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Convert Symbian installation file to Java application descriptor file.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

Specialized utilities for Symbian phones like the SIS to JAR Converter can be used to convert various Symbian app installation packages (.sis, .sisx, .jar) between each other so they can be used on different versions of Symbian.

However, .jad files are just app descriptors and do not contain the actual app, they may be generated alongside the .jar file, but unlikely directly from a .sis file.

Updated: April 6, 2020

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SIS to JAR converter

A dedicated converter for Symbian packages

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Additional links: Open sis file, Open jad file


Files with sis suffix can be most typically found as installation sources for Symbian applications that were designed for Nokia Smartphones. SIS is abbreviation for Symbian Installation Source.


A jad file extension is used for Java Descriptor files, which generally describe MIDlets java applications.


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