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How to replace a 32-bit emulator with a 64-bit emulator
Latest Update Time:2022-06-02

Some users need to install a 64-bit emulator when installing MuMu Player, but after the installation is completed, it becomes a 32-bit emulator, if you encounter this kind of situation, you can try to solve it by following the steps below.


The first step is that you can't overwrite the installation from a 32-bit emulator to a 64-bit emulator directly, you need to uninstall the emulator you have installed, and the uninstallation process will lead to data loss, it is recommended to backup the emulator data before uninstalling the emulator: click to view the emulator data backup tutorial


Note: If you don't need to backup, please proceed from step 2.
Step 2: Open the Control Panel, click Uninstall a program, find the installed MuMu Player, right mouse click on MuMu Player, then click Uninstall, then you can uninstall the currently installed emulator.

Como substituir o emulador de 32 bits pelo emulador de 64 bitsComo substituir o emulador de 32 bits pelo emulador de 64 bitsComo substituir o emulador de 32 bits pelo emulador de 64 bits Step 3, restart your computer, after which go to the MuMu Player updates >> click and visit the Android 64-bit version for emulator installation package download.

 

Step 4: Wait for the emulator installation package to finish downloading, then you can install the required emulator version normally.

If you cannot install the 64-bit emulator you need in the above way, you can follow the steps below.

First, click the win key on the keyboard (the win key is in the lower-left corner of the keyboard between Ctrl and Alt), while clicking the R key to bring up the Run window.

Como substituir o emulador de 32 bits pelo emulador de 64 bits

After deleting the MuMu Files folder, you need to restart your computer, after the computer restart is complete go to the MuMu Player updates>> click and visit the Android 64-bit version for emulator installation package download.

Finally, wait for the emulator installation package to finish downloading and then you can install the required emulator version normally.

Note 1: Some AMD models and some Win7 systems cannot install the 64-bit emulators.

Note 2: To install a 64-bit emulator, you need to have the virtualization function on your computer, i.e. VT function. What if I can't open VT? Click to see how to open VT

 

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