What once seemed a far fetched scenario has now become a reality. With the help of a simulator app called VMOS, you could now run various root apps on unrooted Android devices. Refer to the instructions given in this guide to know more.
What is VMOS
VMOS is a virtual machine that allows you to run the Android OS inside your primary Android device. It is similar to VMware for PC or Android Developer Studio provided by Google. VMOS contains the entire Android system, based on Android Lollipop (5.1.1) within itself. You just have to run it as any other normal APK and let the app do the rest.
The best part about this application is whatever action you perform, it remains within this app only. It will have no effect as such on your device. In case if something happens to your device, i.e. by installing a rooted app or for any reason whatsoever, simply uninstall VMOS.
So let us now have a look at what all could be done using this app. But before downloading the app, have a look at the requirements needed for this app to run. Please make sure that your device meets these requirements, otherwise, you may experience lags while using the app.
- RAM: At least 2GB
- Internal Storage: Minimum 32GB
- Android Version Required: Android 5.1.1 or above
VMOS creates a working Android environment, with pre-installed apps such as Google Apps, Contacts, Call Logs, Browser, Downloads, File Browser, etc. It runs on Android 5.1.1 as a native OS with all its functions, features, UI exactly similar to what the native Android provided. This includes the Notification panel, Settings menu, etc. Not only this, you could even use the Play Store to install any of your preferred apps. Just make sure to sign in with your primary Google ID.
How to run the root apps, on your phone that is unrooted?
You need to use the VMOS app so that you can run the root apps, especially on the non-rooted device. To run the root apps, you need to follow the following steps:
Step 1: on your smartphone, download, and install the VMOS app.
Step 3: To continue further, you will have to grant a few permissions.
Step 4: Then you will have to install the ROM to access further. Then the ROM will be installed on the virtual machine.
Step 5: Then you can see a blank screen and wait for a few seconds or minutes. Then the ROM on the virtual machine will be installed.
Step 6: Then you can actually see the interface of Virtual Android.
Step 7: Go to VMOS and open the settings app. Click seven times on the Build number. The developer option can be enabled. There you can see the Root toggle. You will have to turn on the Root option over there and it will ask you to watch an advertisement video watch that then your virtual phone will be rooted. After following the above-mentioned steps, you can easily run the games and apps for which you require root access. The root apps can be run on the unrooted device with the help of these steps. This is the easiest method and the VMOS app is a great help for it and it’s best to install the app on your android smartphone.