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The purpose of this thread is to avoid 803-3001 error on emulators. As of May, 2020 Fire Emblem Heroes 4.5.0 is playable on these emulators: NoxPlayer, LDPlayer and MEmu (also TianTian, but its interface is Chinese). NoxPlayer is the fastest one to set up and requires no extra steps, but in the same time it's the most demanding (in terms of hardware) emulator. Not recommended for low-end PC users. Spyware is included in this emulator, though there are ways of blocking it. MEmu and LDPlayer take a bit more time setting them up, but they'll work better on low-spec machines. I'd say LDPlayer is a bit faster than MEmu (in a sense that it loads your CPU a little less). Prerequisites for all emulators: x64 version of Windows 7, 8 or 10. Hardware virtualization should be enabled in bios. Notes: Important! You have to sign in with any Google account if you want to summon heroes, otherwise you'll get 803-3021 error. Important! Currently only arm (armeabi-v7a) version of FEH works on emulators. Do not try to install arm64 (arm64-v8a) version. All emulators come prerooted so you can reroll faster by removing deviceAccount:.xml file from data/data/com.nintendo.zaba/shared_prefs using any file manager with root access. Preinstalled browsers on some emulators don't work, in that case download any other internet browser to sign in with Nintendo account. You can run FEH in tablet mode. Go to settings of any emulator and set custom resolution to anything with 4:3 or 5:4 aspect ratio (such as 1024x768 or 1280x1024). If you have any questions - post here or contact me on Discord (IONN#1312) or Telegram (@IONN28). 1. NoxPlayer 2. MEmu 3. LDPlayer