apps and games on Android for free beside J2ME emulator, yes indeed if you're searching for such method then PSPKVM has potential to become you new favourite.

Finally, this is how you can play Java games on Android using PPSSPP emulator via PSPKVM, are you an existing user of PSPKVM? If yes do say your experience and mention which feature of PSPKVM you like the most in our comment section below, see ya :)