To install rooted apps on an unrooted device was an impossible task. Rooted apps need special permission to run that require access to certain system settings. You can download the rooted apps but to use them you will have to root your device and access the root permissions to the app. But now there is a way to Run Root Apps in Your Unrooted Phone.
There are lots of advantages of rooted device like uninstalling system apps, flash custom ROM and Kernels, install special apps that required root access, system-wide adblocker, etc. However, there is some security and privacy risk and that’s why many users are afraid to root their device but still want to try rooted apps. This can be now possible with VMOS app.
VMOS is an Android app that creates an instance of a virtual Android device inside your Android device. This can help you use root apps on your unrooted phone. VMOS will not root your device but create a virtual machine that helps you run the rooted apps on non rooted device.
How to Run Root Apps in Your Unrooted Phone
You need VMOS app to Run Root Apps in Your Unrooted Phone. After installing the app, you won’t get the root access by default but you need to enable the root from developer options. You can follow below steps to install and run rooted apps on non rooted phones.
- Download and Install the VMOS App from Play Store.
- Open the app.
- You will find the option to enable root in the developer options. To enable Developer Options, go to About phone and tap the Build Number 7 times.
- In developer options, enable ROOT under Debugging section.
- Restart the app and you have root access via VMOS app.
If you love rooted apps but afraid of rooting your phone then you must try VMOS. It will create a virtual Android device inside your Android device which let you run any rooted apps on your device.