BlueStacks updated its only emulator to version 2.0 around 2 months ago. The new BlueStacks 2 comes with loads of new features. Before the features comes a new beautiful UI. BlueStacks 2 offers a flat and fancy UI. It’s easy to use and it’s pretty cool as well. BlueStacks 2 brings new features like a new toolbar on the left side that allows you to control your whole BlueStacks app player. The new customised controls allow you to set your desired controls for any particular application. Installing APKs has been made much more easy using the simple APK button in the toolbar and even copying the files from your Windows PC to BlueStacks 2 isn’t hard at all. All this can be done by simply accessing the options available in the toolbar on the left side of your BlueStacks 2. It also offers multi-tasking capabilities. Switching between applications on BlueStacks has never been this much easy earlier. On BlueStacks 2, you can run multiple Android games and applications in parallels and switch between them on the go.
BlueStacks was the primary choice for Android freaks who always wanted to enjoy their favourite Android games on a bigger screen of a WindowS PC or a Mac. With BlueStacks 2, this gaming appetite has increased and this experience has been made much more awesome. A rooted version of BlueStacks was available which would let the Android geeks enjoy some root specific applications on the Android emulator running inside their PC. But if you have updated to BlueStacks 2 now, you will definitely miss using those root applications as long as you do not get root access on your newly installed BlueStacks 2. The good news is, it’s easily possible to root BlueStacks 2 and you won’t have to wait at all to run your root apps on this Android app player.
In this guide we will take you through a step-by-step guide to root your BlueStacks 2 app player. We will root BlueStacks 2 using Kingroot, which is a great application for rooting any Android application without the help of any dependencies. Once we’ve rooted BlueStacks 2 using Kingroot, we will help you to replace Kinguser by SuperSU as well. Let’s begin with the procedure now.
How To Root BlueStacks 2 App Player
- Download and install BlueStacks 2 App Player for PC.
- Download Kingroot APK file on your PC which has the BlueStacks 2 app player installed.
- Now double click on the Kingroot APK file in order to install it in BlueStacks 2.
- Once installed, open Kingroot from the app drawer in your BlueStacks 2.
- As Kingroot opens up, click on the Android logo situated in the center.
- This will look for an exploit to root your virtual Android device and root it.
- Once this process has finished, close your BlueStacks 2 app player and open it once again.
- Congratulations. You’re on a rooted BlueStacks 2 now.
- Download and install Root Checker application from the Google Play Store to verify root access on your BlueStacks 2.
How To Replace KingRoot by SuperSU in BlueStacks 2
- Download Super Sume APK file on your PC.
- Double click the Super Sume APK file to install it via BlueStacks 2.
- Once installed, open Super Sume in BlueStacks 2 through the app drawer.
- Click on the blue button appearing in Super Sume application. Click on this button and grant root access. Follow on-screen instructions to move ahead. Click on the button once again when it asks.
- Super Sume will automatically uninstall KingRoot and all of its constituents from your BlueStacks 2.
- Once Super Sume has wiped off KingRoot from your device, it will start installing SuperSU.
- The application will install SuperSU and you will be given a notification on the screen.
- Once done, enjoy your desired root specific applications on rooted BlueStacks 2. That’s all.