How Do I Change Engines In The Middle Of A Game Hiarcs For Mac

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Antivirus issues

We've recently updated our game engine to the latest version of Panda3D, which includes a number of performance enhancements and graphical fixes! As part of the upgrade, the executable for Toontown Rewritten has also been updated. Since this has not been used by a large number of people yet, anti-virus software's approach is to say the program is guilty before actually having much evidence. In most cases this is a good thing, since it protects YOU, the end user, from potentially being hit with a brand new virus.

When the program is not actually a virus, it is known as a false positive. For this update, we made proactive attempts to get the engine white listed with the various Anti-Virus vendors, but some of them didn't white list right away. At this point, we rely entirely on our player base getting these false positives over and over so that each anti-virus developer receives the file, checks it, and then realizes it needs to be given the all clear. For now, you are safe to make an exception for TTREngine.exe in the install directory. Please consult the maker of your anti-virus program to learn the procedures for this exception on your software.

How do I enter Toontown?

Before you can enter the Tooniverse, you will need to install the Toontown Rewritten Launcher from the Play page, and then log into the launcher from your computer after installation. Being logged in to our website does not allow you to log into the game itself!

Once you enter your username and password on the Toontown Rewritten Launcher, it'll download the required game files. This could take a few minutes depending on your internet connection. Once it's ready to go, the game will launch and take you to Toontown!

What are the system requirements to play Toontown?

Toontown Rewritten must be played on a Windows, Mac, or Linux computer. Unfortunately, the game isn't built for mobile devices - but we hope to change this in the future! Visit our Play page for the most updated system requirements for Toontown Rewritten.

How do I know my operating system or antivirus program?

Your operating system, commonly referred to as an 'OS' is the type of software that your computer is running on.


If you're using an Apple computer, you are either using OS X or macOS. If you're using a standard PC, you're most likely using Windows (popular versions are Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8.1, and 10). Note that an operating system is different from your computer manufacturer. (Dell, HP, Acer, and Lenovo are computer manufacturers, not operating systems, however most of these manufacturers distribute Windows PCs.)


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An antivirus program is what protects your computer from malicious files. Common antivirus programs are AVG, Avast!, Avira, ESET Nod32, Kaspersky, Sophos, Windows Defender, and McAfee. Search your computer for these programs to see if they are installed.

Do you have a Dell and can't connect?

In February, 2019, we identified an issue with a program called SmartByte, installed automatically on some Dell computers. This software can actually block the connection between you and the Toontown Rewritten servers! Here are the instructions to uninstall it:

  • Press the “Windows Logo” Key + Q to open a search prompt.
  • In the Search prompt, enter Control panel.
  • Click on Control Panel (Desktop app)
  • Under Programs, click on Uninstall a program.
  • See if SmartByte Drivers and Services is listed as an entry.
  • If it is there, double click on it.
  • It will ask you if you are sure that you want to uninstall the program. Click Yes.
  • A pop up will appear that says 'The setup must update files or services that cannot be updated while the system is running. If you choose to continue, a reboot will be required to complete the setup'.
  • Click OK
  • Once it is done, reboot your computer


Next let's see if you can finally play Toontown Rewritten

  1. Reinstall Toontown Rewritten.
  2. Attempt to Launch the game.


If the problem persists, please email us at Support!

Is Toontown Rewritten compatible with macOS Catalina (10.15) and macOS Big Sur (11.0)?

Our Quality Assurance Team has tested Toontown Rewritten on Catalina and Big Sur on Intel based Macs and on Apple Silicon Macs, and the game is compatible as long as you are using the latest Toontown Rewritten Launcher for Mac. If you are using the Mac Launcher from prior to August 2019, you can download the latest launcher by clicking the Play Now button above!

Apple has made a security change to macOS in Catalina and later which impacts several games, including Toontown Rewritten. Input monitoring now requires user consent, and while Apple made this change to protect user privacy, rest assured that we are NOT logging every keystroke you make. The game needs to be able to monitor your inputs so we can map your key presses to the game control it's associated with.

To ensure you can play Toontown Rewritten with this new privacy feature, please follow the instructions below to add Toontown Rewritten to the macOS input monitoring exception list. If you do not add the game to this list, it will cause a game crash when you attempt to play.

  1. Open System Preferences
  2. Click Security and Privacy
  3. Click Privacy, then click lock and enter password
  4. Click Input Monitoring
  5. Click +
  6. Select the Toontown Rewritten Launcher from Applications
  7. Confirm by checking the box
  8. Open the launcher and start game


NOTE: You may need to untick and then retick the box each time Toontown Rewritten pushes an update.

Will Toontown Rewritten run on Macs which use Apple Silicon processors?

At this time, Toontown Rewritten for Mac is being programmed for Intel based Macs and will run native on those Macs.

Apple has shipped a technology in macOS 11.0 called Rosetta 2 in Apple Silicon Macs which will allow Intel only Mac apps, like Toontown Rewritten, to run on Apple Silicon Macs via translation. This will be used until the app can be updated to run native on Apple Silicon.

Our Quality Assurance Team has tested Toontown Rewritten on an Apple Silicon Mac using Rosetta 2 technology and we have been able to confirm the game is compatible with good performance. However, as the game is not running Apple Silicon native right now, the game has not yet been fully optimized for these new Macs.

You are welcome to play on these new Macs, however we are unable to guarantee that the game will remain compatible on future versions of macOS in the event that Apple makes a change that breaks the game. We also do not have an ETA on the game being updated to run native on Apple Silicon to ensure future compatibility and efficient gameplay. This is both due to work needing to be done by Panda3D for their engine code, and by us for other parts of the game code which need to be ported to native code for Apple Silicon.

What if my Mac is running OS X 10.9 or below?

Unfortunately Toontown Rewritten is no longer compatible with OS X 10.9.X, so you will need to upgrade your operating system to the most recent version of the Mac operating system before you will be able to log in. The good news is, you can upgrade your OS for free through the App Store! Once you upgrade your operating system, try logging into Toontown Rewritten once more.

I get an error message that my files are out of date. What do I do?

If you receive the error that says your files are out of date, follow the instructions below based on your operating system:


Windows:

Close the Toontown Rewritten Launcher, and delete the files 'TTREngine.exe' and 'TTRGame.vlt' from your Toontown Rewritten install directory. This directory is commonly located under C:Program Files (x86)Toontown Rewritten. Once you have deleted these files, open the Toontown Rewritten Launcher and attempt to log in again.


Mac:

First, try these steps to remove the Toontown Rewritten cache from your system.


  1. Open up a Finder window.
  2. While holding down the Option key, open the 'Go' menu from the top menu bar.
  3. Click on 'Library' when it shows up.
  4. Open the 'Caches' folder and look for a folder named 'com.emerys.Toontown-Launcher.'
  5. Delete that entire folder, and then empty your Trash.
  6. Reopen the launcher and try logging in once more.


If the above steps still didn't work, try to download this folder of Toontown Rewritten files. Once the download is complete, double click on it to unzip the folder, and then replace your current Toontown Rewritten folder contents with the contents of that folder.


  1. Open Finder, press Command-Shift-G.

  2. Type in to the box: ~/Library/Application Support/Toontown Rewritten/

  3. Delete all of the files in this folder, and then empty your system's trash.

  4. Copy the files from the folder you downloaded above to the folder you just emptied.

  5. Try logging into the launcher again. Make sure that you aren't clicking on the Toontown Rewritten file in the Application Support folder. Instead, you should still be using the same icon that you have always used to launch the game.


If you continue receiving this error after these steps, contact [email protected].

I'm getting an error message that my computer can't reach Port 7198. What do I do?

Before anything, check the top of the Toontown Rewritten website or the 'News' section of your launcher to see if there are any known game issues at the moment. The game servers may be down, or undergoing maintenance.


If there are no issues reported, make sure that your firewall doesn't have port 7198 blocked. We need that port to be unblocked for you to enter Toontown! To unblock port 7198, follow the steps below based on your operating system:

Windows:

  1. Open the Control Panel
  2. Click 'System and Security'
  3. Click 'Windows Firewall'
  4. In the left pane, click Advanced settings. (Administrator permission required. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.)
  5. In the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security dialog box, in the left pane, click Outbound Rules, and
  6. then, in the right pane, click New Rule.
  7. In the doalog box that opens, choose 'Port' and click 'Next'
  8. Select 'TCP' and select 'Specific Remote Ports' and type in 7198, then click 'Next'
  9. Select 'Allow the connection', then click 'Next'
  10. Select 'Private', then click 'Next'
  11. Name: Toontown Rewritten
  12. Click 'Finish'

Mac:

  1. Open System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Firewall > Firewall Options.
  2. Click Add.
  3. Choose Toontown Rewritten from the folder you have it installed in and click Add.
  4. Ensure that the option next to the application is set to Allow incoming connections.
  5. Click OK.

NOTE: Different versions of your operating system may be slightly different, but the basic process is the same!

I'm having trouble getting into the game on Windows. What do I do?

Try following these steps to see if they help you get back into the game:

  • Uninstall the game, then re-install it. You can download the newest launcher on our Play page. Make sure you save all your screenshots to a separate location on your computer!
  • Try running Toontown Rewritten as a system administrator. To turn on this setting, go to the Toontown Rewritten folder (Usually in C:Program FilesToontown Rewritten or C:Program Files (x86)Toontown Rewritten), right click on 'Launcher.exe', click 'Properties', and select the 'Compatibility' tab. Check the box that says, 'Run this program as an administrator'.
  • If you are using Windows 7 or higher, try turning on compatibility mode for the Launcher. First try setting it to Windows 7. If using Windows 7, try setting it to Windows Vista or Windows XP. To turn on compatibility mode, go to the Toontown Rewritten folder, right click on 'Launcher.exe', click 'Properties', and select the 'Compatibility' tab. Check the box that says, 'Run this program in compatibility mode for:' and make your selection from the dropdown menu.
  • Make sure your antivirus isn't blocking Toontown Rewritten. For some reason, some antivirus software does not allow Toontown Rewritten to fully download or install. Please try temporarily disabling your anti-virus and running or downloading the Toontown Rewritten Launcher again.
  • If your username or password contains an accent or other special character, the launcher will crash. Try changing your password if this is the case! We're working to resolve this issue in the future.
  • Make sure that you have an audio device plugged into your computer, and that your audio drivers are up to date. On some computers, the game will crash without a default audio device connected.
  • Some Windows XP users have reported that they needed to update Microsoft Net Framework 4.0 and Microsoft Visual C++ in order for problems to go away. Keep in mind that since Microsoft has chosen to end support for Windows XP, Toontown Rewritten has stopped providing support for Windows XP as well. If you're on Windows XP and none of these solutions work, we recommend upgrading to Windows 7 or above for the best Toontown Rewritten experience.
  • You may be lacking graphics drivers with OpenGL support. Follow these steps to make sure your graphics card is up to date:
    1. Try installing the most recent graphics drivers from the manufacturer's website. If you have an Intel graphics card, use Intel's website to update your drivers. If you have an AMD graphics card, use this guide from AMD's website.
    2. Alternatively, if you are running an Intel graphics card/cpu, try installing a media accelerator from Intel's website.
    3. Make sure that your computer has taken all of the Windows updates available so that everything is up-to-date!
    4. Try playing in Windowed mode at a lower resolution. You can change this setting in your Shticker book on the Options page.
  • Right-click on your launcher icon, and in the dialog box that opens, click the 'Shortcut' tab. Verify that the Target is '<Path to Your Toontown Rewritten Folder Here>Launcher.exe'. If the target is TTRengine.exe change it to Launcher.exe, then click 'OK'.
  • Make sure your launcher is not 'Read Only'. Right click the launcher icon and select 'Properties', then 'Security'. Verify that each user group is allowed Full control, including: Modify, Read & Execute, Read, Write.
  • When the time, date, or time zone settings are not set properly on your computer, or your CMOS battery is failing, you may have some issues. To resolve this, please try resyncing your clock. Instructions can be found on this third party guide. We also suggest that you clear your cookies and cache after you make these changes.

I'm using Kaspersky Antivirus and can't log into the game. How do I play?

We have been receiving a lot of reports from Toons who use Kaspersky Antivirus that they've had trouble entering the game. Our developers are aware of the issue and are working hard to fix it, but unfortunately the only solution we have at this time is to uninstall Kaspersky Antivirus and use a different antivirus program. Kaspersky Antivirus and Toontown Rewritten just don't get along very well!


You can see if Kaspersky Antivirus is the problem by disabling it before logging into the game. If you can access Toontown Rewritten when Norton antivirus is disabled, then you know that it is causing your problems and you will have to replace it with another antivirus program. If you need help or antivirus recommendations with this process, feel free to email [email protected].

I'm experiencing a lot of lag and crashes. How can I stop this?

While many crashes can be caused by bugs in the game, there are a few things you can try to help reduce them on your end:

  • If possible, connect to your internet directly with an ethernet cable to prevent poor Wi-Fi connections.
  • Try playing in Windowed mode at a lower resolution. You can change this setting in your Shticker book on the Options page.


Windows Troubleshooting:

  • Try running Toontown Rewritten as a system administrator. To turn on this setting, go to the Toontown Rewritten folder (Usually in C:Program FilesToontown Rewritten or C:Program Files (x86)Toontown Rewritten), right click on 'Launcher.exe', click 'Properties', and select the 'Compatibility' tab. Check the box that says, 'Run this program as an administrator'.
  • If you are using Windows 7 or higher, try turning on compatibility mode for the Launcher. First try setting it to Windows 7. If using Windows 7, try setting it to Windows Vista or Windows XP. To turn on compatibility mode, go to the Toontown Rewritten folder, right click on 'Launcher.exe', click 'Properties', and select the 'Compatibility' tab. Check the box that says, 'Run this program in compatibility mode for:' and make your selection from the dropdown menu.
  • Some Windows XP users have reported that they needed to update Microsoft Net Framework 4.0 and Microsoft Visual C++ in order for problems to go away. Keep in mind that since Microsoft has chosen to end support for Windows XP, Toontown Rewritten has stopped providing support for Windows XP as well. If you're on Windows XP and none of these solutions work, we recommend upgrading to Windows 7 or above for the best Toontown Rewritten experience.
  • When the time, date, or time zone settings are not set properly on your computer, or your CMOS battery is failing, you may have some issues. To resolve this, please try resyncing your clock. Instructions can be found on this third party guide. We also suggest that you clear your cookies and cache after you make these changes.

Intel GPU driver:

If your game is crashing every 15 minutes it might be the result of an Intel GPU driver. Players have reported that the following solutions reduce or mitigate crashing in this instance:

  • Try using our 512x resolution Content Pack, which you can pick up from here. While it's not a sure-fire fix, we have found in testing that this pack does a lot to stave off crashes related to Intel graphics. To install it, just travel to your Toontown Rewritten installation folder, and create a new folder called 'resources', and place the .mf file that you downloaded there. Relaunch Toontown Rewritten, and it should automatically start using the pack. If you are using another Content Pack, such as one by our Partners, you may need to remove them or place the 512x pack at a higher hierarchy in the Options menu to see any effects.

  • If you have an AMD or NVIDIA GPU, configure your system to launch the game using that instead. This can usually be done in your GPU driver's control panel. (If you have one of these cards and need additional help, please send support your GPU brand and model)


If all else fails, send a bug report to [email protected]. Our developers will investigate the issue and get right on the case!

None of the troubleshooting steps worked for me. How can I get help with my problem?

If none of the suggestions above solve your issue, let us know and we will forward your issues to the Toon Council for further investigation! We will need your most recent Toontown Rewritten log file, as well as your Launcher.exe.log file or a crash.txt file if available. Here's where you can find these log files:


Windows:

Your Toontown Rewritten Folder containing log files can usually be found in one of the following locations:
C:Program FilesToontown Rewritten
C:Program Files (x86)Toontown Rewritten

Mac:

Open Finder, press Command-Shift-G.

Type in to the box: ~/Library/Application Support/Toontown Rewritten/logs.
We will also need your system specifications to better assist you:

  • Operating System:
  • CPU:
  • RAM:
  • Available Disc Space:
  • Graphics Card:


Once you have all of this information, send a detailed explanation of your problem to [email protected]. We'll get you back into Toontown as quickly as possible!

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This guide will explain how to use the Forkphorus Packager to package Scratch projects for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.

This guide is a Work In Progress. The Windows and Android sections are more complete than others. If you encounter problems or wish to improve this guide, visit the GitHub repo.

Consider using the TurboWarp Packager instead. It will automate most of the process for you.

Mac users: I am not super familiar with Macs so there may be some inaccuracies or better ways to do things, please let me know if this is the case!

Linux users: I am not very familiar with packaging applications for Linux. You will have to do a bit of your own research to finish things. Please report your findings so I can improve this guide for everyone.

Step 1 - Use the packager

  1. Go to the forkphorus HTML packager
  2. Enter your project ID or select the project file. Change the options to match your needs.
  3. Open the Environment Options section
  4. Set Packager Environment to NW.js (Windows/Linux)NW.js (Mac)
  5. Select a custom icon, if you have one. (must be .png)
  6. Make changes to NW.js package.json to match your project:
    • Use the config generator if you are unfamiliar with JSON.
    • Save this text somewhere because you'll probably want to reuse it if you ever update your project.
    • For a full list of usable fields, see the NW.js documentation (Advanced users only)
  7. Click the Package Project button at the bottom of the page. This will generate a file named package.nw.app.nw. Hold on to this file, it will be needed shortly.

Step 2 - Use NW.js

  1. Download NW.js's 'Normal' version (not 'SDK') for your platform. NW.js should automatically detect your operating system and show the correct download. Otherwise, go to the Downloads page and find the correct download.
    The 'SDK' version works, but it includes extra tools you won't need.
  2. Extract the archive. Mac users: This may happen automatically.Linux users: Here's the command for that: tar -xzf nwjs*.tar.gz
  3. Move package.nw (the file generated by the packager in the previous steps) to the same folder where nw.exenw is located. Make sure that this file is named exactly 'package.nw' and not something else such as 'package(1).nw'. The file extension should be .nw, not .zip or .html. Right-click or Control+Click nwjs and select Show Package Contents. Move app.nw into the Resources folder. It may be easiest to open two windows to do this.
  4. Your NW.js folder should now look like this: The highlighted file is what you should have created.
  5. Optionally rename nw.exenwjsnw to something else, such as the name of your project. (make sure to keep the .exe ending)
  6. Open nw.exenwjsnw or whatever you renamed it. Linux users: You may need to open a terminal and run ./nw to start NW.js. This should be fixable by using a .desktop file.
  7. The project should launch! griffpatch's Paper Minecraft project running as an exe on Windows with a solid blue icon.griffpatch's Paper Minecraft project running as an application on Mac.squig3's Scratch port of Ikachan running in Linux. (Manjaro GNOME with Adwaita Dark theme)

Slow startup with large projects

If your project is very large, it may take a while for NW.js to start with this packaging method. If this is the case, you can change the file extension of package.nwapp.nw to .zip, and extract the files within this zip to the same location where package.nwapp.nw was located. The app should function the same, but start faster. You can delete package.nwapp.nw after doing this.

Mac Packaging - Further steps

Create a zip archive of the app itself and credits.html (included in the NW.js download). You must include credits.html, otherwise you may be violating the license of some projects used by NW.js. (not legal advice)

See the NW.js documentation for the full list of further steps. Some of the more important and simpler ones are described below.

Changing the Icon

Use Image2icon to generate a .icns file. Replace Contents/Resources/app.icns in the app to change the icon.

Renaming the Application

See the NW.js documentation linked above.

Notarization

You should sign your app, otherwise users will get scary warnings when they try to run your app with Gatekeeper enabled. See the NW.js documentation for more information.

Linux Packaging - Further steps

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Linux Users: I am not very familiar with packaging for linux. You are mostly on your own here. Please help write this section on GitHub!

You'll probably just want to archive everything into a tarball and have your users extract it. You may will want to make a .desktop file to get a proper desktop presence.

I think that AppImage would be a great way to package this type of app, but I'm not sure how to do that.

Windows Packaging - Further Steps

Changing the icon of nw.exe

You can use a tool like Resource Hacker to change the icon of nw.exe. You will probably need to use a converter to convert your images to .ico files. The icon you will want to change is Icon 1. Right click on it and select 'Replace Icon' to change it.

Distribution

There are many possible ways to distribute your packaged project for Windows. The ones that will be described in more detail here are:

  • Zip - a .zip archive that users must extract and manually run nw.exe (or whatever you renamed it). This is the simplest method and the most common.
  • Make SFX (Self Extracting Archive) - a .exe file that automatically extracts itself and runs your project.

There are also ways to create installers for your projects using tools like . This is out of the scope of this guide.

Creating a zip archive

  1. Find the folder that contains nw.exe. This is not nw.exe itself, but rather the folder that contains it. It should be named something similar to nwjs-v0.46.1-win-x64 unless you have already renamed it.
  2. Rename this folder to something such as the name of your project.
  3. Right-click on the folder and select Sent To -> Compressed (zipped) Folder.

This will generate a zip archive that contains your project.

Users will have to extract this archive and open nw.exe (or whatever you renamed it) manually.

Creating a self-extracting archive

A note on anti-viruses

Some anti-virus software detects all self-extracting archives as viruses. For this reason, I would recommend using a simpler Zip archive instead of creating a self-extracting archive.

Self extracting archives also make your project take significantly longer to launch, and are not very common.

Using Make SFX

Make SFX is a tool for creating self-extracting archives. Other similar tools include 7-Zip, PeaZip, and WinRAR.

  1. Complete the first section using NW.js first.
  2. Download Make SFX from their website.
  3. The Make SFX interface is rather daunting. Pretty much, configure it so that it looks like this:
    • 'Source folder' is where you extracted NW.js to (again, the folder that contains 'nw.exe' or what you renamed it)
    • 'Target SFX file' is where the .exe created by Make SFX will be saved
    • You may want to change the icon of the file. This does not affect the icon of the Window.
    • Set 'Extraction mode' to 'Extract files into specified folder and launch executable', and set the executable file to the path to 'nw.exe' (or whatever you renamed it)
    • Set 'Overwrite mode during extraction' to 'Automatically overwrite all existing files'
  4. Run the output file and make sure it works.
  5. You're done!

Android Packaging

To do this we will embed a link to the packager. This isn't ideal but it works good enough and actually embedding a file isn't officially supported right now.

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We will discuss two methods to do this.

Note that the Google Play Store has a one time fee of $25.

Generate forkphorus packager link

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Note: This does NOT use the HTML Packager.

  1. Go to the forkphorus homepage
  2. Load your project
  3. Scroll down to Package this project, configure settings, and click Package to generate a forkphorus packager link. This link should start with: https://forkphorus.github.io/app.html?...
  4. Keep this link around, it will be needed later.

First Method - Using AppInventor to embed

Perhaps using AppInventor just to embed a webpage is a bit overkill, but it works good enough. These steps do not require any programming knowledge — just follow what them exactly.

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  1. Go to the AppInventor home page and hit Create Apps!. Sign in with a Google account.
  2. Hit Start new project, name the project (this doesn't matter), and hit OK
  3. From the Palette on the left, drag a WebViewer into the Viewer in the middle of the screen.
  4. In the components menu, select WebViewer1 and configure it like so:
    WidthFill parent...
    HeightFill parent...
    HomeURLThe URL generated by Forkphorus from the previous scetion.
  5. In the components menu, select Screen1 and consider the following optional settings:
    AppNameThe name of your app (eg. Paper Minecraft)
    TitleVisiblefalse (unchecked) to remove an ugly titlebar from your app
    ShowStatusBarfalse (unchecked) to hide the native Android status bar while your app is running
    ScreenOrientationLandscape or Portrait if you want to force a specific screen orientation, otherwise leave this to its default value.
    IconA nice icon for your project.
    These are all optional. There are some other options you can set but many of them will have no effect.
  6. To create an APK:
    • Select Build > App (provide QR code for .APK) and scan the QR code on your phone
    • or Select Build > App (save .apk to my computer)
  7. For help on publishing to the Google Play Store, see Publishing Apps to Google Play (App Inventor 2)

Second Method - Using AppsGeyser to embed

  1. Open the AppsGeyser page Create Smart URL App
  2. Insert the link Forkphorus generated into the Website URL box.
  3. Choose a color theme, and hit NEXT
  4. Fill out details such as your App's Name, Description, and Icon, and then hit Create
  5. From here, navigate the treacherous interface to Publish or Download your APK.