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How to Enable (VT) Virtualization Technology on Windows

If you experience hanging or lagging periods while using an Android emulator like Nox App Player, Bluestacks or Genymotion, the most likely cause is VT (Virtualization Technology). Some PCs or laptops have this feature disabled by default. Virtualization technology has the potential to improve the performance of your Android emulator, enabling it to run faster and more smoothly. Of course, VT […]

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

How to Install Android in VirtualBox

Android is capable of running on a huge variety of devices, including those who have Windows as their primary OS. Although it’s possible to install Android directly on your PC, installing it inside VirtualBox is a far better solution. The advantages of installing Android inside Oracle’s VM VirtualBox are numerous. First of all, you don’t have to […]

How to Install and Run Android Emulator without an IDE

How to Prevent an Android Device from Overheating

Smartphones experienced a tremendous growth on various technical specifications in the last couple of years. Despite all those breakthroughs in processing power, one problem keeps bothering smartphone users. Excessive heating is an issue that can be hard to pinpoint, and blaming it all on the summer isn’t something you would want to do. The source of […]

Does Overcharging Affects your Android Device?

How to Manually Install Android CDC Driver on Windows

This post will guide you through the installation of Android CDC Driver on any computer. This tutorial can be tried successfully on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. You have all the instructions with screenshots down below. How to Install the Android CDC Driver Manually 1. Download and Extract the […]

How to Install Android Studio on Windows 10

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