dind’t work with kingo root, was stucked at 0,1%
You said we have to clear the RAM. What is with the cache? Dont we have to clear it both?
Don’t use KingoRoot. Go to XDA forum and look for instructions on how to root your device.
There are a few articles in XDA why you should never use KingoRoot - it causes too much issues - improper root, bootloops and so on.
I tried to clone the Gmail app but it always crashes. Do you know why?
Try device emulator! It’s super super resourceful and and does so much in one module!
@roy pretty sure clearing ram also clears cache
@WEEKEND stay away from one click root options if possible
Okay thank you @Dconley
I planned on creating Gmail accounts through the same process in a cloned Gmail app. But it seems that Gmail doesnt work when cloned. Now I try to create my Gmail accounts with this
I wonder why that topic is on lvl2 while it is fully accessible on the other forums haha…
I didnt realized until now
When I was Level 1 few days ago it was public for all.
Oh lol… Man really can’t wait till I am lvl 2, need a good source for bulk accs haha…
Can we upgrade app cloner to new version ? i did install your app cloner but isn’t premium i can only clone 1 ig.
You need only one. When you leave the app the footprints get whiped.
That was something I also didnt understand by the very first time reading this guide. @WEEKEND
thank you, i did understand now, i didn’t know why my account dissapear every time and is was: wtf? now i have unistall and install again this? :))
Just clone the app one time, make the settings and open/close the app for every account you create. Make sure you clear the RAM from the app / from your phone. @WEEKEND
My first try with this method: I created an account with protonmail attached to it and got instant ban.
same on a gmail .
- Try Gmail account: instant ban
Must be something that is not setup right in the app cloner i think so. Something gets still leaked…
The GSF is not changed from AppCloner, on top of this the Instagram app creates a file on your root folder with an ID that is read each time the app opens and it’s not deleted by AppCloner.