Convert so file to x86 from armeabi?

I have an Android project that has an so lib file from a third party spell checker I use. (My app is the only downloadable keyboard for Android Wear, so the system spell checker is not available.) I don't have the source for the library, and have so far failed to get it.

Can an so file be decompiled so it can simply be recompiled into an X86 version? If so, how? Without this, I simply can't support Intel based Wear smartwatches. (Fossil and Tag Heuer)

Installing Intel haxm error Windows 10 - Enable Intel VT-x


I'm trying to Install Intel Haxm for Android Studio but i'm getting an error saying that my Intel VT-x is not turned on. I have googled a bit and tried different solutions but it isn't working for me. 

I am using Windows 10 that has a i7-3610QM CPU @ 2.30 GHz. I have the BIOS Version: American Megatrends Inc. E1756IMS. 105, and the BIOS mode of Legacy. I'm using a GE70 0NC system model for MSI. 

What I have tried: 

I tried turning off Avast to download Haxm but it still shows up the error. 


I am using bootstrap framework. I have not been able to produce correct code to print a page. I have loaded google cloud print print in index.html file.

<script src="//"></script> 

the line that follows:

 gadget.setPrintDocument("[document mimetype]", "[document title]", "[document content]", "[encoding] )";

the document content requires a URL. I have a page id.  

I have a onclick for the page 

Haxm 6.0.1 + Intel based Android Emulator = OSX Crash?!

Merry xmas anyone. Couple of days ago I acquired my first Macbook pro 13 2015 on OSX 10.11.2.

Today I sat down to play around a bit and realised that when I start an Android Virtual Device based on an Intel image my Macbook instantly reboots.

I am bit confused as of the cause of that. Friend of mine with the same machine doesn't has any problems at all.

Google didn't yield any valuable info for me either using pieces from the log below.

Any advice is welcome!

How to reproduce:

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