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    Question Emulate Android in Android

    Hello everyone,
    thanks a lot for your help and time in advance.

    I want to know if there's any chance to emulate WhatsApp or Android in my Samsung Galaxy S5.

    Because I have two numbers, but I mostly use WhatsApp in my second one. But I don't want to have two mobile phones in my pocket, it's quite uncomfortable.

    So I don't know if I can emulate WhatsApp (as if it would be a second phone). Just like BlueStacks in Windows, but in Android. So, it would be emulate Android in Android.

    Hope you understand what I mean and thanks a lot again!
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    I forget to add that I already tried the "OGWhatsApp", but problem is that it requires to use my primary number in the OGWhatsApp and the second number in the official WhatsApp.

    If I want to use my second account in OGWhatsApp I should delete WhatsApp, set my second number there, and then move it to OGWhatsApp, and then I could put my primary number in the official one, quite a mess.
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    Default Re: Emulate Android in Android

    I don't think Android can do that right now on phones. But it may be coming.
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    Default Re: Emulate Android in Android

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfdriver97 View Post
    I don't think Android can do that right now on phones. But it may be coming.
    So there's no way?

    What if I sync BlueStacks from Windows with my Android device?
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    Default Re: Emulate Android in Android

    Is it a line of service or just a WhatsApp account?
    It sounds like you want two phone numbers on one phone...

    Here in the U.S. you could port one number to Google Voice and then set Voice to forward it to your primary number.
    Then you are only paying for one line of service, but have two (or more) numbers.
    The only issue there is that GV works for SMS but not MMS.
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