What Can Root Virtual Machine on Android Do for Daily Life

blog-list By C.Cherry

Have you ever imagined running root required apps on a normal Android smartphone? Would you like to have another virtual Android system on Android? Are you seeking a way to maintain the work-life balance on just one device? 

In this post, I'm going to show you what our root Android virtual system can do, to solve these issues in an easy and convenient way.

Let's dive right in.

1. Dual Accounts

Running two accounts of one app on the same device is no longer a new topic in 2019. There're hundreds of dual-accounting apps out there supporting this function. Some Android devices like Xiaomi even included this function in their pre-installed apps.

However, what about using both of them at exactly the same time, without having to switch the accounts from the background? Let's see:

One account's running as usual, while the other one's been put in a floating window. All the messages could be displayed and replied in real-time, without having to switch rapidly. Amazing right? And the requirement is very simple. Just download VMOS and clone your Facebook/Whatsapp into the virtual system, then it's all set.

2. Root-Free

Root expended the use of Android devices to the maximum. But there's also a risk of turning your Android phone into a brick, if the gate wasn't opened up in a correct way. It's something just like a trade. You enjoy, and you bear the risk.


What if I tell you, there's no risk at all? Look at the featured root function inside of VMOS:

Just like what you're thinking of, install VMOS on an unrooted Android phone, then install those root required apps in VMOS is the trick.

3. Multi-tasking

Idle games are becoming more and more popular nowadays, for the satisfaction of level-up and the relaxing game style. But, would you feel like to do something when you are not occupied when playing this kind of game, such as watching a video, chatting, etc? We help you out.

The floating window is completely separate, which will not affect anything in the game when using it. You can even run the same game in the virtual system with another account, for doing everything you have in mind.

4. Coding and Testing

Lots of coding and testing things are not happened in physical systems, to avoid harms and analyze requirements. So, the virtual system is a basic need. 


If you're not an engineer, it's relatively hard to create one for testing malware inside of apps. Actually, despite rooting access, VMOS provides an Android system that could test any malware with a secured environment that you don't need to worry about being affected on the physical device.

You can also do coding jobs inside of VMOS with just the android device, no matter it's correct or false.

5. Work-Life Balance

Have you ever signed the BYOD contract with your company? I suppose most of you did. Sometimes, it's quite annoying when receiving working related messages in your spare time. Furthermore, it would be a huge loss if the company wipes all the data from your device remotely. 

How to deal with it? Try to put all these stuff for business into the virtual system.

There would not only be settings for notifications on messages but also keep the potential wiping in the virtual system only. No need for backup regularly, only the data in VMOS will be wiped if you messed up with the company.

6. System Compatibility

Look at the chart from Statista:

What do you find? There're more than 5 million apps in all the stores. 

As the version of Android keeps updating, lots of useful apps couldn't keep their steps with it, for example, Viper4Android. For these specific apps, instead of uninstalling them with regretful, we actually have another choice: put them in a lower Android system which is compatible.

In this way, we could enjoy both the attractive new functions of an upgraded system and the incompatible apps which we are not willing to uninstall.

7. Private Space

Almost everyone has a skeleton in the cupboard. Sometimes, we have information on pictures, videos or apps that wouldn't like others to know when lending our smartphones in particular situations. How to hide them? Clone or transfer to the virtual system!

VMOS creates a unique private space with a screen lock. Hide all the information inside, and share your device with friends. You'd never worry about opening the cupboard by anyone else.

As you can see, equipped with the root environment, the virtual Android system on Android could do lots of help to our life in a variety of aspects. Download and try it!