Greetings friends, if you are an Android user, probably you have ever wanted root access on your device, to try some apps that may need it. In this post, we will show you how to get Root Access on any Android without taking any risk.
What is Root Access?
Rooting, root, or superuser on Android devices is the process that allows users to gain privileged control, in which they can modify certain functions that come by default in Android devices. Because Android uses the Linux kernel, rooting an Android device gives similar access to administrative (super-user) permissions as in Linux or any other Unix-like operating system such as FreeBSD or macOS.
VMOS: Virtual Machine Operating System
As its name suggests, with this app you can virtualize an Android version into Android. This version of Android includes Root Access so you can run applications in this environment, without compromising the warranty and integrity of your device.
The minimum requirements are:
- 2GB of RAM
- 32GB of Storage
- Android 5.1 or higher
Remember that virtualizing another operating system requires a lot of resources, so we recommend you using mid-range devices. The more powerful your device is, the better your experience will be.
To download VMOS you can do it from the following link on their website by pressing the VMOS download button. I recommend you do it directly from Google Chrome on your device to make easier the process.
Installing the apk file: From Google Chrome, open the apk file, then Chrome will notify you that you don’t have enough permissions, after that, press “settings” and then “Allow from this source“. Now go back and the installation wizard will appear, finally, press install.
To be able to start VMOS you need to have VMOS Unlocker installed. This app looks like a calculator. This is a verification method included by the VMOS team to avoid plagiarism. Remember to always have the latest version installed.
Now download the apk file from the following link below:
After that press Download Latest apk. Then from Google Chrome, open the apk file, the installation wizard will appear, finally, press install.
Setting up VMOS
Open VMOS and slide to the right until you see the Enter VMOS button then press it to start.
After that, VMOS will ask you to enable some permissions. To enable the floating window mode press the On button, you will be redirected to the configuration then press Allow display over other apps.
Come back, again VMOS will ask you more permissions for storage, location, and microphone. Then press To authorize, also press Allow for each one.
After that VMOS will start to install the ROM and then it will boot, this process can take a few minutes.
Activating Root Access
From the main screen press the Settings icon, then press Root, then press Enable root.
After that VMOS will notify you that you must watch an Ad video to continue, press watch now. Finally press Restart Now. And that’s it, you have Root Access on your device.
You can install Root checker to check the status of the Root Access. You can also do this with any app that needs Root Access.
Years ago we would never have thought that this would be possible due to the limitations of the hardware. But virtualizing Android on an Android device is now possible, plus we have a Root environment where we can perform different operations without any damage to our device. We have all this freedom without affecting the warranty of our device.
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