VMOS Virtual Root Android on Android-Double System

VMOS Virtual Root Android on Android-Double System

Virtual Android on Android

VMOS | Virtual Android System Running on Android

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VMOS Virtual Android on Android-Double Your System is a virtualizer for Android that enables users (geeks really) to create Android OS inside the host Android OS. Download VMOS in APK format now by clicking the download button on this page.

The good
The virtual system integrates well with the host.
Ability to import apps from the host.
Minimum system requirements are very common.
Can work on the background.
The bad
You can not adjust the brightness of the guest system.
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So, what exactly is VMOS?

Have you ever used VirtualBox or VMware on a PC or macOS environment? If you answered yes, then VMOS is a similar software but for the Android OS. If answered no and this is your first time using virtualization software, then to put it simply, VMOS will use your device's hardware resources to create another operating system on top of the already installed operating system. This enables users to experiment without breaking their original system among other benefits.

How to install a virtual machine on Android using VMOS

The first thing to do is to install VMOS on your system (the host). The installation process is similar to any other app on Google Play or by downloading the VMOS APK file by clicking the download button on this page. Then, when you run VMOS for the first time, you will be asked to download a virtual machine of about 275 MB. Once the download is complete, it will be automatically extracted and configured by VMOS. This process only takes a few minutes. at the end of which you will be ready to use your virtual Android system.

Minimum system requirements

Virtualization software usually requires minimal requirements because it shares device resources with the host system. VMOS is no exception: at least 3 GB of RAM, at least 32 GB of internal memory, and the host system must be Android 5.1 or higher. These requirements are common today, so it is very easy to get a device that meets these requirements.

Getting to know VMOS UI

Once everything is set up you will see a floating empty phone frame on your screen, this is the new virtual system that you can use as a guest OS. You can use this new system as you wish, using your old Google account or by logging in using a new Google account, you will be able to install whatever apps you like and experiment without being worried that you will break something.

You will be able to switch between the host and the guest systems easily. The guest system will remain on the screen as a floating window as long as it is open, but you can control the size of the window and resize it as you like and control its orientation and minimize the window as well. You can also mute the sound from the guest system, display the running tasks and apps, display notifications, and change graphics quality.

Import apps from the host system

Using the virtual system does not affect the host system at all, but still, you can import the apps from the host system by using the file manager of the guest system.

VMOS features

  • Creates a virtual system on top of the original system.
  • The ability to install apps in a completely separate and secure environment.
  • The minimum requirements are easily met.
  • Switching between guest and host systems is easy.
  • Nice UI that integrates well with the system.
  • Ability to import apps to the guest system from the host system.
  • The guest system does not affect the host system.

Download VMOS for Android 

Get the latest version of VMOS Virtual Android on Android-Double Your System 1.0.42 with a direct and fast download link via Downzen by clicking the download button on this page.

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    Android 5.0+