How to use Facebook on BlueStacks 5

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This article will help you understand a few basic steps for using Facebook on BlueStacks 5.

Click on the links below to learn how to:

NOTE: If you are facing any issues while using Facebook, you can view this article, which may help to resolve the issue. If you're unable to find a solution, or if the problem still persists, you can always submit a problem report and we'll be happy to assist you.

How can I install Facebook on BlueStacks 5?

1. Launch BlueStacks 5, Click on System apps and then click on the Play Store icon, as shown below.


2. In the search bar, type "Facebook". 


3. Once you've clicked on the relevant result, click on "Install". 


Facebook will now be downloaded and installed on your PC. 

NOTE: Please ensure you install Facebook on Android Pie or Android 11 as it requires Android 9 and above. Facebook is not compatible with BlueStacks 5 Nougat 32-bit and Nougat 64-bit

How can I log in to Facebook?

1. Click on the "Facebook" app icon, present on your BlueStacks 5 home screen.


2. Upon launch, you will be asked to enter your email address/phone number and your password.

NOTE: If you're unable to type your credentials, please skip to step 4.


3. Once you've entered your credentials, click on "Log in". You will then be logged in to your Facebook account.


4. If you're unable to enter your credentials in step 2, click on "System apps" on your home screen.


5. Next, click on "Settings".


6. In the settings menu, click on "Select IME", as shown below.


7. Click on the toggle next to "Enable On-screen keyboard" to turn it ON, which will be indicated in green, as shown in the image below.


NOTE: You can still use your physical keyboard to type within Facebook.

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