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  1. looking for an emulator to not fry my CPU Hello dears, I've been reading for three hours now on this forum and I didn't get what I want I want an emulator that won't use to much CPU I just upgraded my PC to 16GB ddr4 rams, but now I feel like CPU also are getting smashed with memu 6.2.1 using android 7.1 is there any other "light" emulator, or can I play with the settings of memu to reduce CPU usage I keep my PC running at night without air conditioning and my CPU temperature reach to 80C degrees and I don't want it to be fried
  2. Train Troops / Donate Troops Problems Hey, im using the newest Version of the bot 7.7.7 and memo 2.7.2. I got two problems sice the new update. 1. The Bot will build up my Army wich is preset as "Army 1" but then deletes it manaualy because of this message "Clear troop queue before removing unexpected troops in army" 2. The Bot wou´t donate any wall wrecks ect. It always says "No siege machines available, skip siege donation" or "Clan Castle troops are full, skip troop donation" even if i have them ready in my Army. Thanks to anyone who maybe could help me!!! Some Log: [19:54:39] Checking for Donate Requests in Clan Chat [19:54:40] Using OCR to read Latin derived alphabets. [19:54:43] Chat Request: Luft Max Frost Max XXL loon [19:54:43] Stone Slammer Keyword found: xxl loon [19:54:43] Chat Troops: 40/40 [19:54:43] Clan Castle troops are full, skip troop donation... [19:54:43] No siege machines available, skip siege donation... [19:54:59] Total Army Camp Capacity: 26/280 (9%) [19:55:01] - 26 Barbarians Available [19:55:02] Troops time: 24.00 min [19:55:02] - Barbarian King Available [19:55:02] - Archer Queen Available [19:55:02] - Grand Warden Available [19:55:04] Clan Castle Full/No Clan. [19:55:04] Total Clan Castle Spells: 2/2 [19:55:05] Total Siege CC Capacity: 1/1 [19:55:05] - 1 Wall Wrecker Available [19:55:12] Clear troop queue before removing unexpected troops in army [19:55:13] Open Train Troops Tab [19:55:18] - Delete Troops Queued!
  3. Memu son surum bot hatasi abd device yardım lutfen Yok mu bilgili yardim edicek kimse
  4. 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.
  5. Hi guys, inspired by good old bananas fan @monkeyhunter, I'm consolidating here useful information about MEmu support of the bot. MEmu is best emulator for running multiple instances of MEmu and the bot at the same time. See a short overview of supported Android Emulators and additional tech. details Here All versions starting from 2.2.1 till latest 2.8.6 are support. Quite a few users report that 2.5.0 runs best for them, download here from filehippo. Latest can be always download from vendor site memuplay. Starting with version 2.8.0 or so, MEmuConsole.exe is frequently executed when MEmu is running to check instance state. This consumes significant computer resources. To fix this, simply rename MEmuConsole.exe to MEmuConsole_.exe or so. Using multiple android and bot instances required command line options for the bot. GUI configuration is in the making and hopefully available soon. "c:\mybot\mybot.run.exe" "My Village 1" MEmu MEmu starts bot with village names My Village 1 in MEmu using instance MEmu "c:\mybot\mybot.run.exe" "My Village 2" MEmu MEmu_1 starts bot with village names My Village 2 in MEmu using instance MEmu_1 (usually the 2nd clone/new emulator instance in MEmu) Be aware that new name displayed in the MEmu Window Title or MEmu Console doesn't need to show the correct instance name. To list all available instances you can use MEmuHyperv command line tool MEmuManage.exe you find in MEmuHyperv program folder "C:\Program Files\Microvirt\MEmuHyperv" or where you've installed it: MemuManage.exe list vms Also, good fellow @Fliegerfaust created a great documentation and launch tool for the bot to handle multiple instances and launched the bot with right command line parameters: Useful MEmu Links: Experiencing LAG issues with Memu: Improve Memu performance How to enable Hardware Virtualization( Performance Improvement): http://www.memuplay.com/blog/index.php/2016/01/27/enable-hardware-virtualization/ MEmu Official FAQ Page: http://www.memuplay.com/blog/index.php/category/faq/ Having Problem choosing emulator to use? What is best emulator?
  6. 5.3 now contains a fix for the bot not detecting the "Personal Break" or "Another device connecting" messages. It will automatically resize the emulator's fonts to work with it. However, you will still need to replace the font itself. @cosote has created a simple and easy tool to do this. Download the tool here (zippyshare) or here (mega) Extract the .zip anywhere. After extracting, there should be TWO files, "push_Roboto-Regular.bat" and "Roboto-regular.ttf" Double click "push_Roboto-Regular.bat". Click "Run" on the popup that appears. Open all MEmu and Droid4X instances you want to use the bot on. Close BlueStacks and BlueStacks2. Press any key to start the install process. You should see something like this: The installation is now complete. Reboot your computer and continue botting! Update 2016-11-27 updated link to latest version 1.4 2016-08-31 updated link to latest version
  7. What you need to run multiple Bots at the same Time BlueStacks, MEmu, Droid4X, Nox ,Leapdroid, KOPLAYER or iTools Mybot 2 or more Profiles Not the worst PC Included a Self Made Tool with AutoIt which lets you run Bots easily and let you save Pre Made Setups ( additional ) Guide Unzip your downloaded Mybot and put the folder where you wish it to be stored Hold shift and right click the bot folder, there should be an option to open a command prompt there. 3. Run the command prompt and the CMD window will be already directed to the bot's folder 4. Now you can type in: "mybot.run.exe MyVillage BlueStacks" to run the first bot 5. After you type in: "mybot.run.exe My2Village MEmu MEmu" to run the second bot 6. Now you have two different Mybot's running, one says Bluestacks in the title and the other MEmu 7. Just make sure your first opened Mybot got profile 1 selected and the other profile 2 8. Press start and both bots should start botting at the same time Basic Command to run any Bot on Droid4x, Bluestacks, MEmu, Nox, Leapdroid, Koplayer or iTools So this was the Basic on how to run two at the same time, lets go over to if you want more Bots, or different Emulators When you directed the CMD Window into your Bot Folder you can start typing: (Name of the Bots Exe File) (The Name of your Profile) (Emulator You want to start) (MEmu, Droid, Nox and Leapdroid got multi Instance Support so select yours ) at the End the Command should look something like this: e.g. mybot.run.exe MyProfile MEmu MEmu_1 mybot.run.exe MyProfile2 Droid4X Droid4X_2 mybot.run.exe MyProfile3 BlueStacks2 mybot.run.exe MyVillage MEmu MEmu_34 mybot.run.exe MyVillage3 Leapdroid vm1 mybot.run.exe MyTh7 iTools iToolsVM mybot.run.exe Village iTools iToolsVM_2 Bluestacks and BlueStacks2 doesn't support multiple Instances so no second Parameter needed. ( Leave last Parameter empty!) BlueStacks3 now support multiple Instances! You can choose between Instances like this: mybot.run.exe MyProfile BlueStacks2 Android mybot.run.exe MyProfile BlueStacks2 Android_ To create new Instances open MEmu's multiple Instance Manager Program and just press create ( each created one is a complete new android instance ) Tool to select which Emulator you want to run: I have made a program with the help of @zengzeng. Feel Free to use! Changes: Added Special Command Line Parameters V 3.8.3 Download: Download 3.8 Here (Apr/3rd/2017) Source Code is on the Github aswell! Short Video of How to: Feel free to ask if you got Problems
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