BlueStacks App Player makes it easy for Android enthusiasts to shift their Android experience from a handheld device to their desktop PCs or Laptops powered up with Windows or Mac OS X/MacOS. You can use the BlueStacks App Player in your computer exactly as you would use an Android device in real. BlueStacks App Player allows you to access the Google Play Store and install all of your favourite Android applications and games. You can even install communication apps like WhatsApp, Line and others on your computer by means of an Android emulator like BlueStacks. BlueStacks, in its stock state is a handy tool but its functionality is not limited to its stock state. Since BlueStacks is based on Android and Android happens to be open source, that means you can extend the functionality of BlueStacks as well. What we are trying to hint towards is the root access. Just like an Android smartphone or tablet, the BlueStacks emulator can be rooted as well.
You can download the rooted version of BlueStacks and install it like you’d install the standard version of BlueStacks. In order to make the rooted BlueStacks work on your PC, you will have to uninstall any previous version of BlueStacks installed in it. The rooted BlueStacks is only available for Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 computers. Unfortunately the rooted version is not available for MacOS / OS X for now.
Before jumping up to the BlueStacks Root, we will throw some light on the advantages of the root access for newbies. Android’s open source nature allows developers to maximise the performance of their device by customising the system. To customise the system, developers come up with various applications which work only after getting the root privileges. These applications can add new features to your device, improve the battery life, allow you to backup your entire Android system, allow you to do the out-of-the-box things that Android apparently doesn’t allow in its stock state. Some of the popular root-specific applications which serve the aforementioned purposes include Greenify, CPU over and under clock applications, Titanium Backup, Lucky Patcher etc. Rooting your Android device makes your device compatible with the root specific applications. If you’re just bored of the stock BlueStacks app player, you can make it different by rooting it and adding new features later on. We can now proceed with the guide.
Download Rooted BlueStacks [how to Root BlueStacks]
- First of all, you need to uninstall any previous version of BlueStacks if installed. This rooted version will basically replace your existing BlueStacks.
- Now download the pre-rooted BlueStacks app player setup: Download
- Install and setup your BlueStacks using the comprehensive guide available on TechAppsPC.
- Now install Root Checker application from the Google Play Store.
- Verify Root Access on your BlueStacks App Player using the Root Checker.
- Once Root Checker verifies it, you are all set to install root specific apps.
- That’s all Best of Luck!