NOX App Player
NOX App Player, often referred to as NOX, is an Android emulator for both Windows and Mac. An Android emulator is a piece of software that allows you to emulate - in other words, simulate - an Android device.
Users of Android emulators such as NOX do this so that they can play games that are usually only available on mobile devices on their desktop PC.
NOX Screenshot Location
Taking a screenshot in NOX is fairly easy, all you have to do is click the scissor icon which can be found on the sidebar, or press
1. After having taken a screenshot, NOX will save the file on your computer. The location of the file depends on whether you are using NOX on Windows or Mac. See below help for your operating system:
On Windows, your NOX screenshots are stored by default in
ImageShare, which can be found in this folder (see below for more help if they aren't here):
To access this folder:
- Open up a File Explorer window (you can do this by right clicking the start menu and clicking
%UserProfile%\Nox_shareinto the address bar at the top
ENTERon your keyboard, and then navigate into the
If your screenshots aren't saved in the above folder, please see troubleshooting at the bottom of this article.
On Mac, you can find your screenshots taken via NOX in the
ImageShare folders which are , by default, found at the following location:
To go to this folder, open a Finder window, hit
G, paste the above path into the text field and hit
As with Windows, if your screenshots aren't in this folder, or this folder doesn't exist, see troubleshooting.
If you can't find your screenshots in the above folder, open up NOX and click the computer icon in the side bar. After doing so a window titled "File Assistant" will open, inside this window you can find your shared folder location displayed next to "PC Shared folder". Inside this folder, you will find a folder named
ImageShare which will contain your screenshots.
See the below image for more help: