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Weird issue between interaction of firefox and bluestacks
Latest firefox update 104 x64 crashed every time bluestack piex64 (android emulator) launches. Afterwards running firefox again will keep running with no problems issues. Its only on launch of bluestacks that the issue happen and have replicated in different machines. I presume latest update uses some kind of internal android adb instance running? and it conflicts with the one that bluestacks emulates?
Modified by ssmb212
Seems not much attention to this, i guess very specific issue. Still weird interaction which might be with other such type programs as bluestacks. Regardless issue is resolved when updated bluestacks from 5.4 to 5.9Read this answer in context 👍 0
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Hi, i have quite the few updates on this. Yes firefox on windows. Blue stacks version is 188.8.131.52.28 P64 (Beta)
It happens only when a twitch video tab runs.
It happens only on the first time i run bluestacks after a cold boot. No matter the combination of opening and closing firefox and bluestacks afterwards it doesnt crash after the first boot of bluestacks for the day.
It hard to express that but it feels like its a hard "close?!" firefox doesnt crash or have a crash error report neither generates a log on the crash log folder. There is history and restore of the last opened tab as i pressed the X button to close the window pretty much.
I was able to replicate this to different systems both hardware software. Always same bluestacks and firefox installation (moving both their folders/profiles from my main system)
I suspect firefox/twitch/twitch related firefox addons, one of these runs something on adb ? and when bluestack starts the first instance it wipes everything there?? 1
Modified by ssmb212
Seems not much attention to this, i guess very specific issue. Still weird interaction which might be with other such type programs as bluestacks. Regardless issue is resolved when updated bluestacks from 5.4 to 5.9