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How to change the resolution of Emulator in Android X-86

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I'm using Android X-86 using virtual box. What I want to do is changing the resolution of emulator to 480x480 size. But after changing the resolution of emulator, Emulator stopped with this message."Unfortunately, Launcher has stopped". So If you guys know the way to change resolution of emulator, Please let me know.

posted May 22, 2013 by anonymous

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