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  1. My laptop died recently so I won't be able to update the guide anymore, atleast not for the next 7-10 months. Gladly all emulators work with current instructions despite some of them being outdated. Hopefully it'll stay like that for some time. Either way, thanks for using my guides!
  2. The old one is still compatible with latest version. That said, I can't test this new high fps mode because I can't get more than 40 fps with MEmu on my craptop. If anybody can confirm that there's indeed over 60 fps on latest version of MEmu (and if it's capped at 60 fps using current .ova file) - then there'll be a reason for making new .ova, otherwise the old still works pretty fine.
  3. Make sure you're using latest version of MEmu from the topic and not the older one such as 3.3.0.2. If the problem won't be resolved - uninstall and install MEmu again.
  4. Just tested it - downloaded it from play store and it worked fine for me, had to enable showing virtual keyboard first. There're lots of keyboard apps though, keep trying.
  5. Just install any other keyboard app, Gboard for example, and set it as default keyboard app.
  6. I'm still positive that it happens because of hardware virtualization issue. Either way - can't help you, sorry. You can still try to use LDPlayer.
  7. Yes, Nox allows to play FEH without errors right out of the box, atleast for now. You should take in mind that the performance of Nox depends on hardware vitrualization in the same way as for MEmu.
  8. FEH isn't playable anymore on MEmu 3.3.0.2, update to the latest version using instructions in the topic.
  9. Thanks! At this point I'll just assume it's working for everyone, hopefully. I can't personally help you since I don't know much about this stuff in general, however I found this page which should be helpful.
  10. Thanks for confirmation! I hope it'll work for everyone. MEmu guide is updated for 6.2.1. Ovas make a comeback! Instead of replacing files now you can just import one of .ova files from the topic. Also android 7.1 .ova is added for "Disabled Google apps" solution.
  11. MEmu 6.2.1 is out and soon I'll update guides in the topic, but first I need someone to test this .ova for me on unmodified (no file replacement) MEmu 6.1.1 or 6.2.1.
  12. You're either using disabled google apps method (then why play store is enabled?) or didn't install microG properly.
  13. Instructions for NoxPlayer and LDPlayer are added to the topic. I'd like to see what you think of these emulators and are they better/worse in case of performance compared to MEmu.
  14. Alright, I think it's done, here it is. To install it launch LDMultiPlayer, press New/Clone -> New player, then Backup/Restore -> Restore -> downloaded .ldbk file. @lifeisfkup, could you try this out? You'd have to install international version of LDPlayer though, I hope it's not too problematic for you.
  15. Yes, I already got that, it's just that it would be nicer to not have any errors and also being able to see english interface as well, so...
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