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Seekenn
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05-03-2022, 11:18 AM -
#1
Hey, is there a way to run more than 4 bluestacks instances?
My instance manager can see only 4 id's even if i turn 6 or more.

Or maybe is there a way to combine bluestacks with memu?
uid0
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05-09-2022, 01:17 PM -
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(05-03-2022, 11:18 AM)Seekenn Wrote: Hey, is there a way to run more than 4 bluestacks instances?
My instance manager can see only 4 id's even if i turn 6 or more.

Or maybe is there a way to combine bluestacks with memu?

Hey man, it might be taht BS is not connecting the emulators to adb server. This is a knows BS issue.

To find out if this is the case: enter the adb directory and run a command prompt with the following command

adb.exe devices 

this should show the connected devices to adb and their port.

if for some reason some device is missing you gotta connect them manually to adb with the following commad:

adb.exe connnect localhost:port

where "port" is the port you find in the bluestack ADB page (usually 5555+n ex 5556,5557 etc)

rerun  adb.exe devices to check if it has been connected.
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onlyme
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05-09-2022, 03:38 PM -
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I didn't find a BS limit, you need to change the config.json with

  "ADBInstancePort": 5835,
  "DeviceID": 6,

and increment the device ID and update the port

then rerun the powershell ConnectBluestacks.ps1
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Seekenn
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05-11-2022, 12:30 AM -
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(05-09-2022, 01:17 PM)uid0 Wrote: To find out if this is the case: enter the adb directory and run a command prompt with the following command

adb.exe devices 

this should show the connected devices to adb and their port.

if for some reason some device is missing you gotta connect them manually to adb with the following commad:

adb.exe connnect localhost:port

where "port" is the port you find in the bluestack ADB page (usually 5555+n ex 5556,5557 etc)

rerun  adb.exe devices to check if it has been connected.
All works as it should be now! Thank you sir!

Just different commands
adb.exe devices should be adb.exe devices

adb.exe connnect localhost:port should be adb.exe connnect localhost:port

for anyone struggling with same issue, to run command prompt > click start > type CMD > in console type cd and copy ur adb folder directory
cd C:\Users\UR USER\Desktop\BOT FOLDER\adb
then use rest of commands
This post was last modified: 05-11-2022, 12:30 AM by Seekenn.
uid0
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05-12-2022, 12:24 PM -
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(05-11-2022, 12:30 AM)Seekenn Wrote:
(05-09-2022, 01:17 PM)uid0 Wrote: To find out if this is the case: enter the adb directory and run a command prompt with the following command

adb.exe devices 

this should show the connected devices to adb and their port.

if for some reason some device is missing you gotta connect them manually to adb with the following commad:

adb.exe connnect localhost:port

where "port" is the port you find in the bluestack ADB page (usually 5555+n ex 5556,5557 etc)

rerun  adb.exe devices to check if it has been connected.
All works as it should be now! Thank you sir!

Just different commands
adb.exe devices should be adb.exe devices

adb.exe connnect localhost:port should be adb.exe connnect localhost:port

for anyone struggling with same issue, to run command prompt > click start > type CMD > in console type cd and copy ur adb folder directory
cd C:\Users\UR USER\Desktop\BOT FOLDER\adb
then use rest of commands

Yup sorry; I usually use powershell and for some reason if I dont add the .exe or I ./adb it misses. One quick way to open the console in the dir is to shift-Rclick into the directory and you should get a dascade menu with the option to start a command prompt in that direcotry
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