Easy You don’t have to spend your money, just because you need to buy an Android device, you can convert your existing mobile device, especially if you are using Java phones to Android or Symbian free. This process is called rooting, rooting your Java phones to take on the shape you want it to be, in this case, be an Android. It’s possible to change your Java software configurations to imitate it’s Android counterparts or have some Symbian capabilities, but first, you have to go through the
process called rooting.
What is Java rooting? This the process of manipulating your Java device to get administrative access and use its functions without hindrance.
To do that follow this steps found at root your phones for a detailed explanation. Do everything written if you’re stuck you can always ask the author. There are some things you have to take care of first before you attempt to root your phone and turn it into a smartphone. Backup your important files, remove the memory card if possible.
Charge your battery after rooting.
Just because your Java phone will work like an Android providing you with the ability of switching applications just like Blackberry, minimization functionality just like Symbian and ability to download Android apps doesn’t mean you should stuff it full with any form of an app.
In fact, downloading too much app can get your phone down and possibly freeze or crash. If you have the means and the money to buy a new device you can go ahead and buy it, as there is no second-hand substitute for a new Android phone, to be honest.
This post was written for people who want to turn their Java phones into Androids, with nothing to lose. How to root a Java phone is very easy when you understand and follow all the instructions carefully, that’s why I gave you the above link, it’s explained in details there, with common questions and dead ends that you may encounter explained also.