Genymotion 2.12.0 (March 1st, 2018)


  • Android 8.0 Oreo is now fully supported.
  • The internal architectural has been reworked to enable more performance and modularity in the future. Old virtual devices won’t be compatible anymore but a free updater is now provided to all users.
  • If you’re using an older version of Genymotion, you can now create virtual devices matching your version.
  • Rendering performances have been improved.
  • With a poor Internet connection, retries of network calls are automatically performed on timeouts to avoid errors.
  • Support for `adb shell screenrecord` has been added for all Android versions from 4.4 onwards. The 3-minute time limit has been removed.
  • Genymotion Cloud virtual devices now support the `adb reverse` command, allowing them to access chosen private endpoints inside your network.
  • You can now register your newly purchased licenses while still on a trial license.
  • On Genymotion Cloud, you can now start adbtunnel on a specific port
  • The version of VirtualBox bundled in the Windows installer has been updated to 5.2.6.


  • In some cases, adbtunnel for Genymotion Cloud could become unresponsive. This has been fixed.
  • GPS timestamps are not impacted anymore by timezone changes.
  • A popup window of the “Disk I/O” feature has been reworded.
  • On macOS, orientation used to stop working when the computer exited sleep mode. This has been fixed.
  • On Ubuntu 17.10, the display of some Gnome 3 notifications has been fixed.
  • The link to the renewal page has been fixed.
  • When using the latest version of Genymotion, the device updater could create invalid devices. This has been fixed.
  • On some Linux environments, licenses could not be registered. This has been fixed.
  • On macOS, a bug preventing the virtual device from starting has been fixed.
  • The clone command now fails when trying to overwrite an existing virtual device.