Android as known by all that it is an open source platform allowing the users to customize and modify it as their preferences. The modification is known as Rooting, it makes the Android device to run as per the user wants it to use and improves the efficiency of the device. Rooting is a method of getting full control on the functioning of the Android device and overcoming the limitations settled up by the OS for people. There are various applications which run better on rooted devices as the permissions for the app are made up by the user enabling it work more efficiently than it works on non-rooted devices.

But the process of rooting is lengthy and has trouble that if it got wrong the device may get bricked making the device non-working and stale in this case the device is completely ruined not able to function. The apps which work on rooted devices can be used also on the devices which are not rooted making the person to access these apps without risking the device. We are going to tell how to use root apps on Android without Root enabling you to have a great time using those root apps on your non rooted device.


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Using Root Apps on Android without Root:

Through these steps you will able to use the root apps without any trouble and there will be no sort of problem while using the app.

Step 1

First of all you have to download and install the Xposed Installer on your Android device to start the process. Through this app you can perform the functions which a rooted device does and it is free of cost in availability. It provides a framework to the device where you can install various modules to perform several functions. Before installing it make you have enabled the Unknown Sources option in your device.

Step 2:

Now open the Xposed Framework app on the device and navigate to the download section of the app, then search for Root Cloak. Tap on it and download the file for the device. Install it after it gets downloaded on the device.


Step 3:

On the Notification Bar of the device there will a notification of Xposed Framework asking you to Activate and rEboot, tap on it and the rootcloak will start after the device reboots. Allow Xposed root access to the device.

Step 4:

Restart your device and the Xposed Installer will start working, then go to module option and select the Root Cloak to start using the root apps.  It will automatically compatible the apps to work on the device also you can add apps to it for use if it doesn’t makes a certain app during the process and working.


After this you will be able to use the root apps on your Android device without rooting it.

How to Use Root Apps on Android without Root
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