Nox Player 7 is a free Android emulator that lets you run Android apps and games on your PC. It includes an optional Android 7.1.2 emulation mode in Nox player Multi-Drive. However, many people are having trouble finding it because NoxPlayer is set to Android 4.0 by default, and you cannot update Nox player 7 through the Android emulator itself.
To run Nox player 7 in the latest Android 7.1.2 emulation, use the Multi-Drive application to create a new emulator state for Nox player. This tutorial will walk you through the process of updating Nox player 7.
Features of Nox player 7
The Nox Player 7 has been completely tuned, and among the various features available, the seamless gameplay experience and keyword mapping function stand out. Nox player 7 has improved memory usage, internet speed, game fluency, screen display, and the number of instances.
How to install Nox player 7?
You can download the Nox player through our official website.
Navigate to the Nox.exe installation folder (for example, C:Program Files (x86)Noxbin).
You should see a new application named MultiPlayerManager.exe, which you should open.
Click the “Add emulator” button at the bottom of the Nox multi-instance management.
Select “New emulator-Android7.1.2(Beta-version)” from the drop-down menu. It will go through a download procedure; simply wait for it to finish.
Now, on the same line as the new emulator, click the Gear symbol and set the new emulator state to your preferred settings.
By pressing the “Play” button, you can now start Nox player 7 in an Android Nougat emulation mode.
Follow the process and enjoy the features of Nox player 7.