Have you always wanted to simulate a natural disaster, a nuclear war or a zombie apocalypse? You can now use your Android device to play EAS Simulator for emergency warning systems (formerly known as emergency transmission systems).
- Also, to Reproduce realistic EAS warnings. Choose from a standard list of warning messages or create your own (EAS Simulator Pro).
- With a set of predefined alerts that describe various real-world scenarios and including a flash flood in New Jersey, a tornado in Oklahoma, or a tsunami in Hawaii.
- Other warning messages also include scenarios that are inspired by films and video games, e.g. B. Nuclear viruses or zombie pandemics (EAS Simulator Pro).
- It also contains a restricted version of the EAS creator of the application for testing purposes.
- ALARMS: Backgrounds similar to those in TV alarms (black, color bars and intermediate screens, etc.).
- Static or flashing texts.
- Current texts (as message teletypewriter).
- SAME headers (the beeps and buzzes that are heard at the beginning of the warnings).
- Attention signal (simple / combined frequency and tornado siren).
- Also, all voice messages generated by your device’s text-to-speech engine (TTS).
- End of the message tone (EOM).
RECOMMENDED ANDROID VERSION: Android 4.0+ (Ice Cream Sandwich) IMPORTANT NOTES:
With EAS Simulator Free you can play a number of predefined exercises
- Emergency messages on your phone.
- Some of the warnings can only be played in EAS Simulator Pro.
- Creating custom alerts is only possible in EAS Simulator Pro.
- The free version includes a limited demonstration of the EAS creation capabilities, where you can preview your custom alerts.
- EAS Simulator does not generate voice messages. Instead, the application also uses the text-to-speech engine built into your phone/tablet, if available.
- The Google Play Store has many free and paid TTS engines and voices that you can use.
- If you also want to use different voices in warnings, you need to download and install another TTS engine on your device and set it as the default.
- Low-end phones / tablets may experience memory problems when this application is running. PERMITS
- Prevent the device from going into sleep mode: To prevent the screen from turning off due to inactivity while an EAS message is playing.
- View network connections and full network access: Communicate with Google Play services and ads that support the FREE version.
Download EAS Simulator free for PC with Bluestacks
- First of all, you need to install the Bluestacks software on your computer or laptop. (Note: return to this post once you’ve installed Bluestacks correctly.)
- After bluestacks, you have to download the.APK file from EAS Simulator Free. Click here
- Open the Bluestacks application that is already installed on your PC / laptop.
- In the toolbox in the left corner you will find the Add APK option.
- Upload the APK file to Bluestacks using the option. Click on it.
- You will be asked where you saved the downloaded APK.
- In my case, I also saved it on the desktop and select it.
- You will now automatically install the application in bluestacks.
- You can also find the EAS Simulator Free on the Applications tab on the main screen of the Bluestacks window.
- Now everything is ready to use EAS Simulator Free on the PC.
- Here the EAS Simulator Free runs successfully on my PC after I have installed and clicked on the application.
- Now we should discuss but for installing EAS Simulator Free on the PC with the NOX application player.
- You can also use this method if the Bluestacks method is not working properly on your laptop or computer.
Also, If you want to follow my recommendation, I recommend NOX as it is quite simple and easy to understand. You also don’t have to be afraid of anything you’ll learn after each step to learn how this emulator works.