JPC x86 (DOS)

JPC x86 (DOS)


An IBM compatible PC emulator that can run early operating systems such as MS-DOS on your Android device.

This is a port of JPC for Android. JPC is a pure Java emulation of an x86 PC hardware in software.

Bundled in this release is FreeDOS (Like MS-DOS) and a selection of shareware games on a virtual drive C:/

This emulator is extremely demanding and will only run on modern devices. Keyboard and mouse input is very basic and is still in development.

This is intended for demonstration use only, although the bundled games run, they are not playable.

JPC is open source software and available here:
http://jpc.sourceforge.net

Recent changes:
Requests large heap, this should help reduce out of memory errors.
Add to list
Free
64
3.2
User ratings
740
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
0
File size
3663 kb
Screenshots
Screenshot of JPC x86 (DOS) Screenshot of JPC x86 (DOS) Screenshot of JPC x86 (DOS) Screenshot of JPC x86 (DOS) Screenshot of JPC x86 (DOS)

About JPC x86 (DOS)
An IBM compatible PC emulator that can run early operating systems such as MS-DOS on your Android device.

This is a port of JPC for Android. JPC is a pure Java emulation of an x86 PC hardware in software.

Bundled in this release is FreeDOS (Like MS-DOS) and a selection of shareware games on a virtual drive C:/

This emulator is extremely demanding and will only run on modern devices. Keyboard and mouse input is very basic and is still in development.

This is intended for demonstration use only, although the bundled games run, they are not playable.

JPC is open source software and available here:
http://jpc.sourceforge.net

Recent changes:
Requests large heap, this should help reduce out of memory errors.

Visit Website
User reviews of JPC x86 (DOS)
Write the first review for this app!
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 15, 2014
Awesome i still use dos But... it doesnt save anything why
A Google User
Jul 9, 2014
Like dos but... It's slow and does not have full support for a physical keyboard (I have one connected to my phone via micro usb male to usb female cable)
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
Better then aDOSBOX! aDOSBOX is getting really dated.
A Google User
Jul 5, 2014
Too good
A Google User
Jun 30, 2014
Amar Xcellent job