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Proceed at your own risk as rooting BlueStacks can cause it to become unstable and it may fail to launch. Also, it may harm data or your system. Moreover, in some cases, third-party applications are used, which are generally safe but may harm your system/data. Additionally, rooted BlueStacks can be used for some illegal activities, so, proceed with extreme caution and stay within the legal boundaries.
Once the BlueStacks are rooted, you can try startup managers, custom animations, script managers, etc. (e.g., System Tools Android app) to customize the BlueStacks installation. For best uses, you may search the web for the best apps for rooted Android.
So dear readers, in this way, you can use different modules of the Xposed installer to tweak the BlueStacks instance. Also, there are plenty of other apps for rooted BlueStacks (the Internet is your best friend) to take full advantage of the rooting process.
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TagsBluestacks.no-icon:beforedisplay:none; By Kevin ArrowsOctober 30, 2022 8 minutes readKevin is a certified Network Engineer "@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Article","dateCreated":"2021-11-04T06:38:21-05:00","datePublished":"2021-11-04T06:38:21-05:00","dateModified":"2022-10-30T04:26:28-05:00","headline":"How to Root Bluestacks on Windows Easily?","keywords":"Bluestacks","url":"https:\/\/appuals.com\/root-bluestacks\/","description":"In Android, rooting is a process to gain administrative privileges on the phone and have access to the Android system files. This allows the user to perform different operations (that a normal user ca","articleSection":"Windows Virtualization","articleBody":"In Android, rooting is a process to gain administrative privileges on the phone and have access to the Android system files. This allows the user to perform different operations (that a normal user cannot like changing the boot animation etc.) and install applications that require root access (like Wi-Fi sniffer). As one of the top Android Emulators, there is always a requirement from some advanced users to root the BlueStacks application.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThere can be many methods both, automatic or manual to root BlueStacks, but we will try to use a simple approach so that a common user can follow the instructions.\r\n\r\nWarning:\r\n\r\nProceed at your own risk as rooting BlueStacks can cause it to become unstable and it may fail to launch. Also, it may harm data or your system. Moreover, in some cases, third-party applications are used, which are generally safe but may harm your system\/data. Additionally, rooted BlueStacks can be used for some illegal activities, so, proceed with extreme caution and stay within the legal boundaries.\r\nCreate a New BlueStacks Instance\r\nAs you are going to try to root the BlueStacks, this comes with some risks, and trying it on a BlueStacks installation that has some essential data on it, may render the installation useless. In such a case, creating a new BlueStacks instance in the BlueStacks Multi-instance Manager will be a safe approach.\r\n\r\n \tLaunch the BlueStacks Multi-Instance Manager and click New Instance (near the bottom right).\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow select Fresh Instance and choose an Android version but it will be better to select Nougat 32-bit (the default BlueStacks installation at the time of writing this article).\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen click Next and set the CPU Cores dropdown box to at least Medium (2 Cores).\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow set the RAM dropdown to Medium 2GB and leave other options on the default values.\r\n \tThen click on the Create button and wait till the BlueStacks instance is created.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow in the Multi-Instance Manager, select the newly created instance and click on Start.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen, sign into the Play Store and then you can go ahead with the rooting process as discussed below.\r\n\r\nInstall a Root Checking Application from the Google Play Store\r\nWhichever method is used to Root BlueStacks, you may need a root checking app to confirm if the process was successful.\r\n\r\n \tLaunch the Google Play Store in BlueStacks and search for Root Check.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow open Root Checker (or any other application of your choice) and click Install.\r\n \tThen launch Root Checker and click on Agree (if you accept the T&Cs).\r\n \tNow click on Get Started and under Verify Root Status, click on Verify Root.\r\n \tThen you will be shown that the device is not rooted. Do not worry, when the BlueStacks installation is rooted, it will say the device is rooted.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nMethod 1: Root BlueStacks by Editing its Configuration File\r\nThis method is probably the easiest one as nothing has to be downloaded and installed. Also, the user will be using the tools he is quite familiar with.\r\n\r\n \tFirstly, close BlueStacks, and in case of a version less than 5, make sure to exit BlueStacks from the system\u2019s tray.\r\n \tThen right-click Windows and select Run.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow navigate to the installation path of BlueStacks, usually, the following (some users might have to enable viewing of hidden and protected operating system files):\r\n%programdata%\r\n\r\n \tNow open the BlueStacks or BlueStacks_nxt folder and right-click on the Bluestacks.config file.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen select Open With and expand More Apps.\r\n \tNow select Notepad and when the Notepad window is shown, expand Edit and select Find.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen search for root and change the value of bst.feature.rooting to 1.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tAgain, search for root and change the value of bst.instance.Nougat32.enable_root_access to 1.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tIf you have more than one instance of BlueStacks, change the value of all the values related to root to 1 from 0.\r\n \tNow save your changes and launch BlueStacks.\r\n \tOnce booted, launch the Root Checker application and click on Verify Root.\r\n \tHopefully, it will show a successful root message.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nOnce the BlueStacks are rooted, you can try startup managers, custom animations, script managers, etc. (e.g., System Tools Android app) to customize the BlueStacks installation. For best uses, you may search the web for the best apps for rooted Android.\r\nMethod 2: Root BlueStacks by One Click Root Applications\r\nFor many users, who just want to use root privileges for just a single app, the method discussed above will suffice. If you do not want to edit the Config file, then you may use a one-click rooting application like OneClickRoot or KingRoot. That process is very simple, so, we are not discussing it deeply.\r\n\r\n \tDownload APK files of any of the one-click root apps like King Root or OneClickRoot from their websites and install the APK file in BlueStacks.\r\n \tThen launch the installed app and use the on-screen instructions to Root BlueStacks.\r\n\r\nMethod 3: Use the BS Tweaker Application to Root BlueStacks\r\nFor some of the advanced users, especially those users who need SuperSU, the above methods may not fulfill their requirements, although, the root may work, the installation of the SuperSU binary might require some extensive tweaking. The SuperSU can manually be installed but that will require quite a work, even for some experienced folks. If you are interested in manually installing SuperSU, then you may look into the XDA-developer forum post for more details. But there are other tools like the BS Tweaker that make this process very easy. Keep in mind SuperSU manages the root permissions for the apps by showing the user a prompt to either permit the root access for an application or not.\r\nInstall the BS Tweaker Application\r\n\r\n \tLaunch a web browser and navigate to the BS Tweaker website.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow download the latest version of BS Tweaker and once downloaded, extract the downloaded zip.\r\n \tThen open the extracted zip folder and right-click on BlueStacksTweaker.exe.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow select Run as Administrator and click Yes, if a UAC prompt is received.\r\n\r\nInstall the Root Checker Pro Application\r\nThe Root Checker Basic may work with the above methods, but for the BS Tweaker, the user may have to use Root Checker Pro.\r\n\r\n \tNow, at the right bottom of the BS Tweaker, click on the BS Tweaker website URL.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tA new browser window will open and the BS Tweaker website will be shown.\r\n \tThen, in the top bar, click on Utils, and under Manage and Check Root section, in front of Root Checker Pro, click on Download.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow save the file on your desktop and switch to the BlueStacks instance window.\r\n \tThen click on the Install APK button in the right bar. You may also use try the shortcut key combination of Ctrl + Shift + B.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow double-click Root Checker Pro and wait till the Root Checker Pro icon is shown in BlueStacks. Do not launch the Root Check Pro application yet.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nRoot BlueStacks by Using the BS Tweaker Application\r\n\r\n \tAfterward, switch to the BS Tweaker window and click on the stop button in front of the BlueStacks instance (if started) that you want to root.\r\n \tThen, in the left pane of the BS Tweaker, select the BlueStacks instance that you want to root by selecting the relevant checkbox.\r\n \tNow, in the right pane, head to the Root tab and click on the Unlock button.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen confirm the warning and wait till the bottom bar shows the instance name with unlocking true message.\r\n \tAfterward, start the BlueStacks instance by clicking the Play button and wait till the BlueStacks instance is launched.\r\n\r\nInstall and Update the SuperSu Binary\r\n\r\n \tNow, switch to the BS Tweaker window and click on Install SuperSU.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen switch to the BlueStack window and wait till the SuperSU app icon is shown on the window but do not launch it.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow, switch back to the BS Tweaker window and check the lower status bar for a message stating the installation of SuperSu is true.\r\n \tThen click on Update SU Binary and wait till the status bar shows the Updates SU Binary is true. The BlueStacks instance might close automatically.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tAgain, click on the Play button in front of the BlueStacks instance being rooted and let it completely boot.\r\n\r\nVerify BlueStacks Rooting by Using the Root Check Pro\r\n\r\n \tNow, in the BlueStacks window, launch the Root Checker Pro and accept the agreement (if agreed to).\r\n \tNow click on Verify Root and if asked to, accept to Grant the root permissions to the Root Checker Pro.\r\n \tThen hopefully, the BlueStacks instance is completely rooted status will be shown\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nUpdate the SuperSU Through the Latest APK\r\n\r\n \tNow, switch to the BS Tweaker window and click on the BS Tweaker URL near the bottom right.\r\n \tThen, on the Tweaker website, head to the Utils tab and download the latest SuperSu APK file.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow save the file on your desktop and switch to the BlueStacks window.\r\n \tThen click on the Install APK icon in the right bar and double-click on SuperSU APK.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow click on the SuperSU icon on the Home screen if it asks to be updated, click Continue.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen select Normal (if using non-custom ROM) and when the SuperSU app is updated, click OK.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen select Reboot and wait till the BlueStackks instance is closed.\r\n \tNow initialize the BlueStacks instance from the BS Tweaker window.\r\n \tOnce the BlueStacks instance is launched, open the SuperSU application and check its different settings.\r\n\r\nInstall the Xposed Framework\r\nThe Xposed Framework provides a user with different modules that can give a user a lot of utilities to customize the Android and BlueStacks.\r\n\r\n \tSwitch to the BS Tweakers application and start the BlueStacks instance that was rooted earlier.\r\n \tNow, select the BlueStacks instance in BS Tweaker and head to the Root tab.\r\n \tThen, in the Xposed section, click on Patch and wait till the status bar shows the Xposed patch is true.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow click on Install and wait till the status bar shows the Xposed installed message.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen click on Flash and wait till the Xposed flash True message is shown.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow switch to the BlueStacks window and hopefully, you will note the Xposed Installer icon but do not launch it.\r\n \tThen close the BlueStacks instance and afterward, launch it from the BS Tweaker application.\r\n\r\nUse the Xposed Installer to Take Advantage of Rooted BlueStacks\r\n\r\n \tOnce the BlueStacks instance is launched, open Xposed Installer and click OK on the warning dialogue box.\r\n \tNow make sure the Xposed Status is set to Xposed Framework is active.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen click on the hamburger menu in the top left and select Download.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow click on the search icon and search for BootManager (without space).\r\n \tThen select BootManager and head to the versions tab.\r\n \tNow in the box of the most recent version, click on Download, and once downloaded, click on Install. Then Confirm to Install BootManager.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tOnce installed, close the BlueStacks instance and start it from BS Tweaker.\r\n \tOnce the BlueStack instance is launched, open the Xposed Installer and expand its Menu.\r\n \tNow navigate to the Modules tab and checkmark the BootManager app.\r\n\r\n\r\n \tThen restart the BlueStack instance and upon restart, open BootManager.\r\n \tNow\u00a0select the apps that you do not want to start at the BlueStacks startup (like IPTV Smarters Pro).\r\n\r\n\r\n \tNow restart BlueStacks and the selected app will not start with BlueStacks.\r\n\r\nSo dear readers, in this way, you can use different modules of the Xposed installer to tweak the BlueStacks instance. 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