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Alternatives To NOX Player (For Those Having No Sounds With NOX)

Alternatives To NOX Player (For Those Having No Sounds With NOX)

When I first used NOX Player as my Android Emulator on my PC, it performed very well. Yes, I did encounter problems using NOX Player like having NO SOUNDS but I was able to fix that by simply running NOX Player as an Administrator and setting compatibility to Windows 7.

Now, if you are still having sound problems like having no sounds at all then why not change to a different Android Emulator and, I'm sure, there are a few Android Emulators out there that will work perfectly on your PC like LDPlayer, MEmu Play, Bluestacks and Gameloop.


After trying all of them, the two that I kept installed were Bluestacks and Gameloop but the one I use the most between the two is Gameloop because of Call of Duty: Mobile. Call of Duty: Mobile runs very well in Gameloop and, as for Bluestacks, I use it for those games not available in Gameloop.

Not available in Gameloop? What does it mean? Well, as an Android Emulator, Gameloop has its own Game Center and it has a lot of games listed but it does not list all the available games in Google Playstore because Gameloop does not have Google Playstore installed by default and that's where Bluestacks comes in.


Don't get me wrong, you can install a version of Google Playstore  in Gameloop if you want to. I just decided not to install it in my recent re-install of Gameloop because the last time I installed Google Playstore in Gameloop the dreaded "Google Play Services has stopped" error message appeared and it was annoying.

Again, you don't have to struggle or force yourself in using NOX Player specially if you continue having No Sounds when using it because there are many alternative Android Emulators out there that you can use. Try them all to see which one will give you the least problems running on your PC.


So guys, are you still trying to use NOX Player as your Android Emulator even with NO SOUNDS or have you switched to a different Android Emulator? If you are then what Android Emulator did you switch to? Post your answers as well as your comments, questions or reactions in the comments section below.

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