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  1. As of May, 2019 FEH 3.5.0 is playable on three emulators: NoxPlayer, LDPlayer and MEmu (also TianTian, but I'm too lazy to write a guide about it). NoxPlayer is the easiest one to set up - just install it, change some settings, install FEH and that's basically it. However it's not the fastest emulator and tends to slow down, especially on weaker machines. MEmu and LDPlayer take more time to set up (just a little though). They are on par in terms of performance, however LDPlayer seems to work a little faster on weaker machines. Take in mind that MEmu was around for quite a long time and LDPlayer was just recently discovered. Prerequisites for all emulators: x64 version of Windows 7, 8 or 10. Hardware virtualization should be enabled in bios. These emulators will work much, much slower without enabling it first. P.S. With root you can reroll easy and fast by removing deviceAccount:.xml file from data/data/com.nintendo.zaba/shared_prefs using any file manager with root access. P.P.S. Little bonus: you can launch 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). 1. NoxPlayer 2. MEmu 3. LDPlayer
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