The free Android emulator BlueStacks for a long time is already in the beta testing phase. Therefore, it can sometimes come to some errors and problems. We count on some of the most common errors and explain what you can do if BlueStacks does not work anymore .
Have you the Android emulator BlueStacks App Player dragged onto the PC, it is sometimes still some error messages when the program is started. This is rarely the users themselves, but more often in the currently running beta software.
BlueStacks has stopped working
In some versions of the BlueStacks App Player can after starting the message ” BlueStacks frontend does not “come. In this case, it is recommended that on the official homepage of BlueStacks to check if you have the latest version of the Android emulator.
As the software for displaying Android Apps currently still on the PC in development, this may be but can also be quite natural problems whose solution can be contacted with the next update. A re-install might help in this case, but it does not.
Screen goes black at matches BlueStacks
A common problem that accumulates in the forums. You start a game from one of the stores that did you downloaded via BlueStacks and the image will suddenly goes black while the sound continues.
Unfortunately, there is to date still no solution for this problem. If we know more, we sit down immediately informed. As long tried her best on Andy avoid running significantly better performance and can play all the games without any problems.
BlueStacks does not work: Further error messages
- Windows XP users are with BlueStacks have her lose out because the Android emulator outputs under the operating system only after opening the message: ” It is loaded “. Here is the much-needed upgrade is recommended to a newer operating system.
- For those that simply have the problem that it can not find the @ key is finding out that the English-language program is based on an American keyboard. Here can be found, for example, the “Y” in the “Z” and vice versa, and the @ sign using the key combination Shift Alt Gr + 2 .