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Can I get a standalone Nokia emulator anywhere

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Is there a standalone Nokia emulator available anywhere? I want to run JAD files on it which are directly executable on Cellphone.
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But is this standalone? I want to run independant JAD files for which I don't have source. I can always run it from Jbuilder or SunOne but I need a standalone emulator to show demos to the people. I got one online at yospace.com but that's again web enabled while I need an exe or something which should be self sufficient.
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i believe its included
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With certain Nokia mobile emulators, you should have the ability to install it as a standalone application rather than a plugin for jbuilder and things like that.

Here are a few I personally use...

http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/0,6566,034-11,00.html
http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/0,6566,034-521,00.html
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