New practical video tutorial in which I teach you how to virtualize Android within Android to have a secure operating system from which to test applications and even being able to root this Android operating system that runs in the background virtually.
A virtualization style in the Virtual Box or Parallel Spaces with which to run Android safely and be able to do the tests you want even giving Superuser permission without this impacting your original Android operating system at all.
In the video that I left you right at the beginning of this post I explain everything you need to know about the application VMOS, an application that with the simple installation of it and granting permits will Download and install virtually for full execution, the Android 5.1.1 operating system.
Among the things to highlight about what we can do with a virtualized Android operating system within our Android, I can think of the following possibilities:
- Install and test applications without having to dirty your original operating system. Whether they are in APK format or downloaded and installed from the Google Play Store.
- Install and run two applications at the same time as for example original WhatsApp.
- Test applications that require root permissions.
- Use the system as a test bench for Android developers.
VMOS is without a doubt a sensational idea in which it is only possible to reproach the version of Android used that has remained in an outdated and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, hopefully in future updates of the app this virtual Android operating system will be updated to at least Android Pie.
Download VMOS for free from the Google Play Store
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