I'm currently using an Android emulator KOPLAYER (v1.4.1049) and installed the app Topps KICK on it and have been using it for a month. When a new update for the app came, and I tried logging in the game, this error came up:

screenshot of the error

Cyclic Dependency not allowed.

I also tried contacting the TOPPS guys but to no use. I have tried the app on MEMU, Nox and BlueStack emulators too, but I get the same error.

It works fine on my Xperia Z and iPhone 6 Plus. The problem is just with Android Emulators on my laptop.

Any help I would get will be much appreciated!

  • Sounds like a development issue ! .. I immediately thought this question was going to be about developing an application, because that's usually when you see that ! – Gadget Guru Feb 20 '17 at 3:20
  • It works Fine on my Xperia Z and iPhone 6 Plus. The problem is just with Android Emulators on my Laptop. – The_Geek Feb 20 '17 at 10:13

It seems an 'on the fly' compiling error. If so, nothing you can solve. Probably will soon arrive the update of the update.


User is trying to use the app in a way where its not supported by the developers. TOS of the app strictly states that app should "not" be used with any emulation software.


Just over a month ago topps released an update that killed emulators on all topps apps for good, Now when you isgn up on android devices they ask for the device your signing into, some phone ID... so they know its a real device. Still looking for other ways to get on

  • Oh. thnx for the info. Can you please keep me updated if you get any other way to get on? I'm trying other ways too, we can get to a solution together. – The_Geek Mar 29 '17 at 23:49

This happens often, since now using an HTC One A9, whether it's a direct download or on parallel space. I have to update my phone's profile in my system updates, the phone reboots, and I can log into the Topps apps again. Even when this happens, I can log in on an old phone with no problem. Topps has no clue why this happens. I've given up working with them on it, and just update profile everytime it happens, sometimes once every few days, and once eight times in one day!


The only solution to that problem is to not create the cyclical dependency.

The issue is that your solution A is using modules from B already, so B has to be compiled before A is compiled. Then you tried to have B use modules from A, which would mean that A would need to be compiled before B, but since B already has to be first, this won't work.

  • I don't have the slightest idea of what you've said. Can you elaborate on a more understandable way?? And i'm not the developer of the app. I just use it for the game. – The_Geek Feb 20 '17 at 10:05
  • Or if someone can SUGGEST me an Android Emulator which doesn't have this error it would be really very much appreciated. – The_Geek Feb 20 '17 at 10:12
  • Have you tried BlueStacks – Gadget Guru Feb 21 '17 at 4:27
  • Yup. No Luck with BlueStacks too.... :( – The_Geek Feb 21 '17 at 8:16
  • This answer would make sense if OP is the developer/has access to its source code. – Andrew T. Feb 24 '17 at 4:40

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