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[Windows] Getting started with the emulator


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Pre-requisites

 

1. Obtaining the RS cache 

The mobile client requires a working cache installed on your computer, which is normally obtained by running the PowBot desktop client. If you want to use mobile and have not previously used the desktop client, or have used the desktop client with cache clearing enabled, follow the guide below to obtain a cache before trying mobile.

Step 1.1) Download PowBot desktop client

If you haven't yet downloaded the PowBot Desktop client, do so through our main website (https://powbot.org/download)

Step 1.2) Run PowBot Desktop and log in for the first time

Run PowBot Desktop and log into your PowBot account.

Step 1.3) Disable cache clearing and restart

Click on the Edit menu and make sure Clear Cache on Start is unticked, then restart the client

Step 1.4) Log into the PowBot Desktop client and walk around for a bit

In order to download the cache, you need to log into the game and walk around for a bit. After this step, close the PowBot Desktop client. You are now ready to start using mobile.

 

2. Obtaining and running the Mobile client

Step 2.1) Download the latest mobile build and extract it somewhere

The latest mobile build is https://powbot.ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com/mobile/29032021/powbot-mobile-29032021.zip

Download the zip file above and unzip it to a location of your choosing

Step 2.2) Click on run.bat

After clicking on run.bat a command prompt should open with log messages. In case something goes wrong please post in the support section with the contents of the command prompt window. 

3. Log into OSRS and fill out settings

Scripts work better in single-tap mode - make sure you have it enabled!

For better accuracy turn on "Hide roofs"

Enjoy.

 

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