Same for me, fully updated M1 mac and nox installer 220.127.116.11. Keeps popping up asking for my password while stuck at 99%. Even if I put it in and click OK the popup keeps coming back. There is still no information on Nox site on this that I can find. MacBooks with M1 can run Android apps with this software: What you need to know. If you're in need of running Android apps on a significantly bigger screen, the latest update from mobile gaming. Nox – App Like Bluestasks. If you are in search of apps like Bluestacks then Nox can be a good choice. It comes loaded with a plethora of features and class-apart offerings and is capable of running your Android smartphone on your desktop. Prominent Features: The app comes with a simple interface with easy working.
Sometimes users may get the reminder that failed to unzip the Nox installer, when you meet the situation, please follow the guide to disable System Integrity Protection(SIP).
How to check if System Integrity Protection is enabled or disabled
1. Open Terminal from your Dock or Utility folder.
2. Type this command: csrutil status into Terminal.
3. Press Enter
4. Terminal responds with either “System Integrity Protection status: enabled” or “System Integrity Protection status: disabled”
How to turn off System Integrity Protection in macOS
- Click the Apple symbol in the Menu bar.
- Click Restart
- Hold down Command-R to reboot into Recovery Mode.
4. Once in Recovery mode, open a Terminal window from the Utilities drop-down menu at the top of the screen.
5. Type the following command into the Terminal window: csrutil disable
6. Press the Enter or Return, then you'll see a message stating that System Integrity Protection has been disabled and that the machine needs to restart for changes to take effect.
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7. Click Restart
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**Please note: NoxPlayer currently does not support Apple M1 Chip**