How To Root BlueStacks 2

How To Root BlueStacks 2
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Released very recently, BlueStacks 2 has instantly replaced its younger brother, BlueStacks. With BlueStacks 2, in come a bunch of great features, some of them which include seamless multi-tasking, and better app recognition, allowing you to play a much broader variety of applications and games. However, BlueStacks 2 is nothing but an Android emulator installed on your Windows PC, right? For all the keen enthusiasts hungry to root the BlueStacks 2 App Player, you have come to the correct place. Following, you will find a guide on how to root BlueStacks 2 on a Windows PC, and make the most out of it.

First of all, why root it? Amongst the many reasons that follow, the most reliable one is to enjoy the apps that require root access. Rooting an Android device, or in this case, an emulator, opens a bunch of options which are meant for better functioning of the system. You can enjoy a bigger spread of apps, and make BlueStacks 2 Player totally yours. In this guide, we will be using the easiest method to root. We will be using the famous one-click root application, KingRoot. Read on.Root BlueStacks 2

While rooting BlueStacks 2 is fairly simple using KingRoot, complications do not end here. In our testing period, we found KingRoot to be unstable. While this might not be the case with you, we have built an additional guide down below which will allow you to switch from KingRoot to SuperSU, using Super-Sume. Let’s first start with rooting BlueStacks 2 via KingRoot.

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Root BlueStacks 2 Via KingRoot

  1. Make sure you have downloaded BlueStacks 2 App Player, and have installed it carefully on your Windows PC. Do not proceed until you think that BlueStacks 2 is all set for rooting.
  2. Next up, grab the KingRoot APK from the original source, or using the mirror we’ve provided above. For easier location, store it on your desktop.
  3. Once downloaded, locate the APK file, and double-click it. If not previously assigned, open it in the BlueStacks 2 App Player. This is quickly install the APK file onto your BlueStacks 2 App Player.
  4. Launch BlueStacks 2, and hop into KingRoot application from your app drawer. If you do not find it, carefully follow all the steps once again.
  5. With KingRoot now opened, click on the big Android logo whilst in the application. This will start the root exploit, and begin rooting your BlueStacks 2 App Player.Screenshot (6)
  6. This process might take some time, so be patient till the very end.
  7. Once done, we insist you reboot BlueStacks 2 for optimal results.

Great! To verify root, you can download the Root Checker application from the Google Play Store and launch it. If you have succeeded, great job! Even after installing KingRoot and rooting BlueStacks 2, you might as well switch to SuperSU. This step is optional, but is recommended for best results.

Switch From KingRoot To SuperSU

  1. In order to do so, grab the Super-Sume APK file from our downloads section provided above the procedure. Again, place it in a convenient location for ease.
  2. Once downloaded, locate the APK file, and double-click it. If not previously assigned, open it in the BlueStacks 2 App Player. This is quickly install the APK file onto your BlueStacks 2 App Player.
  3. Launch BlueStacks 2, and hop into the Super-Sume application from your app drawer. If you do not find it, carefully follow all the steps once again.
  4. Click on the big blue button whilst in the application. This will delete all the files that KingRoot has created, and in turn will place SuperSU as the basic Root provider for your BlueStacks 2 App Player.
  5. Once done, reboot your player for best results.

Whoosh! Now you can whole-heatedly enjoy the latest and greatest root application on BlueStacks 2 without worries! If you’ve encountered any problems whatsoever while following the procedure, we are always here to help. Refer us down in the comments section!