My physical Nexus 7 tablet fell onto the floor and landed in such a way that it apparently blew out the ability to charge or pass data, so I need to use an emulator. I have set up BlueStacks3, Nox, and MeMu. When I run my project, BlueStacks3 does a fine job with running as an emulator - and I don't have to do anything with b4a Bridge or USB debugging or anything. The project just loads and runs. But I can't get the other 2 to work. When I try to use b4a Bridge I see "weird" IP's shown, 172.17.100.15 and 10.0.2.15. When I ran my old tablet it always showed something like this: 192.168.2.5. Do I need an older version of b4a Bridge? Or do I have to download the source code and hard-code a local IP into the code? Also, do I need my wireless? I don't think so, since my computer and the emulator are both running through the router (and I connect to Google Play using any of the emulators without needing to enable the wireless). Thank you for your help.