Genymotion 2.1.0 (January 28th, 2014)

New features


Genymotion now supports copy/paste from the host to the virtual device, or from the virtual device to the host using Android built-in copy/paste feature. Supported on 2.1.0+ virtual devices

Genymotion ID widget

You can now edit Android ID and Device ID (IMEI/MEID number) values from Genymotion. You can also make Genymotion generate random Device ID or Android ID numbers for you. Supported on 2.1.0+ virtual devices.

Only available with Indie and Business licenses.

Pixel perfect mode

A new “pixel perfect” mode has been added to help users with their UI developments. In this mode, each pixel of the device is displayed using exactly one pixel of your monitor.

Only available with Indie and Business licenses.

Factory reset

It is now possible to reset a virtual device to its initial state (when first deployed): A new “Factory Reset” button is now available, next to the device settings button in the virtual devices list. This feature only works with virtual devices deployed with Genymotion v2.0.2 or earlier.

Only available with Indie and Business licenses.

Cloning virtual devices

Users can now easily duplicate a deployed device from the available devices list.

Only available with Indie and Business licenses.

CPU number and memory size modifications

Virtual device CPU number and memory size can now be modified from the device settings.


  • You can now resume virtual devices download.
  • When downloading a virtual device, Genymotion could crash if a timeout occured. This issue is now fixed.
  • The window size of the virtual device is now correctly resized to fit the host screen when rotating.
  • When uninstalling Genymotion on Linux, the directory specified on installation was deleted, sometimes deleting non-Genymotion files. Genymotion now uses its own directory to fix the problem.

Virtual devices

All Android versions

All virtual devices have been updated to 2.1.0 version to support new 2.1.0 features (Device ID/Android ID widget, copy/paste).
They now have a default device ID (000000000000000) instead of ‘none’.

Android 2.3.7

The built-in timeout that makes the device screen unresponsive after 60 seconds of inactivity has been disabled.

New Android version

All Android versions

Android 4.4 is now available for Genymotion, supporting all 2.1.0 features. The following devices are available in 4.4 version:

  • Galaxy Note 3
  • Moto X
  • Nexus 4
  • Nexus 5
  • Nexus 7
  • Nexus 10