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Where is the link to the exe file? I find text "jar of beans.exe" and beneath it, a note saying wait for the emulator to load and enjoy, or a statement of similar meaning. The text "jar of beans.exe" is, however, not a hyperlink! I need the link.

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1 (Let me know if this is the file that you are looking for) – Jack Nov 26 '12 at 7:26
Actually I refer to one on this page.… – Host-website-on-iPage Nov 26 '12 at 7:42
... in which I found the thread which has "jar of beans.exe" as mere text and not a hyperlink. – Host-website-on-iPage Nov 26 '12 at 7:45
That page have the link - (Search for the word software thread inside your page and it will provide this link). Next step when you open the link, look for the large-font word saying JAR OF BEANS 4.1.1 with Play STORE+ES file Manager and more...on GOOGLE PROJECT!, which will lead you to the file that I have posted earlier on. Extract that file and click on the jar of beans.exe file. (Let me know if you still could not get that link) – Jack Nov 26 '12 at 7:47
I would prefer it give me 3 simple links - one that link to the folder directory that shows the list of versions that I can download. 2nd link to the documentation (can be a PDF file or a HTML guide) 3rd link to the latest version and marked with a huge word Download or represent by a huge download icon. Just a suggestion for the author to consider. :) – Jack Nov 26 '12 at 8:11
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Click here to download that file. (version 4.1.1 - file size: 181 MB)

Click here to visit that file in the Google Project.

Click here to visit the project forum page.

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Also, I hope it'll have a good speed. The emulator I use now takes minutes to boot any AVD I created with it. – Host-website-on-iPage Nov 26 '12 at 8:08
You will need better hardware but one of our friendly moderator - Matthew Read mention that it would not make any differences as discuss in here -…. (Seems like Android emulator run slower) – Jack Nov 26 '12 at 8:17

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