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    tutorial code crash on bluestacks emulator

    Hi,
    I am learning the unreal engine and very impressed with what it can do.

    I downloaded latest engine (4.14.3) and used the quickstart example (https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest...art/index.html), which worked perfectly on my windows machine.

    However, when I deploy the build to bluestacks emulator and run, it just shows "please wait" and then just crash.

    Is there a place I can see logs in bluestacks?

    thanks

    #2
    Hello daxu,

    Open the logcat monitor (located in <YOUR_ANDROID_SDK_LOCATION>\tools\monitor.bat), this should do the trick.

    <YOUR_ANDROID_SDK_LOCATION> is generally located in Appdata/Local if you use the Google Android SDK (coming from Android Studio for example) or in C:\NVPACK for CodeWorks Android SDK.

    Cheers!
    Last edited by Cypaubr; 02-17-2017, 07:29 AM.
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      #3
      You can download nox with 5.1 android in multi-nox and redo this comparison. But you don't have to, nox even with 5.1 android still stutter the most of time. Give a try to Memu, I was playing smoothly with that emulator, and nice to see if memu can beat Bluestack or not´╗┐.

      https://bluestacksguides.com/

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        #4
        Really? I use also that emulator but it makes my computer lag, after I upgrade it on latest version of bluestacks from 3 to bluestacks 4. https://bluestacksguides.com/ it gives me much straggling to use. Is there any way to fix it?

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          #5
          Originally posted by Mareake21 View Post
          Really? I use also that emulator but it makes my computer lag, after I upgrade it on latest version of bluestacks from 3 to bluestacks 4. https://bluestacksguides.com/ it gives me much straggling to use. Is there any way to fix it?
          System requirements for BlueStacks 4
          • OS: Microsoft Windows 7 and above.
          • Processor: Intel or AMD Processor.
          • RAM: Your PC must have at least 2GB of RAM. ( Note that having 2GB or more disk space is not a substitute for RAM)
          • HDD: 5GB Free Disk Space.
          • You must be an Administrator on your PC.
          • Up to date graphics drivers from Microsoft or the chipset vendor.

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