How to Run Root Apps on Unrooted Android Device

Rooted phones are the ones that have superuser capabilities, but what if you don’t have root access. Well, rooting phones surely void the warranty, but today I’m going to share a tip on using rooted apps on unrooted phones so you can do your job even without rooting your phone. This is an Android emulator APK for Android phones so that you can root your emulator and not your phone.

What once seemed a far-fetched scenario has now come true. With the help of a simulation app called VMOS, you can now run various root apps on unrooted Android devices. Refer to the instructions in this guide for more information.

What is VMOS

VMOS is a virtual machine that allows you to run the Android operating system in your main 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) itself. Just run it like any normal APK and let the app do the rest.

The best part of this app is whatever action you take, it stays only in this app. This will have no effect as such on your device. If something happens to your device, that is, by installing a rooted app or for whatever reason, simply uninstall VMOS.

Now let’s see what everything could be done with this app. But before downloading the app, take a look at the requirements for this app to work. Please make sure your device meets these requirements, otherwise, you may experience delays while using the app.

Requirements

  • Android Version Required: Android 5.1.1 or above
  • Internal Storage: Minimum 32GB
  • RAM: At least 3GB of RAM is recommended.

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Create a Fake Phone Environment

VMOS creates a functional Android environment, with preinstalled applications 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, user interface. exactly similar to what the native Android has provided.

Android Emulator VMOS UI
Android Emulator VMOS UI

This includes the notification panel, the Settings menu, etc. Not only that, but you can also use the Play Store to install any of your favorite apps. Just be sure to sign in with your primary Google ID.

How to use rooted apps on non-rooted phones

The reason for obtaining superuser permission or root access using different tools. Tools such as MODDING APPS, Get different access to an application or use Magisk (the most useful application). So there is an Android emulator for Android phones called “VMOS”. Using VMOS, you can easily root your emulator and install your favorite rooted apps. you can also use it to connect to Google Play with MODDED APK files.

The first reason to get this emulator is to connect to Google Play Games using MOD APK on your non-rooted phones. So, using this trick, you will be able to log into the Google Play Games account and record your progress online even if you are using MOD APK FILES. To do this, you will need unsigned APK MOD files. Use Lucky Patcher and MOD your Play Store and you’re done. You will now be able to install the unsigned MOD APK and use it to connect to games using rootless MOD APK files.

Follow the below steps to root your device (all the below steps are to be performed inside the VMOS app only):

  1. Go the Settings option.
  2. Navigate to About phone.
  3. Tap on Build number 7 times.
  4. Go back to Settings and select Developer options.
VMOS Root Access enable
  1. Under the Debugging section, enable the ROOT toggle.
  2. Restart the app once.

Now give various rooted apps and Magisk modules a try. Root access is now available on your virtual machine. Moreover, if you need to check whether the simulator has been successfully rooted, you may use the Root Checker app for the same.

Multiple Accounts:

Using this application, you can run two different versions of the Android system. As a result, it gives you the ability to duplicate apps and use two different accounts of the same app simultaneously. For example, you can use your main device to manage your personal account and at the same time manage your work profile in VMOS.

VMOS Multi Window
VMOS Multi Window

Sign-in To Play Games using MOD APK on Non Rooted Phones

Since VMOS is an Android emulator that works on Android phones, you will have different customization options. Like the display settings, the application settings and you can increase or decrease the power of your emulator according to the requests of the application. The tutorial is simple and here it is.

Tutorial about How to Install Android Emulator APK on Android Phones:-

  1. Download VMOS APK from our Mirror List.
  2. Install VMOS.APK just like normal Apps.
  3. Start Emulator, It will take sometime at first start.
  4. Now Use it as a new phone. Install New Apps, Lucky Patcher, and everything.
  5. From Settings Allow Root Access and your emulator is now rooted. That’s it. Have fun with the Emulator.

Another useful feature of this application is the ability to run in a floating window, which makes it even easier to manage the Android system simultaneously.

FAQ

Q. Is VMOS a rooted system?

A. Users decide. We can switch the button in Developer options→Grant root permission.

Q. How does VMOS work?

A. VMOS is a new and innovative technology. It virtualizes another native Android operating system on your own phone, like a parallel space or parallel system. With VMOS, you can switch between real and virtual systems at any time. The data and applications are stored locally.

Q. What types of phone can be installed?

A. The phone of more than 32 GB storage and 3 GB RAM. And the phone system is higher or equal to Android 5.1

Q. Is VMOS safe for your real phone?

A. Sure. Real phone and VMOS has 2 separate systems. Data from both systems won’t interfere with each other.

Q. How’s the speed of VMOS?

A. Actually, it’s fast. No need to transmit data remotely.

Q. Can I clone APP in real phone to it?

A. Yes. File→Choose APP→Import

Q. Why VMOS need access to storage, device information, location, IMEI and audio?

A. VMOS requires these authorizations for better simulating real phone scenarios.

So with this, we conclude this guide on how to run root apps on any unrooted device. Do let us know if you need any help with respect to any of the steps mentioned here.