Xbox Series X Emulator for Android Xbox Series X Emulator is an open source research project for emulating Xbox Series X games on modern Android OS compatible smartphones.
The program is written in Java and can run Xbox One Android Emulator Series X and S games on mobile devices.
Built on SDL2, almost all game routes are also supported.
- Connect up to 4 controllers at any time, just like a real Xbox.
- Networks are supported by default.
- Connect to other instances of the emulator and even to a real Xbox locally or online.
- Breathe new life into your original X-series games by simply changing the game’s screen resolution.
- Although this console uses the same architecture as smartphones, it is not easy to copy to other consoles because the architecture used is complex and uses undocumented hardware.
The code and materials are licensed under the BSD license.
The purpose of this project is to experiment, research and teach emulation of modern devices and operating systems.
All information is obtained by reverse engineering of legally purchased devices, games and information published on the Internet. This app does not contain games and you must obtain your games legally.
A system is needed
- This version does not require Xbox Series X system files.
- Processor: Octal-core 2.0+GHz
- RAM: 6 GB minimum (8 GB recommended)
- Operating system: Android 10 (or later)
- Storage space: at least 64 MB
It checks for the minimum supported CPU and RAM at startup and returns an error if not found. Beta is now closed; Download the latest version from the link below. It makes updates
It simulates an Android screen like the Xbox Series X gaming screen. Added advanced sound device
The resolution is adjusted to take into account the phone’s technical data. You no longer need an internet connection to play Xbox Series X on your smartphone Added external controller support Improved RAM management system (OS X+ only)