How to Use Rooted Apps on Non-Rooted Android Devices
Well, as most of you already know.. Android is one of the most customizable operating systems out there. Wallpapers, Icons, Launchers, themes, and whatnot? Well, all the aforementioned things can be done on non-rooted devices.
But if you want to know someone’s Wifi password or block system-wide ads, install audio mods like Dolby atmos, customize your Android to a whole new level, you will need root. I mean, there are a lot of benefits. But, every good thing comes with a lot of bad things.
Rooting can void your warranty, reduces security, and chances are you might even end up bricking your device. So, if you want to use the root apps without rooting your device, you will need an app called VMOS. So basically, VMOS is a virtual machine that allows you to run virtual Android OS on your device. VMOS is just like any other app. For example, if you download the Facebook app from Play Store, you can access and use your Facebook account, right?
So, just like that, you can download VMOS to use another Android OS within your Android itself. Just like What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. What happens in VMOS os App stays in VMOS app. So, even if you misperform anything, it doesn’t affect your device. In such cases, you can simply uninstall the VMOS app and install it back again.