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How to Fix “Error 25000” in Bluestacks on PC

Bluestacks emulator is arguably the most simple way to run Android apps on your PC. This free emulator has an impressive compatibility rate and is capable of decent frame rates on even the lowest system configurations. There is, however, a fairly common problem reported by users who are trying to install Bluestacks on systems which have […]

Fix BlueStacks 2 “System Service Exception” Error on Windows 10

How to Fix Genymotion “Virtual device got no IP Address” Error

If you have been struggling with Genymotion’s “Unable to Start Device, The Virtual Device got no IP address” you arrived at the right place. Although this problem can have multiple causes, we put together a guide that will almost definitely solve your Genymotion “Unable to start virtual device” error. Follow the guide down below to get Genymotion’s […]

How to Enable (VT) Virtualization Technology on Windows

How to Move or Export an Android Studio Project

Android Studio has become the most convenient IDE for Android development, outsmarting Eclipse. Compared to Eclipse, a lot of things are simplified in AS, and the auto-complete tool is perfect for coding beginners still learning the basics of Android. If you are operating from multiple workstations, it’s essential to be able to migrate your projects to any […]

How to Use Bluestacks Emulator with Android Studio

How to Share Files Between Android and Windows in AMIDuOS

AMIDuOS brings nothing less than the full Android experience on Windows. With all the features that Android users came to love, this software will allow you to run all the Android applications available in Android markets. Because PCs and laptops have much more processing power, AMIDUOS will run at an incredible speed and perform all your […]

How to Install Android APK in AMIDuOS on Windows

How to Connect AMIDuOS with Android Studio

AMIDuOS brings the functionality, depth, and fun of Android to Microsoft Windows devices. It allows for easy switching between Windows and Android without the need of dual boot. AMIDuOS uses OpenGL drivers and 3D acceleration to drastically improve frame rates and support even the most high-demanding Android games. AMIDuOS can also be used for testing […]

How to use a PC Keyboard in Android Studio Emulator

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