We can also get you our internal version that supports DirectX to test.
@Nimras186 To double check, you downloaded the game from play store, right?
Version: 1.2.1d Updated on Jun 22, 2016?
And what is the your CPU model, memory size?
I use "share folder" feature of the VBox. It is more convenient than command-line "adb install". Here is the easy steps to do:
1, Run VirtualBox.exe in folder c:\Program Files\LeapDroid\VM
2, Click Settings->Shared Folder for vm1
3, Click "+" button on the right side, then choose the Host folder you want to share.
Done! I can see the shared folder mounted to /mnt/shared/ in the LeapDroid.
00:00:13.891446 SharedFolders host service: Adding host mapping 00:00:13.891474 Host path 'C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Roaming\yiwanzhushou\shared', map name 'yw_shared', writable, automount=true, create_symlinks=false, missing=false
Yes, you can change the resolution this way:
Inside Android, open Settings > Display > Resolution > Landscape Resolution, you can change. Resize the window, or maximize it, to see the change. Our launcher has issues, but all other apps should work with the new resolution. You can reboot the vm, and new settings will be remembered.
We will expose this to command options. With our vm, you can actually use arbitrary display resolutions.
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