How to root BlueStacks? Super 100% working tweaks.

How to root BlueStacks? You will find probably the best answer here in this post. You can use either BS tweaker or Kingrot to root your BlueStacks. Kingroot is not that popular though. Read on the post to find out how you can actually achieve this.
Please use Table of contents below for quick jump in the post or quickly jump to the section of “how to root BlueStacks” directly.

Android is the much popular mobile OS now a days. It is gaining more popularity for the apps you can use in this operating system. There are billions of apps to use in the Google Play Store for the system. You can install those billions of apps on your device running android operating system. But sometime you may want to use those android apps on your Windows computers too. There comes the super use of BlueStacks.

People use BlueStacks most specially for the games and the utility software. Please note that the high end games like PubG may not be compatible to play on a simple PC. Instead you can go for the PubG lite to play on your PC.

Click to download PubG lite for PC.

Most often People use BlueStacks when they want to play the game that is only available on Android and sometime they also want to play the android game bigger on Windows PC.

You may also explore More How To Guides
How to use new Snapchat like a pro
How to download videos from YouTube

Featured Image for how to root BlueStacks

What is BlueStacks?

Bluestacks is the most popular android emulator. It is much useful for running android apps on Windows computers. The popularity of BlueStacks is growing. People mostly use BlueStacks to play android games on Windows PC and sometime to use some utility software that are only available on Android operating system. BlueStacks tagline itself says “The fastest Android gaming platform for PC”. You can also root BlueStacks to get maximum of your Android capability. With the rooted BlueStacks you can do whatever you can with your rooted Android device.

Can you use BlueStacks without root?

Yes, of course you can. BlueStacks is an Android emulator and it works as a bridge between Android apps and your Windows operating system. You can use all the application using BlueStacks as you use in your normal Android device.

Why do you need to root BlueStacks?

As already mentioned above, you can use BlueStacks without root. But sometime you may want to use extreme Android. Root BlueStacks is similar to Root Android device.

Steps to root BlueStacks.

You may root BlueStacks using quite different methods. Most often people use two popular methods to root BlueStacks. Using BlueStacks Tweaker is the more popular out of two methods.

  1. Using BlueStacks Tweaker
  2. Using KingRoot

As I said you can also use KingRoot to root BlueStacks but here in this tutorial, I am explaining how to root BlueStacks using BlueStack Tweaker. Kingroot is not that popular like BlueStacks tweaker. BlueStacks tweaker is the most useful and popular method among others. This one is also going to be followed trend in the 2020 as well.

How to root BlueStacks using BlueStacks Tweaker? Latest version 2020.

You can root BlueStacks using BlueStacks Tweaker. All the BlueStacks version starting from version 2 to 4 can be rooted using this tool. So you can root BlueStacks 2, BlueStacks 3, BlueStacks 4 simultaneously.

Here in the steps below we are using the latest version in 2020. Screenshots are also from the same version. i.e. BlueStacks 4 and BlueStacks Tweaker 5. I always recommend you to use the latest BlueStacks and also the latest BlueStacks tweaker. While writing this post latest version is the same mentioned in the post.

The Steps to follow

  • Download the BlueStacks Tweaker
  • After downloading Extract and install the BlueStacks Tweaker.
  • Now run the BlueStacks Tweaker as an administrator (This is important)
  • Now the BlueStacks Tweaker will open and you will see the different tabs on the screen
  • Click on the Main tab and then click on “Force Kill BS” as shown in the below image.
BT main Tab image
How to root BlueStacks Screenshot 1
  • Now wait for a while. It may take a little while depending on your PC perfomance.
  • BlueStacks and ADB indicators both will turn red as shown in the image below.
BlueStacks turning red image
Root BlueStacks Screenshot 2
  • Now go to the Root Tab and then click on Unlock. Have a look at the screenshot below.
BlueStacks root tab and unlock image
How to root BlueStacks Screenshot 3
  • Again go back to Main Tab and click on “Start BS”
  • BlueStacks restarts now. When BlueStacks restart you see both BlueStacks and ADB indicators turning green.
  • Now again go to the Root Tab and click on “Patch” as shown in the image below.
  • You can also install SuperSU and also update SU Binary.
Root BlueStacks Root Tab and Patch image
How to root BlueStacks Screenshot 4

When done, you can now enjoy the facilities and services of rooted android device on your desktop PC. But if you do not wish to tackle all the steps above you can also download the rooted version of BlueStacks from the below link
Download the already rooted BlueStacks

BlueStacks is so popular now a days people are loving it. There are chances that you are using other versions of BlueStacks and BlueStacks Tweaker and want to root your BlueStacks. Or you may want to use other services in BlueStacks. Below is the link of YouTube playlist that has many videos about BlueStacks.
Watch YouTube Playlist about the BlueStacks and BT Tweaker.

Final words to those who wish to root BlueStacks.

BlueStacks is really amazing emulator and you will love it. I am sure if you use it without root it may not give you something like value for money satisfaction. But when you start and root BlueStacks to get the maximum capability and the best Android experience, you will feel great and may also want to root other Android devices you use.

If you have any difficulties and need any assistance please feel free to contact me on my contact page or post your comment down below in the comment section.

Comments (2)

  1. jamir khan Monday, February 17, 2020
  2. Alex Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Leave a Feedback!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.