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Does it support JAVA

asked on July 13, 2013

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Yes, it supports JAVA. :-) It is an amazing device. I have traded in my iPad, mini-iPad, and other handheld devices for it. So lightweight and powerful enough to replace my laptop for many activities--not all, but a great deal!
Beth Gray-Robertson answered on July 13, 2013
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No it definitely does not support Java - you can't play any Java games (e.g. Pogo games), or interact with parts of websites that use Java plugins. You can't install the Java runtime environment or plugins, even if you download them. You can, however, play alternative games, such as HTML5 and Flash-based games.
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No it definitely does not support Java - you can't play any Java games (e.g. Pogo games), or interact with parts of websites that use Java plugins. You can't install the Java runtime environment or plugins, even if you download them. You can, however, play alternative games, such as HTML5 and Flash-based games.
The other replies, are, unfortunately, confusing JavaScript (programming language, which runs in modern browsers) with Java (from Oracle, runs applets using the Java Runtime Environment) - they aren't the same thing. see less
No it definitely does not support Java - you can't play any Java games (e.g. Pogo games), or interact with parts of websites that use Java plugins. You can't install the Java runtime environment or plugins, even if you download them. You can, however, play alternative games, such as HTML5 and Flash-based games.
The other replies, are, unfortunately, confusing JavaScript (programming language, which runs in modern browsers) with Java (from Oracle, runs applets using the Java Runtime Environment) - they aren't the same thing.

Dr. Mark Tweedie answered on July 13, 2013
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Yes -- although you may need to have JAVA as an extension, so it will be updated automatically (Settings, Extensions)
Lester Thompson answered on July 13, 2013
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