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Android Studio / Google Play (play store) doesn't work. help pls.

hi! im new, i have android studio canary and on virtual devide manager, i can't make work an android version 10 with Google Play... without Google Play it work tho.
i need google play to make 8 ball pool works.
im on windows 7. someone can help me pls? tx.
 
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i'm on bluestack to play this game, it had android version 7 and can't have android 10. my friend have a real cell on android 10, his game updated to 5.6.2. i'm stuck on 5.6.1, can't update it.
thats why i installed android studio, and i can't make work android 10 with google play. only android 10 without google play works. so i can't install anything on google play. how to fix that? so im back with my 1rst question.
 
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And isn't this one of the available games on Facebook?

My friend tried to get me to play it in there.
I didn't like the game much, but downloaded the app to see if there was any difference.

To me, it seemed as though the game was the same.

As a last ditch effort, an Android device that can play this game can be had for very cheap these days.
 
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this is the error it does.
 

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I had a situation where google play did not work, I had already begun to worry about the phone because it is new, just bought, but as it turned out the problem was not in the phone and in my router Wi-Fi. Exactly the problem was related to the ip address, I understand it little that is why I did not go there myself and took a master and he did me everything, said that he put a new ip address of 192.168.1.1 this and everything worked, I do not know if he is good or not, but the fact that I started to work very well I am happy about it!
 
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hi! im new, i have android studio canary and on virtual devide manager, i can't make work an android version 10 with Google Play... without Google Play it work tho.
i need google play to make 8 ball pool works.
im on windows 7. someone can help me pls? tx.
Hello! I'd be happy to help you with getting Android 10 with Google Play to work in Android Studio. Here are the steps to set up an Android Virtual Device (AVD) with Google Play for testing apps like 8 Ball Pool:
  1. Install Google Play Images: Make sure you have downloaded and installed the Google Play system images in Android Studio. You can do this by opening the Android SDK Manager and ensuring that the "Google Play" images for Android 10 are installed. If they are not, install them.
  2. Create a New Virtual Device:
    • Open Android Studio.
    • Click on "Configure" in the welcome screen or go to "File" > "Settings" if you are already inside a project.
    • In the Settings, navigate to "Appearance & Behavior" > "System Settings" > "Android SDK."
    • Click on the "SDK Tools" tab.
    • Check "Google Play Licensing Library" and "Google Play APK Expansion Library" if they are not already installed.
    • Now, create a new virtual device by going to "Configure" > "AVD Manager."
    • Click on "Create Virtual Device."
  3. Select Hardware Profile: Choose a hardware profile that matches your requirements (e.g., Pixel 3). Click "Next."
  4. System Image: Choose the system image that has "Google Play" in its name. For Android 10, it should be something like "Android 10.0 (Google Play)." Select it and click "Next."
  5. Emulator Options: Configure the emulator options as needed. You can adjust settings like RAM, VM Heap, and others. Click "Finish" when done.
  6. Start the Emulator: In the AVD Manager, select the newly created virtual device with Google Play support, and click the green "Play" button to start the emulator.
  7. Sign in to Google Account: Once the emulator is running, it should have Google Play services installed. You can sign in with your Google account on the emulator and access the Play Store to install 8 Ball Pool or any other app you need for testing.
  8. Test Your App: Now, you can test your app, including 8 Ball Pool, with Google Play services enabled.
If you encounter any issues or error messages during these steps, please provide more details, and I'll do my best to assist you further.
 
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