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Default Portable Android Emulator

Anybody here know where I can find a portable android emulator? I tried Bluestacks, but it looks like when you install Bluestacks, it has to install to program files and all users share the same file and that could possibly link accounts. Anyone know an emulator I can just use on my desktop like a portable firefox?
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What are you trying to do?
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What are you trying to do?
Run multiple accounts on an android emulator without linking any. I want to know a way to make the android emulator work with only the user accounts, not the whole computer.
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Default Re: Portable Android Emulator

Try using a VM OS (i.e. VMWARE)

Have you read the stealth guide yet?

Why do you want to use a mobile emulator device in the first place?
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It needs to be an Android/iOS/phone emulator, not a VPS.
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If you are dead set on using Android Emulation, try NOX and then install SwitchMe.

I have not tested it, so good luck.

Will you be running a Proxy or something?
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I'm using a VPN.
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I'm using a VPN.
Ok, and you have a separate VPN per account?
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Yes, different VPN per account.
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Default Re: Portable Android Emulator

I'm looking for an android emulator that I can use on different user accounts without the apps being connected to the main folder directory... which is program files... it shares everything throughout users by program files... so i need the emulator directory in a folder on the desktop of the accounts just like how firefox portable is...
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Default Re: Portable Android Emulator

Bluestacks - https://www.bluestacks.com/nl/index.html

Android emulator.
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Default Re: Portable Android Emulator

AMIDuOS - Has a free trial option, then a paid 10-15$ option depending on the OS.

Memu - ability to run multiple instances
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I'm looking for an android emulator that I can use on different user accounts without the apps being connected to the main folder directory... which is program files... it shares everything throughout users by program files... so i need the emulator directory in a folder on the desktop of the accounts just like how firefox portable is...
Is that all? easy as pie.
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Default Re: Portable Android Emulator

when someone said VM, I believe they meant to install the emulator on 1 vm, so the files will only be installed on the vm. make 1 vm per acc.
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I'm looking for an android emulator that I can use on different user accounts without the apps being connected to the main folder directory... which is program files... it shares everything throughout users by program files... so i need the emulator directory in a folder on the desktop of the accounts just like how firefox portable is...
Have you even tried what I suggested?
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Have you even tried what I suggested?
yeah it doesnt work
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Default Re: Portable Android Emulator

I tried using a lot of the android emulators, i found nox was the best out of all of them, but the problem is when i tried switching on my socks5 proxy and use nox firefox i check through whoer.net and it shows my VPN ip address and not my socks5 proxy. So i stopped using it because of that reason.
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I tried using a lot of the android emulators, i found nox was the best out of all of them, but the problem is when i tried switching on my socks5 proxy and use nox firefox i check through whoer.net and it shows my VPN ip address and not my socks5 proxy. So i stopped using it because of that reason.
Did you by any chance try installing the "Network Preferences Addon"? It's what I use for my Tablet (with Multiple Users and Proxy) and it works fine for me.
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Default Re: Portable Android Emulator

Nicks post had the best advice but it was ignored.

If you were to create an android VM it would be totally isolated from the rest of your computer.

Andy is another good emulator but it would be easier and more secure to make an Android VM and configure your VPN connection from within the VM.
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Nicks post had the best advice but it was ignored.

If you were to create an android VM it would be totally isolated from the rest of your computer.

Andy is another good emulator but it would be easier and more secure to make an Android VM and configure your VPN connection from within the VM.
Nicks did have the best advice but that's not what people want.....people want fast, easy, little work required.
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Nicks did have the best advice but that's not what people want.....people want fast, easy, little work required.
If those people would just give virtual machines a try they would realize that they are by far the most efficient way to manage multiple accounts!

Instead of clicking a Bluestacks icon on your desktop you click the VMWare icon, then you click "Power up this virtual machine". So using an Android VM would be precisely "1 click harder" than using an emulator on your desktop, lol.

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Did you by any chance try installing the "Network Preferences Addon"? It's what I use for my Tablet (with Multiple Users and Proxy) and it works fine for me.
after doing some more probing into my android emulator setup today, i tried installing the newest firefox apk file on NOX but it kept crashing, and when i downgraded to a lower version of firefox it still kept crashing on NOX. So i decided to install ProxyDroid app and use the browser app i checked on whoer.net and it hows the socks5 ip address now.

so i assume when you turn on proxy droid app, basically any app you use such as the paypal app will show the socks5 ip address?
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