Companies like Samsung, Xiaomi, Vivo, OPPO, Huawei support Dual Apps or Dual Mode feature. The Dual Apps feature enables you to run two apps of the same instances simultaneously. The feature clones the app into two so you can enjoy the same app with two different accounts running at the same time. Below is the simple guide that will help you set the function and use it. But first of all, let’s see the names and locations every manufacturer uses for this function:
Xiaomi – Dual Apps. Settings -> Dual Apps
Samsung – Dual Messenger. Go to Settings, find Advance Features and choose Dual Messenger.
OPPO – Clone Apps. Settings -> Clone apps
Vivo – App Clone. Settings -> App Clone
Huawei / Honor – App Twin. Settings -> App Twin
How to enable the Dual Apps feature on your Xiaomi device?
Just follow these simple steps.
- Go to Settings -> Apps.
- Click on Dual Apps.
- You will now see a list of applications for which dual apps support is enabled.
- Click on toggle next to the application for which you want the dual app function.
- Tap on Turn on.
- You will now see two icons of the same app on your phone
After the steps just login into two different accounts and start using the apps without any issues. We should also note that each app has its own data and settings, but uninstalling the original app will result in the cloned app being deleted as well.
How to disable the feature on your Xiaomi device?
As MIUI is famous for its simple user interface and easy navigation, it is not difficult to disable the feature. Here are the steps
- Open the settings
- Tap on Apps
- Tap on Dual Apps
- Disable a Dual app
We hope that this guide will help you set up this useful feature. Though if there are any questions, you can freely ask in the comment bar below.