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Do you have an Android phone? If so, I have a perfect solution for you.
Download this app: App Cloner (no root required or anything)
Scroll to and click the AMC Theatres app
Change the name to something to help you differentiate between your account and your friend's. You can also change the icon color (hue, saturation, lightness)
Press the check button and start cloning the app
Install the cloned version
It appears the only functionality you'll lose (on the cloned version) is being able to use the map function of the app (unless you get a Google Maps API key, then it should still work), but you can still input a location and use the list of theaters.
Just be logged into your own account on the original install, then log into your friend's account on the cloned version :)
If you're running iOS, unless you're jailbroken, you'll just have to log out and in between the accounts
or just use App Cloner. it doesn't require root, and it changes the package name of the modded apk (for example com.spotify.music turns into com.spotify.musid) so it's detected as a separate app.
For those of you who want to try this out right now but you're on a different device or ROM, check out App Cloner and Parallel Space.
You'd have to modify your build.prop (requires root). But if you don't want to root, you could try using App Cloner to create a clone of the Amazon Video app but change the build.prop values just for it (in App Cloner, click on the app - Developer Options - Build Props
For this to work though you need to get the correct values from a real S7 - maybe someone here has a real S7 and can share their values?
This app could also be useful: [link]
It allows you to have two copies of the same app installed without sharing their data. I think the dev recently added support for Chrome, too.
Edit: and I think Chrome Sync also doesn't work, so history etc isn't shared between devices
If on android, yea. I use an app called app cloner which let's you have multiple of the same app. I'm pretty sure it doesn't need root access. I manage my two level 100+ accounts likes this. And if you have multi window mode like me, you can run both at the same time.
So far you're doing alright. As far as apps not optimized/built for Android TV, they won't show up in the home rows if the dev didn't add leanback support. There's a couple apps that can help out with this, one of them can create a tile by cloning an app that's hiding, and the other is basically its own launcher for the hidden apps.
The app store on the device itself will feel pretty sparse. It's kind of just experimentation as far as finding an app that you use on another device and then seeing if it works with a remote on your Mi Box. It might be a good idea to look into a gamepad or KB+M if you find that you're using a lot of regular Android apps that aren't optimized for a remote control.
Disabling battery optimisation helps, but it doesn't stop the android system from killing the app when memory is low. It may lower the chance, but there is a better solution.
Use an app called App Cloner.
You can set the Tesla app to auto start when you restart your phone, and also stay kept in memory as a persistent app, which will absolutely prevent android from kicking it out, and will keep Bluetooth always active (unless you disable Bluetooth, of course). It will also auto-update and re-clone when there's an update.
Download and open AC, tap Tesla, then Launcher Options, and enable "Persistent App, and " Auto-Start" (choose enable), and then tap clone! It will say Maps and Cloud services don't work, but they will!
You can clone the app. I did it when trying to get around the internal storage media server debacle without success. For your use it would be fine.
This is the app I used [link]
Use App Cloner from the play store and clone the apk for the 5.0 Google Camera from apkmirror.
This will let you install the 5.0 version alongside your current camera app.
saw this on facebook, not sure if it actually works:
>There’s a work around.
>The current solution is to rename the joystick you want to use. In the play store there are apps that can clone other android apps. There’s an app called "App Cloner." Rename your joystick and it should work. NewGPS is currently on the blacklist.
If you have another Android device you can use that to clone the apk. Install the modded apk on it and then clone the app using App Cloner. After that, extract the cloned apk from the device using APK Extractor Lite. You can now install the cloned and modded Spotify alongside your (disabled) official Spotify.
Last time this question was asked somebody recommended the app cloner for 2 instances each signed in with a different user.
Kik brands itself as messaging largely for youth. They absolutely know what people are using it for, but that may not be where they see themselves in the market, nor where their funding comes from - they aren't going to build features for adultery. It also takes MUCH more than a week to ship anything that works on various versions of android and iOS for an app with this large a userbase.
ANYWAY... Almost all the features you want, you can get with App Cloner. The app clones the apk and allows you to install a second version of the app on your phone.
Open the app, select Kik, then go through the massive amount of menu options to change things. Among many many other things, you can:
-Change the name of the app
-Change the app icon
-Change the notification icon
-Set a custom sound
-Change the content of notifications (config what appears)
-Require a password (you can even have it make a fake error and go in that way)
-Keep it from showing in recent apps
-Snooze a notification
-Have notifications timeout
If it's worth paying for to you, App Cloner allows you to alter any app so that you can select text. So, you could make text selectable in any Reddit app.
Find the older version on apkmirror and use appcloner to break the play store link. Turning off update in the play store isn't foolproof.
Use App Cloner from the Play Store. Find the 5.0 camera apk and when you install it choose the option to use app cloner. You'll have 2 camera apps, but it works.
If you're on Android you can duplicate the MoviePass app and just have two installations, one per login.
It's been talked about before.
It is possible when you how. I use a app called app cloner [link]. It clones apks .i have 2 terrarium TV apps on my android device. one having my mums shows and one with my shows. I hope this helps.all you really need is the free version as it does what you need when it prompts you buy just click maby later
Use appcloner from the play store and clone the 5.0 camera apk and then install it. Worked for me. :) Change the name of the new app slightly, don't know if it's necessary but I did that to distinguish it from the stock app.
The system camera app on 8.1 DP is 5.1, that's why 5.0 doesn't install, unless you root.
Uninstall updates for the Samsung video player app and turn off auto update. (Source)
EDIT: If you don't want to keep auto update turned OFF, you could try cloning the video player app (the version that works for you) and then turning auto update ON again. The cloned version won't be updated, even with auto update ON.
For people without a Samsung phone that has Secure Folder who are running Android, another option is App Cloner. Available on Google Play Store and it's free.
Possible to have 3 accounts logged in/running simultaneously on a single phone using Secure Folder + App Cloner.
I don't know about that, but there's App Cloner and it's a lot like Lucky Patcher without the piracy. If you get pro you can clone an app, and revoke permissions from said cloned app and just use it. Cloned apps with permissions removed can't even request those permissions. Afaik you can even remove the ability for the cloned app to hold a wake lock and drain your battery. You'd have to install the app on question to clone it, but after that you can delete it and maybe redownload it every month to "reclone" it, which updates the cloned app if the original app received an update since the last cloning.
Other than that all I can think of is Island which leverages Androids "work profiles" but I don't know if that sandboxes those apps from your personal data or not, the app claims it does though. Though, I'd imagine it would conflict with an actual work profile you may have setup with your employer.
I use AppCloner It will clone the app and you can break the link to Google Play Store. Never get another update prompt again
the quick and permanent solution is to clone the app with a different signature with something like app cloner. The free version should do the job
Here's a simple guide on how you can detach apps from play store with appcloner
There's an app on the Playstore called App Cloner that can create another app along the original one or you can use Island which does the same thing, both of them are pretty simple to use.
You might be able to use something like this to clone Apex and change the package name so it never updates (even stop it appearing in the Play Store as needing an update). But I don't use Apex so I don't know if it'll work or not
I've been using this app and it works an absolute charm: [link]
I've only been using it for burner accounts rather than proper alts though. Need to look into whether I can still register accounts I make there to Google Play accounts (which would let me transfer it to another device if I got a new phone in the future)
Try using App Cloner when your 15 days are up. I use this app all the time on those fast food app deals that only lets you use the deal on one device no matter how many new accounts you make such as the El Pollo Loco free $7 reward. The free version I think gives you only 1 extra app install and paying for it only gives you like 20, with more installs requiring more money.
I use a cracked apk of it that lets me go to 1000 installs, I can upload it later if you're interested.
If you don't like any of the more privacy-minded options available, you could always use something like App Cloner to strip your preferred keyboard of permissions, spoof your device info, etc.
You can use something like App Cloner play store link
I have never tried it, as it requires the pro version, but it should be possible
Use App Cloner to create a copy of the WhatsApp app, then when it asks you to activate your account put the other number. Each copy of the app will have a different number
Edit: OOS has this built in. Ignore my message.
Its called "App Cloner", it says that because it changes the certificate when it makes the clone some apps may not work, but it seem like its worth a try.
Use App Cloner if you use Andriod to clone the moviepass app so you can use 2 seperate accounts on one phone. Someone on another thread said it worked.
Someone in another thread said that App Cloner worked for them to use 2 accounts. It will save you the hassle of logging in and out.
Nella scorsa settimana chiedevo se ci fosse un app per poter clonare altre app (così da essere usato in caso di dual sim, ma anche no). In attesa del supporto ufficiale di OnePlus, ho trovato App Cloner che davvero al caso mio. Da provare!
Both App Cloner and Multiple Accounts. I cloned the IHPS app, then used MultAcc to make a duplicate version of each - four separate apps in total.
Make sure you login into your new accounts from the splash screen, inserting ::1 or ::2 for the main or seasonal servers respectively. The first few times, teams might still get messed up, but everything should start working normally after the first day / initial setup.
It has to be a non system app. I'm the one that posted that other thread.
Your best bet would be to disable the app and use an app cloner such as this on ([link]) to make it a non system application.
OP can do this himself
install the app on your phone, use App Cloner ([link]) to make a clone that is installable on an Android TV (and show up in Leanback), copy the clone, install it manually, and use.
Check out App Cloner, it does exactly what you're after. In addition to being able to run apps in parallel, you can password protect them, change the icon, hide it from the drawer, strip permissions and a lot more.
see if "App Cloner" can create a duplicate that would be free from play store updates:
Would you mind explaining the feature you're looking to preserve?
The app url is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.applisto.appcloner but it seems like it has been removed from the store... Maybe you can do the same thing with another app.
Use App Cloner to copy the ported apk, then install the copy. It changes the package name, so no issues.
You can also edit the icon color or display name so you can tell which port you're running.
I use App Cloner to create extra copies of the Audible App. The only drawback is that pausing/resuming via the notification isn't possible, I have to unlock my phone and pause in the app itself.
This will only work on Android. I don't thinks there are any iOS alternatives.
I dont know if it still works, but at one point people could play before their region's release by using an app cloner. You could try that.
This is the one I used at the start.
I agree there is nothing on the market that competes with pebble currently.
You can enjoy the pebble support of an older version of endomondo while trying to finagle support in the current version by using App Cloner, it will let you have two versions of the app installed simultaneously (it'll also let you change the name color of the cloned app so you can differentiate between them).
(Even if it works, I still recommend you to use the vpn method if you can so you won't be stuck with updates)
1)First download the 1.1.0 apk and install it : [link]
(You can try to open it, but it won't work)
2)If you don't have it already, install App Cloner from the play store : [link]
3)Use app cloner to clone the game (leave the default settings)
4)Install the cloned version and this one should work. (At least it did for me).
After being able to play, you can remove AppCloner if you wish :)
EDIT: All thanks to VerseHell
App Cloner can do this, but some apps will return an error if you remove certain permissions. So, it may or may not work for you.
I believe your system clipboard still receives anything copied using other clipboard managers, which eliminates the security aspect of it. I think the best you can do is limit clipboard access to individual apps, whether through ADB or by using something like App Cloner.
You could try App Cloner.
I haven't given it a full run, but I just had it make a cloned APK and install it and it seems to function properly.
What features are you looking for? If you are just wanting to run 2+ instances of Kik, you can accomplish that with App Cloner.
App Cloner allows you to strip permissions from apps.
Since you mention your keyboard, Multiling O Keyboard is a full-featured keyboard that doesn't have internet access.
App Cloner lets you revoke permissions. You have to buy the upgrade for the app, though. Or, if you feel like trusting a random internet person, let me know what you want removed and I'll send you the apk.
If you use Android then try cloning the moviepass app using App Cloner so that you have two moviepass apps on your phone. I haven't tried it specifically with moviepass only with other apps, but I heard it works.
You can use an app cloner like this one to clone the apps; this particular cloning app lets you upload a custom icon and name the app whatever you want; that's how it appears in your settings/location/whatever. Pick something like the weather or to-do list, maybe a file backup - something boring that might be running in the background, and it would arouse less suspicion.
For those of us Android users not on a Samsung phone, this app also lets you put a password on the app clone (I'd much rather explain away a password than my kik convos). I use Nova Launcher and hide the clone from my app list, then put a password on it. I figure if he finds that, we're probably well into "he already knew" territory.
Maybe App Cloner? It has the option, but I don't know if it'll work correctly or get you banned—haven't tested it.
I've been using an app called App Cloner for this for a bit, and according to that app there are limitations just because some app behaviors.
interesting out of all the reponses here: [link]
no one mentioned anything about app cloner. so you basically cloned the original app using his app?
did it have the same name?
You could try to clone the apk using an app like App Cloner but first you will need to get the sling tv apk from your Fire TV using adb (this version is not the same as the Google Play version) and then install the sling tv apk to another Android device you have to be able to use App Cloner, finally clone and export the apk so you can sideload this clone to your Fire TV, and if everything works you should have 2 sling tv apps each one with their own settings
MoviePass just doesn’t have family plans yet, They launched with individual plans first but here are som ideas:
So, assuming your kids are 18+ (those terms and conditions you agreed to don’t allow anyone under 18 because they’re issuing bank cards) but do not have a smartphone, about the only other thing I can suggest is a tablet or iPod / iPad that has GPS and you start a mobile WiFi hot spot on your phone to connect to and check in individually through those devices.
However, many users do this for Android, as I linked above:
“Note: Android users can use AppCloner to have multiple versions of the MoviePass app installed to eliminate the need to constantly sign in and out of accounts.
Using App Cloner you can create and install multiple copies of your existing apps. It lets you be able to open multiple instances of your app.
I am not 100% sure though. I can't check on my phone cause I lack space, but you could try something like:
In the description it says: "App cloning can be useful to simultaneously use multiple logins in apps such as Facebook" so I guess you could clone ffbe and just use a different FB acc there.
I have never tried this app myself though, so I am not aware of the risks involved.
However, I believe that all of this is actually more work than just logout -> login heh.
I got an idea today that using a cloned apk, we should be able to install a second copy of plex to an external drive without even needing root, which will let the metadata accumulate there. I won't be able to test it until next week but I'll report back.
This is the app I plan on using to do it [link]
I'll update everyone next week (might actually get upvotes that time around) but one of the advertised features of the most popular app cloner is installing apps on external storage.
I imagine you cannot delete/disable the package without root. You can either try to uninstall/delete the existing package, or try to use App Cloner. I'm not sure if it will work, but worth a try to clone the downloaded APK and rename the app and etc.
again, like I said, this app is not on that list. But if that is what concerns you, here is an app to help you overcome the list
It will copy the app, change its icon, package name and you can even add Google Maps API key
You'd need to use a workaround like App Cloner to create tiles. Or you can use an app like Sideload Launcher to browse your hidden apps.
I just found this and it seems to be working without an issue. The bummer with free is you get none of the paid features.
Edit to add: I just exported my GP settings and imported into cloned and it seems to be working awesome. Seems like a great way to not have to deal with the ads after paying for the app.
Use App cloner.
Using this app, you can make a copy of same app with different name , Icon etc. ( It won't work for google apps though)
Try this if it doesn't work.
Try App Cloner
Here you have all similar apps
It might be possible to use something like App Cloner to create a copy of the T-Mobile Tuesdays app but with a different package ID so that two copies can exist at once. Use the main app for one number, use the cloned app for the other number.
If App Cloner does not work, Island will. It is the same concept you are cloning the app, but with this method you are leveraging Android's "work profiles" to allow 2 copies of the app to exist. This has the benefit of the app retaining T-Mobile's signature in case they check that. (If App Cloner does not work, this would most likely be the reason)
The third solution is clunky, but if you are rooted you can use Titanium Backup to essentially have multiple data profiles for an app that you can swap out. Titanium Backup would retain two separate backups of the T-Mobile Tuesday's appdata, one with your first number, the other with your second number. I have never used this function much and it is really clunky.
This app kind of lets you sandbox other apps: [link]
You can clone an app then strip the app of permissions. Updating apps is a pain though.
If you are running Android, there is an app called "App Cloner"
When you download the app, just go through any steps it gives you.
Once you are done, it will give you an option to clone any app you'd like. Make sure it's Dokkan Battle.
On the cloning screen, you can customize the picture to make it so you can find out which is the real version and which one is your reroll.
After you are done cloning, the app will be ready to use like it's brand new.
SIDENOTE: You will have to do the following again:
-Long ass intro
Also, as soon as you finish EVERYTHING up until the point where you can summon, create a transfer code IMMEDIATELY, either after you finish summons or before. The reasoning behind this is because you can not update the app within the app itself. The only way to update it is to Uninstall the cloned version of the app and clone the original again. That way, you can use the transfer code and avoid the tutorial again.
I hope I explained it in a way that you understand haha. Ask me anything else if you are confused!
Try this: [link]
We use it on the Shield TV for sideloaded apps that don't have leanback support, so they get a tile on the home rows.
You can use an app cloner to run two accounts at once. I do that and even through the updates you don't lose anything. There is just a separate app for each account.
I use [link]
I finally managed to install 0.29.3 alongside 0.31.0 using App Cloner however I can confirm this stops you being able to login on the cloned application. It must be checking the package name when you log in.
Yes it is possible:
Hope this works for you
Looks like GrowBox is relevant again..
I'll be looking into the source code of ShowBox later today to see if there's anything I can do to fix this..
BTW: If you need to use GrowBox but you don't want to loose MX Player, cloning MX Player might be a solution. Haven't tried it but just wanted to share the idea.
i use <strong>App Cloner Pro</strong>. creating a clone of the app is pretty straight forward. and when the app is updated just run the cloner again making sure to use all the same information as the first time and you install the cloned app again just like an update, no uninstalling the cloned app.
and it does not require root. my phone is not rooted.
This was Brian Rakowski's (VP Product Management @ Google) response:
>Q. Is the Visual Core Chip going to be used for anything other than faster HDR and for giving other apps access to similar HDR processing?
>Brian: The Visual Core which we will be turning on in the coming apps will primarily be for 3rd party apps. The cool thing about it is that it gives pretty good performance in a default capture scenario. So when 3rd parties use the camera APIs they’ll be able to get those high quality HDR processed images. So we’re really looking forward to see what they do with it. Turns out we do pretty sophisticated processing, optimising and tuning in the camera app itself to get the maximum performance possible. We do ZSL and fast buffering to get fast HDR capture. So we don’t take advantage of the Pixel Visual Core, we don’t need to take advantage of it. So you won’t see changes in the pictures captured from the default camera app in the coming weeks. What you’ll see is that pictures taken in 3rd party apps will get significantly better as they’ll start taking benefit from some of the HDR processing.We’re pretty excited about what it’ll deliver and we’re looking forward to seeing all your favourite apps that use the camera will get much better pictures as a result.
If you do want to try it you need to use Google Camera v5.0.009 and be on a Pixel 2. So grab the APK from here. Then use App Cloner to clone the downloaded APK and install it. It should display a toast at the bottom about "Pixel 2017 Hardware ZSL" or something like that, if it's using the PVC. I haven't done this in a few months so not sure if anything has been "patched" to stop this. But try it out. Last time I used it, I can see what Mr. Rakowski is talking about because the shutter delay is slower than the "default".
I use [link] to do that.
I fixed this by making a clone of Spotify using App Cloner, where I changed the minimum target SDK to v27. Resultant clone now targets Oreo, has notifications that don't disappear, and allows me to change the notification channel options as you'd expect. :)
I'll have to see if the logcat shows anything. The smali files only have 2 references to raisr, but that was the first GCam version. I'll have to look through the newest version to see what it says.
To be honest, I loaded up a GCam port last night and took three test photos. 1 with stock camera, 1 with the gcam port and camera:raisr enabled, 1 with camera:raisr disabled. I didn't see a difference. But maybe something internally in the port was hard coded to disable it; I don't know for sure.
PS: here's a clone of Google Camera 5.0.009. This one turns on the PVC (Pixel 2017 Hardware ZSL HDR+ config) without any modifications to the app. Google must have been using this for testing. ~~[link]
If you're not comfortable downloading that, grab it from APK Mirror here then use App Cloner so you can install it and not have to root and uninstall the stock app.
Invoking /u/defet_ as well since you were talking about this yesterday.
Your mileage may vary. Worked perfectly on my AOSP 4.4.4 device, didn't work at all on my CM13 Android 6.0 device
Use App Cloner. You can clone an app and then add it to the leanback launcher. Much easier than sideload launcher.
Few Android tv apps can be installed on any android if you have this app cloner and select Android tv in options
Try this or this.
Try using App Cloner on your favorite SMS app.
App Cloner. 1 free clone, paid version will do many
Would something like App Cloner work for you?
App Cloner - there is an option to add the cloned app to the Leanback Launcher.
I'm not sure how it works but it uses something called MultiDroid to set up a separate environment for the app.
I doubt the make any modifications to the code (like App Cloner) because the process of setting up an app takes just a few seconds on my low end phone.
It doesn't seem to be perfect though. I cloned Solid Explorer and while it works just fine, several directories on the SD card and internal storage won't show up while using the cloned app.
Np my dude
And then in the app click up grade to pro
Try App Cloner to create & install copies of your Android apps.
App Cloner can do this and works with most apps.
Using App Cloner
You can use app cloner to create a second version of Tumblr
Install AppClone. It will clone the original app and there's an option to break the play store link. Problem solved
Try app cloner.
Try this - [link]
App Cloner can do this with the in-app upgrade.
app cloner from the play store.
Lots of other app cloners and apk extractors available, as well.
App Cloner has this and similar functions if you get the upgrade.
hi guys try this app, for me work fine. [link]
What exactly did not work ?
Try another app cloner If it didn't work
This one should be able to do it with no problems.
App Cloner might work.
We're talking about this app right? : [link]
I use this for both my Discord accounts.
use app cloner [link]
It means you get this app
to clone this app
so that you don't get this error message
Use this app: [link]
It works well for me
If you use Android, try using App Cloner to clone the moviepass app. Let me know if it works.
I use App Cloner . It works well (normal behaviour/notifications) and doesn't need root.
Not 100% but I assume an app cloner would work?
You can either clone the app or add a second user. On default Android it's in Settings -> Users
I've used this one and it seems to work fine. I've done it just a few minutes ago but so far I haven't experienced any issues
It has by far the fewest amount of permissions compared to similar apps:
Though I'll admit I am a bit confused, since some of the "premium" features listed in the app description I wouldn't expect could be controlled by the included permissions. Is it an app to app sort of thing, dependent on the permissions included in the app being cloned?
I don't know. In my opinion, 'app cloners' are basically the new 'speed boosters' in terms of being developers' new favorite app type to exploit.
<em>Hey, Mr. Developer... what permissions do you need to clone my app?</em>
There was a thread in this sub weeks ago that claimed app cloner does the job .
I'm assuming he means this : [link]
App Cloner maybe?
Works for some apps
Appcloner might be what you're after.
Might want to give a shot to App Cloner
As people mentioned in the comments.
App Cloner too:
Use App Cloner
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