If your NOX Emulator is getting stuck at the Niantic loading screen do the following: NOX Settings > Advanced> Direct X. That should fix this issue.
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                                        SPEED BOOST
                                                                              NOX Settings
This process will again be different for everyone as everyone has different graphics cards, but the general concept is still the same for all. You have to go to your graphics cards control panel settings and simply switch the performance to a higher level. For example, AMD users will switch to the higher performance graphics card in AMD Catalyst Control Centre, NVIDIA users will do so by going to the NVIDIA control panel.

You simply have to allocate more CPU and RAM into NOX. This can be down by opening NOX Settings > Advanced. I would recommend switching performance to high, but you can customize it to your preference. Upon completing all the steps, if you NOX Emulator is still running slow, switch the graphics rendering mode found at the same place. 

The game is currently the most trending game and  If you are not aware what Pokemon Go is look below the article.


Pokémon GO currently has no connectivity with other Pokémon games. However, Junichi Masuda has stated that the developers plan to add connectivity with the next entry in the core series Pokémon games.


An Ingress Report released on September 10, 2015, the day of the game's announcement, stated that a closed beta would occur during Northern Hemisphere winter 2015 and that the game would be released in early 2016.[8] However, no beta testing occurred during 2015.
Field tests were held in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States prior to the game's public release. Selected applicants were given the opportunity to test the game.
  • Japan: held from March 29 to June 30, 2016, announced on March 3, 2016
  • Australia and New Zealand: held from April 25 to June 30, 2016, announced on April 7, 2016
  • United States: held from May 25 to June 30, 2016, announced on May 16, 2016
A session at the Game Developers Conference featuring the game was intended to be held by Niantic CEO John Hanke on March 14, 2016, but was later cancelled due to Niantic preparing the game for beta testing and launch.


Unlike previous Pokémon games for mobile devices, Pokémon GO was released on a staggered schedule, releasing initially to only to a few select countries. After its initial release on July 6, 2016, additional releases were put on hold due to server issues, but resumed on July 13, 2016, with the app's release in Germany. France was supposed to receive the app alongside other European countries, but the official release in the country was postponed due to the 2016 Nice attack


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