SettingsThe only dissadvantage of BlueStacks for me was the absence of settings, especially screen size and memory. This is important for games - you want to try as many screen sizes as possible. However you can set almost everything using windows registers:
To increase or reduce BlueStacks RAM, change the following value. I use 384MB, the default was 768MB:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BlueStacks\Guests\Android] "Memory"=dword:00000180And here is BlueStacks screen size:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BlueStacks\Guests\Android\FrameBuffer\0] "Width"=dword:00000320 "Height"=dword:000001e0
You can of course try and play with all the settings, but some of them might break the emulator.
DebuggingBlueStacks come with USB debugging enabled, simply run the following command to connect with adb:
adb connect 127.0.0.1:5555