Android in simple terms means freedom. Freedom on Android comes because of the open-source nature of this OS. Android’s expandable nature has made it the most popular mobile operating system in the world. Android can be customised in a thousand ways. The real power of an Android gadget lies within the root access. Once you have rooted your Android powered device, you are all set to tinker it and apply the tweaks of your choice.
Root solutions keep rolling out for all the Android smartphones which come out of the curtains every now and then. You can also emulate Android OS on your computer using various emulators and you can also root these emulators. Not all the Android emulators are root-able. The simplest and the best Android emulator in this aspect is the BlueStacks.
There is a pre-rooted version of the original BlueStacks emulator available. The pre-rooted version of the BlueStacks is an install and run. BlueStacks has evolved in BlueStacks 2, but fortunately, we have kept the rooted BlueStacks in our repository and you can still get your hands on it. By installing the rooted BlueStacks, you can install applications like Lucky Patcher. Other options are to install Root Explorer and Titanium Backup on your BlueStacks to take your Android experience to an entirely different level on your computer.
you have to do is to go ahead, download the Rooted BlueStacks, install it and start running it. Pretty simple, isn’t it? Well, let’s get to the work now.
Download and install Rooted BlueStacks
- Uninstall any previous version of BlueStacks if installed. This will be installed as a new emulator, so you should wipe off the previous installations.
- Download the pre-rooted BlueStacks app player now.
- Run the setup and install the rooted BlueStacks app player.
- Now in the newly installed BlueStacks, install Root Checker application and verify root access.
- After successful verification, you can install root applications and give it a full swing.