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Free Software Runs Android Apps Via Windows XP

BlueStacks announced that a free alpha version of its software allowing Windows XP users to run Android apps is now downloadable. The BlueStacks App Player comes with ten apps and allows an additional 26 to be installed, while a related Cloud Connect service allows pushing apps from a user's phone to his or her desktop PC, the company says....

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  • Vasanth Said:

    Hi I try to install BlueStacks-ThinInstaller but When i open the software it shows The applocation failed to initialize properly (0x0000135). click on ok to terminate the application. How to install I am using Window service pack 2.

  • karthik Said:

    hey vasanth download MICROSOFT NET FLAMEWORK

  • harsha Said:

    can some one give me the link for downloading BLUESTACKS for WIN XP SP 2 :/ plz guys

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