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Fire Emblem Heroes runs on these emulators: BlueStacks, NoxPlayer, MEmu and LDPlayer. BlueStacks and NoxPlayer require no extra steps, but they are the most demanding emulators. Not recommended for low-end PC users. LDPlayer requires no extra steps either, but it works better on low-spec machines. MEmu takes more time to set it up, but it has the best performance of all emulators, especially on low-spec machines. Prerequisites for all emulators: x64 version of Windows 7, 8 or 10. Hardware virtualization has to 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! Only arm (armeabi-v7a) version of FEH works on most emulators. You can install arm64 (arm64-v8a) apk only on MEmu Android 7 64-bit image (microG_716_76.ova). All emulators (but BlueStacks) are prerooted so you can reroll 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). BlueStacks Just download BlueStacks and install it. Download FEH from Play Store or get apk elsewhere and install it. NoxPlayer Just download NoxPlayer and install it. Use prebundled Android 5.1 instance or create a new Android 7.1 one in Multi-Drive. Download FEH from Play Store or get apk elsewhere and install it. LDPlayer Just download LDPlayer (Android 7.1 version is preferable) and install it. Download FEH from Play Store or get apk elsewhere and install it. MEmu Download MEmu 7.1.6 (don't download latest version from official site!) and install it. Don't launch MEmu when installation finishes, just close the installation window. Download microG_716_41.ova (Android 4.4), microG_716_51.ova (Android 5.1), microG_716_71.ova (Android 7.1, recommended) or microG_716_76.ova* (Android 7.1 64-bit). Open Multi-MEmu, press "Import" - "Import From File" and choose downloaded ova file. Start the ova you imported just now. First launch may take a while (1-3 minutes). 4.1. If you're using microG_716_76.ova (Android 7.1 64-bit), after your instance is launched and you're at home menu - install FEH, log in and download all data, when you'll get to home screen - close FEH and start it again, wait until you get to home screen again, close the game and then restart your instance of MEmu. This must be done only once after initial installation of FEH. Download FEH from Play Store or get apk elsewhere and install it. MEmu launcher is replaced with default android launcher and File Manager is replaced with MiXplorer, simple and fast file manager with root access. *Android 7.1 64-bit instance is somewhat unstable, sometimes FEH won't start or will crash randomly. This thread is no longer being supported by me, however I may update it from time to time.
Hello! I just want to some questions for my brother who is starting this game. So I heard rerolling on emulator seems to be fast but my brother is skeptical about it. His questions are: 1. Is it safe to make an account on an emulator? Is it different than making an account on a phone? (He is afraid his account might get ban or something if nintendo find out his account was made on emulator) 2. Is it safe to link the account to mynintendo after rerolling is done. He is think and afraid that since he is using a 3rd party application that logging in with his mynintendo account that people can see his information. Just want to say he is thinking to use the emulator to reroll and link after that he will play on his phone/tablet forever.
I tried to download Heroes with Nox twice. Installation didn't work because apparently it's not compatible (got an error message). Reinstalled... with the same result. But I heared by other people that this game apparently works on Nox. Did I do something wrong? I have no idea about the setup since I'm not familar with app-emulators at all. BlueStacks is way too slow for me, so this one is no option. I'd appreciate each little kind of help. Edit: Could fix it myself by download it from an other site. On google-appstore it wasn't downloadable for some reason. Can be locked.