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      Malicious and Banned Links   10/09/2016

      Please be careful of downloading ANY LINKS that are not originating from a MyBot.Run URL or another trusted URL (such as apkmirror.com, bluestacks, memu, xda-developers, etc).   We have banned ALL telegram links and other verified malicious links we have come across already. Users attempting to do this or get around this ban will be banned permanently.   Please report ANY suspicious links to MyBot Staff or pm me directly
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      MyBot.run V7.6.1 RELEASED!   08/11/2018

      MyBot.run continues the legacy again with release of V7.6.1!!   This release supports the June 2018 game update and has some new features hidden inside as well   Get your copy in thread below!!   Click here to get to the release thread MyBot.run v7.6.1 Release

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  1. What is "Best" Emulator? There is constant debate about "What is best emulator?" Even among developers! "Best" is relative question and depends on many factors: with hardware available and actual use requirements being dominate factors. More useful questions to ask are: What emulator is: - best for limited resource PC? - best for multi-instance? or maybe - easiest to setup and use by newbie? First: Easiest to install and setup by Newbie! ALL emulators are packaged by creators to be easy with auto installation! For majority of PC hardware, MyBot.run will auto set the required emulator window size for image detection to run as designed and use does not need to change anything. The challenges occur when PC hardware or configuration require changes for emulator to work with MyBot.run farming bot. So there can a couple problems with easy setup, that are easy to solve: [and are well documented in these forums] >> Memory limitations: >Running ANY emulator without lag requires about 2GB system RAM per instance. Some require less, but you still need RAM for OS to run without lag too. Anyone with less 4GB of system ram may have lag issues. : Solution: Set limit on memory use allowed by emulator, recommend 512-640MB maximum. Bluestacks requires editing registry, Memu requires custom settings on config panel. >> Display size limitations: >Bluestacks does not support full background mode, like other virtual box based emulators. [fakes BG mode by hiding window off screen, hehe] This means NOTHING is allowed to overlap the BS window (mouse, other windows, etc), or bot fails to operate as designed. : Solution: Use a minimum display resolution of 1366x768 with task bar hidden, or minimum standard resolution of 1440x900 with task bar always visible. Plus keep mouse out of BS window even when using Background mode, or use Dock mode. > Memu has internal feature to auto-size the window which will attempt to over ride MBR display size settings on PC with display resolution of less 1366x768. : Solution: Include hide the Windows task bar to stop Memu resize, and/or change Memu internal settings and force window resolution. >> Anti-Virus (AV) Program Compatibility: >All emulators store large virtual disk (VDisk) files on PC. Any installed AV program with real time scanning will constantly be checking these files and can slow emulator performance. :Solution: Exclude the emulator VDisk files from within AV program. > Some AV hook into the virtualization and significantly reduce Android performance. :Solution: Avast users may have problems, unless you disable hardware-assisted virtualization in troubleshooting section of Avast. >> Hyper-V virtualization Compatibility: Hyper-V virtualization support must be disabled with bcdedit. If Hyper-V is enabled, Virtual Box based emulators (all except BS1) will have lag issues, or may not even install/run. Second: What emulator uses least amount of resources? (and which run's best on MY PC) Here are typical rankings of resources required by supported emulators based on miscellaneous pile of random developer data: A >> PC more than 3 year old, SINGLE instance: #1 = BS v0.10.7 un-rooted set to 512MB memory >> lowest resources, fastest running, fewest issues #2 = Memu v2.5 - v2.86 >> if PC is more than 5 years old, may not support required virtualization and will have lag, v2.5 recently started having random wifi issues with CoC servers Note: If Memu runs without lag on your older PC, difference in resources required between #1 & 2 is less than 15%. #3 = BS v2.2 rooted set to 512MB memory or Nox or Droid4x >> About same, all work, but amount of lag depends on hardware when above have issues B >> PC less than 3 years old, SINGLE instance: #1 = BS v0.10.7 un-rooted set to 512MB memory >> lowest resources, fastest running #2 = iTools >> if you can get past Chinese only setup, works well #3 = LeapDroid >> not recommended due being discontinued, no new versions, future support limited #4 = Memu v2.86+ >> requires proper BIOS Vtx virtualization setting for best performance, older versions started having CoC server wifi issues lately. Note: difference in resources required between each of above is less than 10% overall. #5 = BS v2.2+ >> Easiest install/setup, higher resources than above #6 = Droid4x >> supported, but not recommended due overall speed, and various random issues with version updates #7 = NOX >> Supported, but not recommended as it has minor annoying problems due different control mechanisms than other emulators supported. C >> Less than ~3 year old PC with multi-instance required: #1 = iTools >> if you can get past Chinese only setup, lowest resources for multi-instance #2 = LeapDroid >> not recommended due being discontinued, no new versions, future support limited #3 = Memu v2.5 thru v2.86 >> fewest issues with setup/config, v2.5 recently started having random wifi issues with CoC servers Difference in resources required between 1, 2, & 3; is small, well less than 10% between 1 & 3. #10 = Nox or Droid4x > both will run multi-instance, but require significantly more resources than above. Note: resources required are higher when using more than 1 brand of emulator with multi-instance. Try to use all same brand. D >> Multi-instance with PC older than 4 years old: #1 = Run one native BS v0.10.7 un-rooted set to 512MB memory and run other instances inside VMWare Player v7.1.2+ (not workstation product which uses more resources) with Tiny7, each running same BS v.010.7 #2 = Run different emulators - BS v0.10.7 un-rooted set to 512MB memory >> lowest resources, fastest running, fewest issues - Plus up to one each of Memu, Nox, Or Droid4x that runs on the older PC If having lag issues with multi-instance set up, read this post to learn areas that may need optimization in your system. Final comments: #1 - If you need information about one of the emulators listed above, or want information on how to optimize performance for them; please search the forum for answers. This thread is not for discussing how to use different emulators. There are specific threads for each emulator type where this is discussed! #2 - This rank list has averaged data in it. There will always be hardware configurations that will use more/less resources to run specific emulator version, and can be more highly optimized to run one emulator better than others. For emulators where resource requirements are very similar, the ranking on highly optimized hardware may be little different. But, the top 2-3 will still be the top emulator choices. #3 - The rank order list is constantly being attacked from every direction, and comparing data on it can be like comparing apples to oranges. - Every time a new emulator version is released, it can be faster/slower which will change ranking slightly. - Development team is constantly working to improve and optimize emulator management to get best performance from each one. #4 - Above ranking is subject to change without notice and change at random times as decided by magic leprechauns that make up these lists.
  2. How To Download MyBot.run Clash of Clans Farming Bot Thank you for asking how to download MyBot.run!! Current official bot release and download links can always be found in Official Releases forum section. Having problems? If you have issues and the GitHub links in current release thread do not work for you, then you may have a local network or PC issue that needs to be fixed? 1) Have you used another CoC bot before finding MyBot.run? Oops. No problem! Some copy cat bots that steal MBR code, and offer it for sale will perform a HOSTS file HIJACK. This will block your PC from reaching GitHub (and sometimes MBR forums). Your favorite search engine can show you how to check and edit your HOSTS file for your Windows OS version, here is one example site. While very rare, some older web browsers can also be hijacked to block websites. To fix this you need to clear your entire browser history (only works after other CoC bot is removed from system). 2) Do you have internet filter or firewall at your location? Since GitHub is public site, and there can be any kind of software available for download (including hacking tools); Some countries and corporations will block GitHub. If you are trying to reach GitHub behind one of these firewalls, then either need to use VPN, or some other internet location to bypass the blocking filters. 3) Is download blocked by Anti-Virus (AV) program? The bot is not a virus. It is made with a scripting language named AutoIt, which is sometimes used by people to create malware. This causes antivirus programs to mark ALL AutoIt programs as viruses, even if they don't harm your system. The AutoIt code of the bot is freely available; you can look through it and compile it yourself if you are worried. Need more information? Read this from people who make AutoIt language used to create MBR: https://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/AutoIt_and_Malware If the bot is detected by your antivirus software: create new folder to store MBR download zip file, add the folder to your antivirus exception list/whitelist and download/extract the bot to that same folder. 4) Are files missing from your download? When visiting GitHub site to download MyBot.run and not using the .zip download links in our release thread, beware that you may not be downloading the proper branch of repository. Our master branch is only used to store version files to notify users for new releases. A zip file with latest release can always be found on releases page of GitHub. Another missing file issue can be your Anti-virus software removing files from zip file, or deleting them when extracted. Read #3 for more information regarding AV problems. General Information: MyBot.run uses GitHub software sharing site for all software releases with community. Our GitHub repository top level is here > https://github.com/MyBotRun/MyBot On this site, you find newest and all past releases by development team. Our repository even has a Wiki with installation, licensing, and History of MyBot.run. The Github repository is primarily used as our download library and is not open for public editing. All problems/issues/bug reports are only supported via this web forum. Thanks for supporting your community!
  3. Dec Update: Bluestacks versions below v3.0 have known compatibility issues with latest Windows 10 and Windows Server 2017 OS updates. 2017 Windows 10 OS "creators" update that is finally being rolled out to most PC worldwide. This update force enables HyperV emulation, and this is not compatible with Bluestacks v1 or v2. Compatibility information is available on Microsoft or Bluestacks support web sites. If you disable the new HyperV setting in control panel (and prevent latest virtual desktop features from working), BS v2.5 can be used on some Windows 10 PC. If you can not disable HyperV emulation, then you need to use BS v3+ on Windows 10 2017. It is possible to force BS versions prior to V2.5 to run with 2017 Windows 10 creators update, but it requires several permanent changes to system registry and other system setting changes (not recommended for typical PC user or PC being used for more than farming). Windows 7/8 users can continue to versions 0.10.7 unrooted, v2.2 and v2.5 described below. For all versions, SC game update sometimes require Google Play Store, Google Play Games, or Google Play Services updates to work properly.. Make sure you have latest versions in Play Store! Here are some notes on various Bluestacks versions for reference: -- BS v0.9.X - Not recommended Used by many community members. No reason to upgrade unless you have issues with Google Play Games and "Gamer ID". Has many reported problems with Google Play games and Google Play services auto app updates. These require you to remove/reinstall CoC app and Google Account with every major update. Since the October 2016 game update, this version now has issues randomly crashing game and returns to main BS home screen. -- BS v0.10.X - Recommended Windows 7/8 only >>> BS v0.10.7.5601 non-rooted Most older rooted BS versions crash since Oct 2016 update, but original version can be downloaded from FileHippo and is running fine for most community http://filehippo.com/download_bluestacks_app_player/64518/ Non-rooted version does require manual removal of free download games advertising. Just Disable 'App Sync' & 'My Bluestacks' Apps (Disable Option Is in AppInfo) To Remove Bluestacks Ads" or follow the instructions here > http://druss.co/2015/06/how-to-remove-bluestacks-ads-sponsored-apps-popup/ While BS is spamming older version BS users with messages to upgrade, and even forcing automatic updates to latest version; v0.10.7 is best emulator for running a single emulator on your PC. Fastest, lowest resources, and is heavily used by community with great success. Has had some minor issues with Google Play service updates not being applied properly and Google Play Games "Gamer ID" failing to operate. Unless you understand process for fixing app version compatibility issues, most problems with this version are solved with simple removal & installation, install latest Google Play Games, and the install latest CoC. -- BS v2.0.X - Not recommended for new installations >>> BS v2.0.2 rooted ALL versions of BS prior to latest v2.2 are being spammed with upgrade notices. Most stable version found by MBR community is v2.0.2. The rooted version available in our forums was created by a Russian user and has some minor language/keyboard settings that are easily to change, and it works well. Most of Google Play games updates experienced with v0.1.X are gone with this version. Requires more system resources and users of old Core Duo CPU report minor lag issues. A portion of community have reported that this rooted version has same CoC app crash as all v0.XX versions. -- BS v2.1X - Not Recommended for new installations ALL versions of BS prior to latest v2.2 are being spammed with upgrade notices. Most stable version with spam free download found by MBR community is v2.1.7. Some Win 10 users report lag issues with all 2.0.X versions is lower using v.2.1.X. I recommend you download spam free native BS installer for v2.1.7.5658 linked from XDA site: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/BlueStacks_App_Player Look in table of BS versions for v2.1.7.5658 and it has a download link. Then use the instructions in this thread using BS Easy to create your own de-bloated & rooted BS: https://mybot.run/forums/index.php?/topic/15318-tools-auto-root-any-bluestacks-remove-ads-08103096-to-2185663/ This process is not hard. But, There is no shame in admitting that creation of your own rooted version of BlueStacks is too complicated for you to accomplish. You can use any recommended version. Update: The newer v2.2+ versions of BS2 fix internal bugs with app compatibility, and bot has been taught how to better control them. -- BS v2.2.X+ - Most releases up through v2.5.XX have been tested to work better on Win7/8 systems - may not work for every hardware configuration. All version of BS after v2.1.8 included 2 different virtualization engines in program. They have legacy mode for older PC, and new virtualization engine that is using Oracle Virtual box technology used by some of newer emulators. New virtualization engine allows BS to have multiple apps open in separate tabs (in halt state when hidden - not useful for bot), and quickly switch between them. Development team has been in constant update mode trying to deal with v2.2+ BS and fact that is installs/behaves differently based on users hardware configuration. Many users of i3/i5 CPU prior to Gen 4 hardware are having issues with new virtualization support, and get errors such as BS is stuck trying to start up. One of our long time top contributors has posted rooted v2.2.27.6431 & rooted v2.4.43.6254 in this forum. So if your PC is less than 2-3 years old; one of these versions may work well for you. Note: It appears the newest versions of BS are now setting a default Android DPI of 240 in registry. The bot image detection is trained with standard DPI setting of 160 used on older versions. You need to check registry and edit/remove this new setting as discussed here. -- BS v2.5.X+ - Supported on Windows 7/8/10, Recommend v2.5.43 All recent versions of BS 2.5.x should work. A copy of BS v2.5.43.8001 rooted can be found here: https://mybot.run/forums/index.php?/topic/23339-rooted-bluestacks-25438001/ MBR v6 had some issues controlling latest BS2 versions. Since V7 release these have been resolved and BS2.5 works well with bot. The v2.5.43 has fixed most of the installation issues on older PC where wrong virtualization mode was selected, and run well on older or resource limited PC. All above BlueStacks Versions: Will need to apply registry fix to stop BS phoning home and forcing auto update without your approval. https://mybot.run/forums/index.php?/topic/19107-tool-remove-bluestacks-shared-folders-stop-spam-in-taskbar/ Just remember to run BS and add your Google ID after installation AND before applying the reg file to make sure BS initializes correctly first. If you modify the registry values before BS is fully installed, it will get stuck forever at blue loading screen and you must reinstall. -- BS v3.X+ - Supported (actually based on BS v2.10.X) BS v3.X version seems to be based on BS v2.10.X and does work. Though, DPI must be validated and manually set in Windows Registry to 160. See HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BlueStacks\Guests\Android\BootParameters and find the DPI=xxx value and change xxx to 160. Full reboot with HD-Quit.exe required! Also, the Launcher is missing - so just install Nova Launcher using "ADB install" on the downloaded APK and all is good. Existing manual ads removal doesn't seem to work - for me this one did: 1. Launch adb shell using HD-Adb.exe or adb.exe 2. Within shell call /system/xbin/bstk/su 3. Then call pm block com.uncube.account Having Problem choosing which version? Read this thread: What is best emulator? Best Luck.
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