Hi, I'm trying to develop a pc application(mainly for microsoft windows) to provide mobile phone simulation（especially on game) experience for the end users. It's like if you are an end user, you can download some mobile apps on your pc and test them on your pc rather than uploading to you mobile device before you really wanna have it.
I'm not trying to make it a device emulator with the os img installed, as there is no os img publicly available for some os, and it might not be so user-freindly either. All I wanna do is to load and parse the app installation file and simulate the look & feel of it, and help our users to make their decisions if they wanna install it or not.
If feasibly, we'd like to support the following mobile app file formats:
1). jar for j2me application(midp 1.x, midp 2.0, cldc 1.x, opengl 3d, feature phone api like nokia, sansumg, simense, motorola, etc.)
2). sis/sisx for symbian os(s60 v3, s60 v5, s60 uiq, s^2, s^3 etc.)
3). apk for android os(1.6, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.0 etc.)
4). cab/exe for windows mobile(mobile 2003, mobile 5.x, mobile 6.x etc.)
5). ipa for iphone(iphone 3g, 3gs, iphone 4, ipad, ipod etc.)
For jar it would not be such a big problem, as there are some apps like kemulator, microemulator succeed in doing this. For symbian/android, they might be no problem as they are both opensourced. But for windows mobile/iphone, they are big problems as there are no source code to reference, especially for iphone such a proprietary os.
Any suggestions or clues are greatly aprreicated. Thanks.