Palm has an IBM Java WebSphere environment available for quite some time – but one needed to register to download it. However, this seems to have changed now – Palm has now offered its WebSphere Micro Environment for direct downloading here:

Palm claims the following units to be supported:

Treo 600 and Treo 650 smartphones, T|X, Tungsten C, Tungsten T3, Tungsten E,
Tungsten E2, Tungsten T5 and Zire 72 handhelds, LifeDrive mobile manager.

All others could obviously use MakeTungsten…

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8 Responses to “Palm Java – get it here”

  1. IMHO WebSphere still costs $6 dollars. The official page is here:

    However, if you fill out that form and enter that you have “a Tungsten T5, Tungsten E2, LifeDrive, Zire 72 handhelds or a Treo 650 smartphone handheld”. Then you are redirected to

    and this link has been published everywhere by someone :)

    MakeTungsten could help, but it is missing a lib on some devices (doesn’t work good on Sonys or Zodiacs), so there could be a detailled how-to for owners of these devices.

  2. Hi,
    do you have an idea what lib is missing?

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

  3. Not any more if you go to that page you get “JVM download for Palm OS devices no longer available from Palm

    As of January 12, 2008, Palm no longer has rights to distribute the IBM WebSphere Micro Environment Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to our customers. JVM allows users to install and run Java applications and games on Palm OS devices.”

  4. Hi,
    I am still pursuing the interview on the topic – the Palm folks didnt feel like responding so far…

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

  5. does any one could send me the WebSphere? As noted, it is no loger available at Palm?

    Thank you.

  6. hope it works

  7. pls can anybody help me how to get java on my palm treo 680.i want to download softwares and play games

  8. Thanks foг eνery оther informative site.

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