Android is a highly versatile OS, and with that being said, we’ve already experienced the power of emulators that can be installed on a PC for better enjoyment as well. The most famous Android Emulator available for a Windows and a Mac computer is without a doubt, BlueStacks. However, if you’ve ever owned an Android smartphone, and if you are a total enthusiast when it comes to things such as tweaking, then you might have as well experienced the power that you have with a rooted device. Get what we’re trying to say here? Yup, rooting an emulator running Android is totally possible too. However, instead of rooting BlueStacks using a third-party application like SuperSU, we have a verified source which can directly let you install a rooted version of BlueStacks on your PC.
First, let us have a little talk about the advantages you have with a rooted BlueStacks app player over a non-rooted version. For starters, you will be able to enjoy those applications available on the Google Play Store which require root permissions. Some such powerful applications are Greenify, Lucky Patcher and ES File Explorer. Anyways, the second reason as to why you would want to root BlueStacks is to have total control over your applications and games. A rooted device always comes with more beneficial features than a non-rooted one does.
Getting back to the topic, this is our guide which will teach you how to root BlueStacks, or in other words, install a rooted version of BlueStacks itself. Let’s find out how. Ensure you have all the brains set for this procedure, and then carefully follow our guide below.
How To Download And Install Rooted BlueStacks
- First of all, make sure that you have no previous version(s) of BlueStacks installed on your PC already. This step is important as this might totally mess up with the rooted version of BlueStacks.
- Next up, grab the rooted version of BlueStacks and download it by clicking here.
- Follow our guide from here, to now install the rooted version of BlueStacks. While the guide isn’t dedicated to the rooted version, all the steps are the same.
- Launch BlueStacks once the installation has finished.
- You can grab the Root Checker application from the Google Play Store in order to check for root.
Voila! You’ve successfully installed the rooted version of BlueStacks on your Windows PC. If you have any queries, do refer us down in the comments section below.