Since Oxygene for Java is fully integrated into the Android tool chain, you can take advantage of cool features like wireless deployment and debugging.
All you need is a rooted Android device (phone, tablet, TV, watch, belt-buckle, etc.) running on the same Wifi network as your debug machine. Just install adbWireless on your device. Once adbWireless is activated (by touching the big button on the screen), use the Android Debug Bridge to connect to the device with the simple command *adb connect 192.168.0.10:5555. *The exact IP address, port and command are provided by adbWireless when it is activated.
Most Android devices can be easily rooted. You can find a lot of information about rooting many devices (not just Android) on XDA-Developers. If you choose to root your device you do so at your own risk.