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Posted · Original PosterOP

I read online that andyroid was decent, but during downloading it kept trying to install bloatware, and once downloaded it was filled with ads and had poor performance.

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Tried both bluestacks and Nox, both were decent but nox was a little snappier for me.

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, Stefken89 said:

Tried both bluestacks and Nox, both were decent but nox was a little snappier for me.

 

bluestacks is working great so far. Does anyone happen to know a way to make my mouse click a hundred times a second or something. I play clicker games and i cant click too fast with only one mouse key.

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1 hour ago, fordaov3rlord said:

bluestacks is working great so far. Does anyone happen to know a way to make my mouse click a hundred times a second or something. I play clicker games and i cant click too fast with only one mouse key.

I did that with https://www.murgee.com/auto-clicker/

It did what had to do :-)


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You could try remix OS in a vm. It adjust everything to be more "computer" friendly. 


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Many of them just use Virtualbox indirectly.  Those should all perform about the same, and depending on how well they're written, may or may not mess up any VirtualBox installs you already have.

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Nox has a built-in script that is useful in some popular games for grinding experience\currency, one of those are Tap Titans series, FFBE, other games that involve fast clicking for generating income. Nox for me is better than Bluestacks 2, since it provides utilities for gamers that Bluestacks 2 wont.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
18 hours ago, VerticalDiscussions said:

Nox has a built-in script that is useful in some popular games for grinding experience\currency, one of those are Tap Titans series, FFBE, other games that involve fast clicking for generating income. Nox for me is better than Bluestacks 2, since it provides utilities for gamers that Bluestacks 2 wont.

Shame nox auto downloads a shit ton of bullshit bloatware you cant delete

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3 hours ago, fordaov3rlord said:

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Really? I havent noticed mine with any new application so far and it never notified me to do so. When using Bluestacks 2, i constantly had to download 3 apps to keep playing my game.

 

So a back-background no notification installation of applications you cant even see, is that it?


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On 3/15/2017 at 3:28 PM, PenPoint said:

Running Android-x86 through VMware.

Is this a bad idea everybody?

nah android x86 is great, it just has a lot of issues with networking in my experience unless you go ham with ifconfig from a terminal. I never managed to get android x86 to download files big enough to trigger the "only over wifi" warning, which was a problem as it detected the ethernet connection as a mobile data connection so wouldnt download through it. 


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in seriousness though, do you not have a spare android device laying around ? i kept my s4 mini for this exact purpose


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 hours ago, DnFx91 said:

in seriousness though, do you not have a spare android device laying around ? i kept my s4 mini for this exact purpose

I don't have any mobile device of any kind.

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Bluestacks is the one I use


My stuff:

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CPU :  Intel i5 8400 | GPU : MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4GB

 

RAM : HyperX Fury DDR4 @ 2400MHz

 

Mouse : Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum | Keyboard : Logitech G610 w/ Cherry MX Brown

 

Headset : Kingston HyperX Cloud and Steelseries Siberia 200

 

Monitor : Philips 220C 1680x1050 @ 60Hz

 

Consoles : PS2, PS4, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL, Xbox 360

 

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On 15.3.2017 at 5:44 PM, fordaov3rlord said:

bluestacks is working great so far. Does anyone happen to know a way to make my mouse click a hundred times a second or something. I play clicker games and i cant click too fast with only one mouse key.

I have a macro on my G502 to click once every 20 milliseconds, use it in CS.GO since that mouse is really bad for spamming tec-9. Practically clicks 50 times a second


My stuff:

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CPU :  Intel i5 8400 | GPU : MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4GB

 

RAM : HyperX Fury DDR4 @ 2400MHz

 

Mouse : Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum | Keyboard : Logitech G610 w/ Cherry MX Brown

 

Headset : Kingston HyperX Cloud and Steelseries Siberia 200

 

Monitor : Philips 220C 1680x1050 @ 60Hz

 

Consoles : PS2, PS4, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL, Xbox 360

 

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On 4/19/2017 at 11:29 PM, Neil_Hines said:

Hi, friend I didn't know about Android Emulator. Anyone guide about it what is it and how it will work in my Android Smartphone?

an Android emulator isn't for emulation on your smart phone, it's for emulating a virtual android device on your computer.

 

You can use something like Bluestacks to run a virtual android device; it will allow you to set up your google information, so you can sign in under your device. You can also use it to spoof GPS location (popular in AR games such as Pokemon GO, however this may result in you being banned).

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