How to use Android Pie 64-bit (Beta) on BlueStacks 5

How will this help?

BlueStacks 5 now supports Android Pie (Android 9). You may now run many apps that were launched recently and are not supported on earlier versions of BlueStacks. You may also utilize multiple Android versions across different instances.

Many recently launched apps also run only Android 8 or Android 9, which means you can further expand your gaming library with Pie 64-bit (Beta) on BlueStacks 5.

This article will explain:


Which apps can I run using Android Pie 64-bit (Beta) on BlueStacks?

By creating and using a Pie 64-bit (Beta) instance, you can run apps on your BlueStacks that require Android 8 or Android 9. Some of these apps are:

  • Genshin Impact
  • Alchemy Stars
  • NFS Heat Studio
  • Quest 4 Fuel: Arena Idle
  • FAU-G: Fearless and United Guards
  • Auto Brawl Chess: Battle Royale
  • 용소야M
  • 가상남녀 - AI남친여친과 꿀잼톡 다정톡

... and more.


How can I use Android Pie 64-bit (Beta) on BlueStacks?

To use Android Pie 64-bit (Beta) on BlueStacks, you can:


How can I create a Pie 64-bit (Beta) instance on my BlueStacks?

If BlueStacks 5 Nougat 32-bit or Nougat 64-bit is already installed on your PC, then you can create a Pie 64-bit (Beta) instance on it using the Multi-Instance Manager. The steps below will explain how to do this.

1. Launch BlueStacks 5 and click on the Multi-instance Manager icon on the side toolbar.

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2. The BlueStacks Multi-Instance Manager will open on your screen. Here, click on "Instance".

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3. Now, select "Fresh instance".

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4. The next screen allows you to select the Android version from a dropdown menu. Click on "Pie 64-bit (Beta)", as shown in the image.

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5. If you've selected the Pie 64-bit (Beta) Android version for the first time, a message will appear asking you to download additional files associated with it, as shown below. Click on "Next" to continue.

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6. Now, you will have to customize the instance as per your preference by specifying the following:

  • CPU Cores: Specify the number of CPU cores you wish to assign for this instance.
  • RAM (MB): Assign the amount of RAM for this instance.
  • Resolution: Select the resolution for your instance here.
  • ABI setting: Choose the desired ABI libraries for your instance.
  • DPI: Allot a DPI from 160, 240 and 320.
  • Instance count: You can create one or more instances with the same settings.

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You will now be able to create new instances with fewer clicks on BlueStacks 5 as the settings of your last created instance will be saved on the Multi-instance Manager.

7. Click on "Download" to get the additional files for the selected Android version.

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8. The instance you have created will now appear in the Multi-Instance Manager. You can check the download progress here.

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9. If you have already downloaded the additional files in the past, then in Step 7, you will see the "Create" button in place of the "Download" button, as shown below. Click on it to continue.

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10. The instance you have created will now appear in the Multi-Instance Manager. Click on "Start" to begin using it.

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How can I download BlueStacks 5 Pie 64-bit (Beta)?

 You can directly download BlueStacks 5 Pie 64-bit (Beta) on your PC by following the steps given below:

1. Click here to visit our official download page for BlueStacks 5. Next, 

  • Scroll down
  • Click on "Download" beside "Android Pie 64bit"

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2. The BlueStacks 5 Pie 64-bit (Beta) Installer will begin to download. Once it's downloaded, run the installer by double-clicking on it.

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3. Now, click on the "Install now" button to start installing BlueStacks 5 Pie 64-bit (Beta) on your PC.

NOTE: This will not install BlueStacks 5 Nougat 32-bit or Nougat 64-bit on your PC. To create a Nougat 32-bit or Nougat 64-bit instance, you can use the Multi-Instance Manager. Read this article for details.

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NOTEIf BlueStacks 5 Nougat 32-bit or Nougat 64-bit is already installed on your PC, then running the installer will ask you to create a new instance for Pie 64-bit (Beta) on the installed version of BlueStacks. Click on "Create" and refer to this section of the article to know how to proceed.

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Thank you for choosing BlueStacks. We hope you enjoy using it. Happy Gaming!

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