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How to root Virtual Master & install Xposed

Virtual Master - Android Clone app does not have switches to turn on root and Xposed in settings, but there is a secret way to root and install xposed easly. This is intended to avoid the violation of the terms of service of Play Store I think. The developer has told peoples in Telegram Group to do this way. If you want to report bugs or freature request, please send feedback to the developer via Virtual Master app (For you > Feedback), or join the official Telegram group . I can’t offer you with support since I don’t use Virtual Master as a daily driver How to import to root VM & install Xposed First, download Superuser, Magisk or Xposed Installer to your physical device Magisk (Android 7.1.2 & 9.0) : Superuser APK (Android 5.1.1 & 7.1.2) : Xposed Installer (Android 5.1.1 & 7.1.2) : https://xposed-installer.en

How to install systemless Xposed Framework on Magisk for Android 5.0 - 8.1

Systemless Xposed Framework is a module for Magisk, repackaged by topjohnwu and fixed by bibarub. Only Lollipop 5.x.x, Marshmallow 6.x, Nougat 7.x.x, and Oreo 8.x are supported for ARM, ARM64, and x86, with additional support for x86_64. If you are using Android 9 Pie or above, use LSposed module instead. See: Download the Xposed ZIP package: Releases · bibarub/xposed Open the Magisk app, and switch to the Modules tab using the bottom navigation menu. Tap on the button named Install from storage (Package icon on bottom-right corner if youuse Mgisk Delta). Next, browse and select the ZIP you downloaded earlier. After a successful installation, click Reboot to reboot Android system. If you use Emulator, do not click Reboot , instead restart the emulator by clicking close button You should see the Xposed Installer in your launcher. In case the Xposed Installer is not installed, you can Download Xposed