Rooting Bluestacks – tutorial (Bluestacks 2)
We all want our Android emulators to be rooted. In some cases, that can be done in one click (Nox), and in other we need to write tutorials about rooting (we won’t name it 🙂 ). Rooting Bluestacks can be complicated, because there is more than one version that is in use. This method will work on newest Bluestacks 2.
Before we start with tutorial on how to root Bluestacks, let’s say something about this tool.
As we can see on Filehippo.com,
“BlueStacks App Player is a great tool for allowing you to run your favorite mobile apps/games in full screen in your browser using a PC or Mac.
BlueStacks App Player Key Features
- Fully customizable environment
- Support for multiple OS configurations
- Google Play integration
Once installed, BlueStacks App Player can be configured to work with your choice of popular social media platforms i.e. Facebook or Twitter. As the environment runs Android apps, you can configure BlueStacks App Player to work with your Google Play account, so you can access all your favourtite apps and games!
The user interface of BlueStacks App Player can be totally configured to suit your needs. Additionally, it is capable of integrating with the custom software experiences which are designed and developed by PC manufacturers.”
You can download it from their official site [LINK].
We already wrote about it, when we try to make Cheat Engine work on Bluestacks [LINK]. But in this article, we will see how rooting Bluestacks can be done.
No, we won’t root it with Kingroot, because it does’t work like it should.
Instead, you will only need to install BS Helper [LINK].
- After you have extracted it on you computer, drag&drop superuser_X_PRO_vX-48.apk in Bluestacks.
It will recognize it as app, and install it.
- For the next step, start BSHelper.exe, and click on Patch for Superuser X.
- After a while, app will start inside Bluestacks emulator, and the popup will show that rooting Bluestacks is finished successfully.
- Now, just reboot it, and the job is done.
- Enjoy in your rooted device.