How to Use Root Apps on Non-Rooted Phones

In the latest smartphones, it’s not easy to root it because of enhanced security or company not allow to unlock the bootloader. But what if we want to use Apps that require root access but we don’t have root access on our phones. Well, I have good news for all, that now it is possible to use Root Apps on a phone which does not have root access. It is all possible due to an App called VMOS Virtual Root Android on Android – Double System. Here I will explain how you can download the VMOS with the guide to use it. root apps non rooted phone

The App work on the virtual dual boot concept and it also offers additional features such as installing 2 same App on 1 phone and more. You can also install an App whose requirement is beyond your phone’s specification by using the VMOS App. It created virtual Android on an existing Android system. Not everyone is familiar with the root method but sometimes they need to run Root Apps then VMOS is the solution.

Just to be clear the VMOS may not be able to run Apps like the real rooted system which means you may find glitches on playing heavy games like PUBG on the virtual root system. But this is not a problem for those who only want to run Apps and not heady games then this is a perfect option. You may not even differentiate between the real root system performance and the virtual root system performance.

The basic understanding of the VMOS is that it’s a pre-rooted App which is installed over the existing Android system and thus provide a whole different Android system with Android 5.1.1. If you want to know how you can set up the VMOS then check out the below section.

How to Install VMOS Android on Android

There is nothing technical to follow to install and setup the VMOS. First, you need to install the VMOS App from the Play Store, where you will find its size around 300MB.

Then open the VMOS and it will automatically create a second space on your phone with rooted Android 5.1 system. You can easily minimize the VMOS system and jump to the original system.

To import Apps from the original system to VMOS system you need to first open the file transfer App in VMOS and select the Apps you need to import and then select import. VMOS app

By default the VMOS is not rooted you need to toggle the option from developer option. To do that enter the VMOS then go to Settings > About Phone and tap 7 times on Build Number. Go back to Settings and open Developer Options. In developer options you will find Root option under debugging, enable it. Then restart your VMOS and now your VMOS system is rooted. VMOS app

That’s all you have to do to enable the root access on your newly created VMOS Android system. You can check the root status from the App called Root Checker.

You can also set the resolution of the VMOS system according to your need. And also there is an option for the virtual button that you can toggle when you want.

VMOS System Requirements (Recommended)

Here are the system requirements to run the VMOS smoothly.

  • RAM – 3GB
  • Storage – 32GB
  • OS – Android 5.1+

The battery consumption will be more when VMOS is running which is obvious. This is a great App with goo concept. So check out the App if you like to play with root. Try it and let us know about your experience with VMOS virtual Android system.

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Ashutosh singh

Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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