Open JAD File
JAD file extension is used by
JAD files contain the following tags:
- MIDlet-1 - contains information about application name, icon and startup class
- MIDlet-Jar-Size - number of bytes in the application JAR file
- MIDlet-Jar-URL - Internet address where application archive can be downloaded
- MIDlet-Name - redundant tag used to store application name only
- MIDlet-Vendor - information about the company that authored the MIDlet
- MIDlet-Version - application version number
- MicroEdition-Configuration - information about CLDC version required to run particular MIDlet
- MicroEdition-Profile - information about MIDP version required to run particular MIDlet
If you need to open JAD file and view what is inside you can just rename it to TXT and view it in any text editor.
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