The JAD (Java Application Descriptor) file extension is produced by software application developers to package a set of Java applications or games on a mobile phone. The file will generally contain all the information associated with the game or application including the version number, instructions and images. GBA (Gameboy Advance) files that will only play on a Nintendo Gameboy can be converted into a JAR file with a free online conversion tool and then into a JAD file with another free online tool so the game is compatible with your mobile phone.
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Visit the Share Jar website to access the JAR online conversion tool.
Click the "Choose file" button. Navigate to the GBA file on your computer, highlight it and click "OK."
Type the "Verification code" into the text box provided. Click on "Convert to JAR."
Click on "Save as" when prompted, select a destination for the JAR file on your computer and click "OK."
Go to the Share Jar website to access the JAD online conversion tool.
Click on the "Choose file" button, navigate to the JAR file you just saved on your computer, highlight it and click 'OK."
Type the "Verification code" into the text box provided. Click on "Get JAD."
Click on "Save as" when prompted, select a destination for the JAD file on your computer and click "OK."
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