Here is another Intel® XDK update. We have quite a few new things to share in this release. First, though, a few of us from the Intel XDK team will be at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, Feb 24, if you are there, stop by the Intel software booth in the App Planet hall, or at the WIPJam demo area. We’d love to talk with you.
I apologize if this issue has already been discussed or resolved earlier, but I was having some troubles installing HAXM on my Macbook Pro.
The error I was getting says "VT/NX not enabled - Your computer meets the requirements for this software, but one ore more hardware features are disabled. Intel HAXM can be installed, but will not function until these features are enabled." I've attached an image of this error box that pops up for your reference.
The specifications for my Macbook Pro are:
I've successfully installed Intel HAXM on our 2008 R2 server, and it works fine for the user who first start up the ADT emulator. ( the launch console shows "HAX is working ..." and it really runs much faster )
But all following users got " HAX is not working and emulator runs in emulation mode" and fall back to poor performance.
If we reboot the server, the HAXM works again, but only for the first one who launching ADT emulator.
If I purchase C++ Compiler for Android, can I get minor upgrades (ver 14.XX) as well as major upgrades (such as ver 15.X or 16.X) for free?
Dear Intel Support,
Good day :)
I was really excited to know that intel provides hardware accelerator for emulating android apps. But, when I try to install it on my computer (Windows7 - 64bit) I get following pop-up error.
"This computer does not support Intel Executable Disable Bit (XD) or it is disable in the BIOS. HAXM cannot be installed."
I tried following command at command line and rebooted and then tried re-installing but it failed again.
bcdedit /set nx AlwaysOn
Please find my PC config and pop-up error in the attachment.
Let me show you how easy it is to make an app using the Intel® XDK.
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