Android emulator as a Virtual Machine

What kind of stuf do you make with that?
I am running 8 virtual machines now for emulation of mobile user activity.
Does anyone know the benefit of doing this over simply using the Android functionality in Windows 11? I haven't used either but have had to use android emulators in the past but they're never fun to use. Probably perform worse then this, too.
I doubt you can launch several virtual devices on Windows 11.
OK but how does this technique address Hardware IDs?
It can be tuned. I have found a way to change almost everyting.
At least, MAC address is being changed in Proxmox easily.
 
Brilliant! I did not know it was that easy. Great tut!
 
I am running 8 virtual machines now for emulation of mobile user activity.

I doubt you can launch several virtual devices on Windows 11.

It can be tuned. I have found a way to change almost everyting.
At least, MAC address is being changed in Proxmox easily.
Could you Share the way to Change anything ?
 
You can also run it using VMware or VirtualBox or even live boot locally. Many VPS providers allow custom ISOs so you could try that as well to keep costs low.

Just my 2 cents
 
Both Technologies are almost same..
 
who can help me set it up?
I have Windows server.
I need Android VMs , version 10 and Up.
Canvas and other fingerprints different for each.
US Los Angles Geo .
not rooted.
please PM first.
 
hey bro, amazing technique, just what im looking for.
On terms of perfomance, this solution is better than running emulators? i wanna run as many sessions i can
 
Can anyone make a video on how to do it ? And can you recommend some hosting site which can sell such specification RDP
 
This idea is excellent, but note that you can easily emulate Android on Windows using VirtualBox. It works for me.
 
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