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[2019-03-07 v6.1.0 & Android 7.1] MEmu - Most Powerful Android Emulator

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16th January 2016, 04:55 AM |#611  
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just wondering before i give it a try, whatre the min specs required? i cant seem to find them on the net. my core2duo doesnt support visualizations, but bluestacks, genny, all virtual boxes and a few more emus run just fine without it
 
 
16th January 2016, 07:41 AM |#612  
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just wondering before i give it a try, whatre the min specs required? i cant seem to find them on the net. my core2duo doesnt support visualizations, but bluestacks, genny, all virtual boxes and a few more emus run just fine without it

Yes, OP has forgotten to add "System Requirements" in this thread's initial post. A real shame, IMHO.

I believe MEmu's system requirements can be summarized as
  1. Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8.x / Windows 10
  2. AMD or Intel CPU (with Virtualization Technology support preferred )
  3. At least 1024 MB RAM
  4. GPU with OpenGL 2.0+ support
  5. At least 1 GB of free disk space under installation path (for saving the data of the apps you may install) and 500 MB under system disk
but I'm not sure.
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16th January 2016, 08:38 AM |#613  
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Great application for playing android games on PC
16th January 2016, 09:43 AM |#614  
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Amazing! Bluewhat? I put MEmu on my Little acer aspire laptop and it makes my windows 10 look like that trash it is, comparing them side by side. Was a little buggy until i turned off all my backbround processes, then it was smooth sailing. Where do donations get sent, I havent looked if anything about thats posted yet, sorry for asking if it has been already. Awesome job
16th January 2016, 11:16 AM |#615  
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Thanks for this it's much faster than bluestack but how can i improve my network connection.? I play vainglory but the ping is so high. Thanks

In MEmu install and run a Terminal Emulator in order to try to set network speed, as demonstrated next





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16th January 2016, 03:41 PM |#616  
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i have an important question does it support intel atom z2760 i heard it has power vr gpu thing that is not supported it would be a miracle if it did *.* ? please reply as soon as possible
16th January 2016, 06:24 PM |#617  
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Use Kodi instead of Youtube App to watch Youtube videos on MEmu
If you really want to play Youtube videos on MEmu (wondering how crazy you have to be?) I suggest to install KODI (formerly known as XBMC - Xbox Media Center), most of us know in the world of Windows PCs it's a great successor to Windows Media Center (WMC), which got removed with Windows 10.



How to activate Youtube add-on in Kodi in detail is explained here.
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16th January 2016, 06:38 PM |#618  
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windows 7 dell inspiron 1545 installed fine but when i click to open it loads in system tray then icon disappears and nothing happens? i meet the requirements mentioned above
17th January 2016, 01:29 AM |#619  
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In MEmu install and run a Terminal Emulator in order to try to set network speed, as demonstrated next





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Thanks for this, but can you provide larger image as i can't see the text. Thanks again.
17th January 2016, 04:40 AM |#620  
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Linux support will be fine.
17th January 2016, 04:40 AM |#621  
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Thanks for this, but can you provide larger image as i can't see the text. Thanks again.

What I'ld do: Save image to desktop / laptop, then open it with Windows's inbuilt viewer where you can zoom it.

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My skills in Linux are miserable, hence don't expect further support by me if it comes to Linux.
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