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How to Install Java Apps OTA to the LG Rumor Touch With MiniCommander-Willie Files Episode 2

Updated on February 28, 2011

In the Willie Files Episode 1, we explored how to download a JAR on your phone and extract the Manifest File to create a JAD using JTextLite.

In Episode 2, we will discuss Willie's pet app, MiniCommander.

It is a full touchscreen (although better used with a stylus or a makeshift stylus-such as a mechanical pencil without the led or a zip tie-yeah, I get creative) file manager, ftp, text editor, etc.

Willie recommends using MiniCommander as the primary app to create JAD files while he still prefers JTextLite as the app to edit/trim the JAD file.

If you are completely lost at this point, please read all the "Prerequisite Readings" linked to below.

To get MiniCommander and JTextLite, please visit my Mediafire folder below:

Danatheteacher's Mediafire Folder

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Meet MiniCommander

  • You will use the toolbar at the bottom of the screen & You will use your pull out keyboard as well.
  • First thing after launching, select "L" to get "FullScreen View" instead of a dual pane view.
  • If you press "1", it will bring up the "help" menu where you can see some basic commands. For our purposes, you will not need this, but if you want to use this for other purposes, I'd give it a look over.
  • If you want to go back to the file menu at any time, select "L".

Step One

  • Navigate to your APPS folder.
  • Make sure you have a JAR waiting to get a JAD living in there.
  • Select your JAR and double tap "R". 
  • This should bring up a file menu. 
  • From your pulled out keyboard, select "1" and then "6". 
  • This creates a JAD. 

Editing the JAD

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Edit the JAD (if necessary)

  • Select your new JAD, press "5" on pulled out keyboard.
  • This will bring up a three choice menu-on the keyboard, select "1".
  • In the next screen, press "5" to take you to the text editor.

To see what a JAD needs to look like see:

Things to NEVER DO:

  • Press "8" unless you want to delete something forever and ever.
  • Forget that this is a real file manager and can really screw stuff up if you delete the wrong thing or move something by accident. I highly recommend making a backup if you are able to do so before messing around.


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    • profile image

      BRETT 

      5 years ago

      HOW DO U THIS I DONT GET IT AND I DONT KNOW HOW. TELL ME EVERYTHING I HOW I DO HOW TO DO HELP PLEASE

    • profile image

      jason 

      7 years ago

      can some one go step by step im confused

    • Wllie in SF profile image

      Wllie in SF 

      7 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      I JUST FINISHED UPLOADING

      ANOTHER BATCH OF VMRT Apps.

      There are now well over 100 free

      apps that I have posted for

      everyone's use & enjoyment. Go

      to my Xchanger User Page to

      download FREE, VMRT-friendly

      ZIP files. (NOTE: each Zip file

      contains multiple VMRT-ready

      app, edited & trimmed Jad/Jar

      sets. NO need for a PC or any

      additional editing. DOWNLOAD

      the ZIP file. EXTRACT the Jad/Jar

      sets to your MicroSD Card 'APPS'

      folder. LOAD to your VMRT via

      the 'Media Card' folder as usual.)

      http://xchanger.mobi/v2/

      files.php?uid=6091&XID=f7d

      I posted an additional 9 Free ZIP

      files on: http://wapshare.us

      (Wapshare File Numbers:

      314614, 313861, 313807,

      313806, 313731, 313729,

      313730, 313728, 313733)

      For ZIP file contents and app

      details, please see my postings

      in the comments section of

      DanaTheTeacher's Hub at:

      http://hubpages.com/hub/

      Install-Non-Virgin-Mobile-Java-Apps-on-LG-Rumor-Touch

    • Wllie in SF profile image

      Wllie in SF 

      7 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      I added a bunch more apps for everyone to dload & test. ENJOY.

      MY DOWNLOAD PAGE @XCHANGER.MOBI:

      http://xchanger.mobi/v2/files.php?uid=6091&XID...

    • Wllie in SF profile image

      Wllie in SF 

      7 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      Looks good to me, Dana.

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