MuMu/Nemu App Player emulator 64-bit version, Android 6.0.1 updated

This is updated article

MuMu App Player by Netease has offered 64-bit version long time ago but it's only available at the official forum page. MuMu is stable and have more features than TianTian

Installation Tutorial:
If you already have 32-bit english or chinese version installed, uninstall it first. It will delete all your data

And click on 【点击下载


Before you install, you need to know if the installer is 64-bit. Click on the blue text 自定义主装》(Custom installation)
Look at the default path, if the default path is "C:\Program Files\MuMu", it's 64-bit. If it is "C:\Program Files (x86)\MuMu", it's 32-bit
Ready to install? Click the blue button

For peoples who have problem with default installer of arm64-v8a version of this emulator but the pc is compatible I have found a way to force installation

Download files nemu-x.x.xx-x64-1.exe and nemu- x.x.xx-x64-2.exe from
Download 击安装mumu.exe
Mirrors if you can't download it:

Place them in folder where you want install the emulator then execute 点击安装mumu模拟器.exe
It will create nemu folder where it will install emulator
If you want to translate the settings of emulator in english, download language.rar
Go into Nemu -> emulatorshell -> language. Delete everything there and place the content of the downloaded archive
Now you have installed memu with 64 bit support translated in english (somethings will remain in chinese)

Thanks @nik2143

Changing Language to English on Android
To change language to english in system, go to settings and follow the steps:

Select English

Install Google Services
We need Google services. Go back to launcher and open KK Helper

Click on Install Google Play


If successful, Reboot emulator

Play Store will appear on the launcher

FAQ and help in english:

More FAQ and help in chinese: (Use Google Chrome to translate to english)

Video Tutorial:


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