GameLoop from Tencent was released as an official emulator to play games like Call of Duty Mobile and PUBG on your PC. If you are from India and trying to install GameLoop, you may experience GameLoop installing Turbo AOW engine stuck at 1%.
In some instances, the GameLoop Turbo Engine installation reaches 15%, 30%, and even 60% and gets stuck. The problem seems to remain the same irrespective of how many times you try.
On my Intel power PC, the Turbo AWO engine installation and downloading would reach anywhere from 1% to 60% and then get stuck. After a lot of brainstorming, I identified the issue to be with the GameLoop server.
If you are also troubled by this issue, here is how to fix GameLoop by installing Turbo AOW engine stuck at 1% on Windows computers.
What can I do if GameLoop installating Turbo AWO engine is stuck at 1%?
Use a VPN to download Turbo Engine files
To fix this problem, you need to use a VPN client. With the help of a VPN client, we can bypass the restrictions put on Chinese apps. Here’s how to do it.
1. Close GameLoop. Expand the system tray icon, right-click on GameLoop, and select Quit.
2. Next, right-click on the Taskbar and select Task Manager. Right-click on the GameLoop process and select End.
3. Open a web browser on your PC and go to the Windscribe page and click on Download Windscribe. Depending on the OS you are using, click the relevant OS icon to download the installer.
4. Once the installer is downloaded, run the installer. Click Yes when prompted by UAC to install the app.
5. Launch Windsribe and create a new account. Creating an account is important to get the additional 8 GB bandwidth. After confirming the email, log in with your Windscribe username and password.
6. Click the server drop-down menu to get the list of available VPN servers. Scroll through the servers and select Germany.
7. Click the Power button on the top right side to connect your VPN to the server. It may take a few seconds and show some messages and then connect successfully.
8. Once the VPN is connected, launch GameLoop. Open the My Games tab. If prompted to download the Turbo AWO engine, click Download. You can see the Turbo AWO engine download in progress at the bottom of the screen.
Wait for the download to complete and install the required engine. Once the Turbo AWO engine is installed, you can install CODM and PUBG on your PC without any issues.
Why the the Turbo AWO engine is stuck at 1%?
Turbo AOW engine stuck at 1% issue seems to be occurring due to the app being blocked by certain countries. If you are in India, you will most likely face this problem as the govt has banned several Chinese social media apps and games indefinitely.
While the game COD Mobile is not Chinese, the app GameLoop is part of Tencent; thus, your ISP may not be able to connect to Tencent servers to download the require Turbo AWO engine files.
But with the help of a VPN client, you can bypass this restriction to fix the GameLoop problem with the Turbo AWO engine on a Windows PC.
Why use GameLoop instead of other Android emulators?
Compared to other Android emulators offering similar functionality, GameLoop became popular for its intuitive keyboard controls that gave great control during the gameplay.
It also offers tons of customization options, including key assignments on your keyboard. You can further customize the app by selecting different rendering engines, including OpenGL, DirectX, OpenGL+, DirectX+, and Smart Mode.
Additionally, the emulator allows you to customize the resource usage. You can set the memory and processor usage, change the resolution and DPI settings.
You can also choose to change different resolution and display quality for installed games individually through the Game tab in GameLoop.
On the flip side, at times, you may encounter issues during a game update on GameLoop such as COD Mobile – Joining game, Loading timeout error, and COD Mobile Gameloop Update Error – this app isn’t compatible with your device anymore.
These errors are also related to server issues and Google PlayStore. Fortunately, you can fix the errors mentioned above by tweaking settings on your PC or smartphone.