There are many things that separate Google’s Android operating system from the others, but the most important difference is that Google doesn’t try to impose any restrictions on users. Take for example how Apple doesn’t allow iOS fans to share files with other operating systems via Bluetooth. Fortunately, there are apps such as Dolphin Emulator which take these restrictions away.
This emulator is an awesome tool to have because it allows Android, macOS, Linux and Windows powered devices to run GameCube and Wii games. Knowing how GameCube and Wii games are renowned for being really fun to play, we think that everyone should give Dolphin Emulator a try. Nonetheless, the reason why Dolphin Emulator is making headlines today is because a brand-new update just went live.
5.0-6243 Beta APK Update
Considering that Dolphin Emulator is used to run games, the developers behind the emulator are always looking to add new improvements that make it more stable and reliable. This is exactly what this latest 5.0-6243 APK update does because it contains one major bug fix.
The bug fix we are talking about improves the overall stability of Dolphin Emulator by removing a bug which caused it to instantly crash or to randomly drop frames when users tried taking in-game screenshots.
Size and Availability
Even though the bug fix that this new update contains is really important, the update is not large in in size. Dolphin Emulator users should be happy to know that they don’t need to delete any files in order to make room for the latest APK update because it weighs in at only 14.84MB.
Moreover, the update is targeted towards devices that run on Google’s Android 7.1 Nougat operating system. Fortunately, the developers have made sure that the new APK can be installed on older smartphones as well since it requires a minimum of Android 5.0 Lollipop.