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I have Windows 10 Enterprise x64. YouWave will not work correctly on this computer. Both the Free and Pro versions won't work. The program starts up with a white screen. Android doesn't start automatically. When I try to run an app, it says one of these, but usually the second one:

Oops! Android is not responding. Please visit YouWave Wiki for more trouble shooting information.

Android OS is not ready. Please wait a few seconds before retrying.

I have 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, and Intel core i5-3470 with virtualization enabled in BIOS (Intel HD Graphics). I noticed that Windows 7 compatibility mode was checked in the YouWave shortcut. I'm not sure if that's selected automatically. I also tried running in admin and without compatibility mode and it still didn't work. I do have VMware and I uninstalled it, knowing that YouWave depends on VirtualBox and they can't run at the same time. I reinstalled the programs a few, times, too. I also tried running YouWave in a Windows 10 virtual machine and it worked. Please help.

Using YouWave Android / Re: Where's the recent apps menu?
« on: June 08, 2015, 05:00:42 PM »
Nevermind, the navigation bar was not visible in the resolution that I was running at, but I changed it to a larger one and it now is. Thanks for taking your time to click on this article!

Using YouWave Android / Re: how to play MOV files
« on: June 08, 2015, 04:47:03 PM »
VLC Player can play MOV files on my YouWave. Search for it on the Play Store or download the APK, install it, and then open the MOV file. It should play unless something's wrong with your YouWave installation.

Using YouWave Android / Where's the recent apps menu?
« on: June 08, 2015, 04:38:13 PM »
Sorry if I'm being naive, but how do you open the Recent Apps menu (the menu that shows you all of the apps that are open)? It looks like this in Android Lollipop (can't find one of Jelly Bean):  I see a home, menu, and back button, but that's about all. I know that the home button brings you to the home screen, the back button, well, goes back, and the menu button would presumably open the Recent Apps, but it just opens the menu of the current app. Any help? Again, the answer is probably really simple, but I literally just installed YouWave and I have no idea about what I am doing. :P

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