In this post, I'm going to show you how to import obb files into the VMOS Android emulator.
As we've received much feedback from our users, that it's not possible to put obb files into VMOS, I'd like to share a method for getting it done.
Let's get started.
#1. Download TeamViewer on PC
TeamViewer is a software that allows you to manage the files in a specific device remotely. By using it, we'll be able to connect VMOS with PC, and view the files inside of VMOS.
Choose "Install", "Personal use".
Run the software, and it will be like this.
Now let's keep the window open, and go to step 2 directly.
#2. Download QuickSupport
Go to Google Play Store IN VMOS, search "Support" or "QuickSupport", and download TeamViewer QuickSupport.
If you've downloaded it in the physical device, just import it to VMOS.
OK, done? Here come the vital steps.
#3. Compare VMOS with PC
After everything's well prepared, it's time to make it rock.
Run TeamViewer Quick Support in your Android device.
You can see an ID on the screen.
Type in the ID in the TeamViewer opened on PC, click connect.
Now the comparing is completed.
#4. Put obb files into VMOS
With all the above steps done, you can see this screen on PC:
The left part is the files in PC, and the right part is the files in VMOS.
Choose the obb file you'd like to import from PC, open /Android in VMOS*, click send.
Now the target obb files are successfully imported into VMOS, just give it a try. If you've got any ideas or other ways regarding the VMOS emulator, please don't hesitate to drop us an email. We read EVERY email.
*Special Note: As obb files are usually stored in /Android, I only mentioned like this. If you are not sure where to put the files, check the route of obb files in your physical device, and put it in VMOS the same way.