XMEye is a free video monitoring tool. Using cloud technology, XMEye is a practical video monitoring tool for IPC and DVR.
It’s available for free in the Google Play Store for Android smartphones & tablets. But, what to do if you don’t have an Android smartphone or tablet. If you’re looking to run it on a PC then you’ve come to the right place. All you need is little help from an Android emulator & you’re on your way.
Here is a step-by-step look at what you need to do to run the XMEye App on your PC. The following instructions work for Windows Vista/XP/7/8.1/and 10.
Step 1: Install BlueStacks emulator
Before you can use XMEye on a PC you’ll first need the BlueStacks emulator. This completely free software simulates a tablet on right your desktop computer. Download the BlueStacks emulator from their website or from our review about the player. Once it’s done install it.
Step 2: Go To Your Google Account
When the install process is complete open BlueStacks. Here you’ll be able to log in to your Google Account. If you don’t have one you can create one for free through the Google website.
Step 3: Find XMEye
Once on the main screen navigate to the upper right corner to use the search function. Enter XMEye to find the app. The XMEye’s Google Play Icon should come up onto the screen. Click INSTALL to begin the download.
Step 4 Log In/Register
When the app is finished installing you’re almost done. Run the app & login/ register to start using it.
Step 5: Enjoy the App
Once either, you’re logged in or registered the app should work normally as if it’s on a smartphone or table. To move around in your emulated screen you use your keyboard & mouse.
By tricking the XMEye into thinking its running on a tablet through the use of the BlueStacks Android emulator you can run it on your PC.