If you just want to use JBit on your mobile phone, you can get it
- JBit.jad / jar (MIDP2, Paint, FileIE; 81K) - Version for modern MIDP2 phones (unless your phone is quite old, this is probably what you want).
- JBit2M.jad / jar (MIDP2; 57K) - Version for modern MIDP2 phones, if JBit is too big to run (or to download).
- JBit1M.jad / jar (MIDP1, MicroIO, no Demos; 43K) - Version for MIDP1 phones.
For the Java source code or the support files needed to develop JBit
programs on your computer, you can go to the SourceForge File