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Which is the best Android Emulator in Windows

Jan 5, 2015 9:29PM PST

I have tried many Android emulator software in my Windows tablet like Bluestacks, Genymotion,Can some one help me with some comments or feedback for these products as I was never able to get Android experience like the way I use my Android Nexus tablet? Could any one suggest me with some alternative Products?

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Jan 6, 2015 8:11AM PST

I've stuck with the emulator from Google for years now. Works.
Bob

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Let me share the closest I've ever seen it.
Jan 6, 2015 8:18AM PST

I made a bootable USB stick with Android x86 from http://www.android-x86.org/ and on our Asus x202e it works better than expected. The touch screen, WiFi, Bluetooth, Audio and all work fine along with keyboard and mousepad.

What more could we want?

I guess you could try installing that in Virtual Box.
Bob

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Tried the same x86 image via virtual box
Jan 6, 2015 2:21PM PST

Hi Proffiitt,

I have tried the same x86 image with Oracle Virtual box, It supports features which you have mentioned ,But The apps performance and app compatibility are not proper. Even i cant find all the Google apps supported for this. So it seems little satisfactory for me.

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Odd. All good here.
Jan 7, 2015 12:16AM PST

Performance seems OK here. The average programmer laptop at the office is some i7 16GB RAM so emulation seems to be on par with the real device. The x202e running Android x86 is fine too.

What is this app compatibility issue?
Bob

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best android emulator
Nov 13, 2015 7:09AM PST

try memu its easy and fun to use it's the best try it

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