21. november 2015

[Tutorial] How to root Bluestacks using Kingroot app



BlueStacks App Player:
BlueStacks HD App Player Pro is a plateform that allows you to run applications, including games written for OS Android – on desktops, laptops and tablets and also this package contains all files to install it offline. This is a special program that uses a technology called LayerCake, which provides the correct environment for running applications for ARM-Android on a computer running Windows. Get Root (right super – user).
After you install BlueStacks on your Windows PC, you can download directly from the program needed Android-app, without having to use the Android-based smartphone. BlueStacks looks pretty neat and fits naturally into the interface Windows.

Requirements!
To run 3D games need support virtualization technology Intel® VT-x or AMD-V ™
To install the BlueStacks need a video card that supports OpenGL 2.0 or later
To start BlueStacks need about 1GB of RAM, otherwise you run the risk of “infinite loading”.
For optimum performance, BlueStacks is highly desirable to update your graphics card drivers
NVIDIA – (WHQL – certified, stable drivers. Beta – unstable, but can increase in speed)
AMD RADEON – (Download drivers – Category components: Desktop / Notebook Graphics)
INTEL – (family of products: graphics adapters)

Features List:
Run Android applications in full-screen and not only.
Through the cloud download your application from the phone to Windows.
In 16 player preinstalled applications and you can play them if there is no number.
Ability to set an unlimited number of applications.
Ability to play 3D games (cache).
You can set a home screen (Launcher) to replace the standard, etc.
Sync with your Android device will allow you to make calls, send SMS, take pictures and more.
Has a lot of settings and system settings Android (Although they are slightly trimmed)
Knows how to install applications from a computer at the touch of them
Ability to obtain Root (full access to the file system, etc.)
You can set Google Play, simply speaking market.
BlueStacks great friends with ADB is a very big plus, if you really want, you can change the firmware.
Ability to turn in FastBoot and Recovery.
BluesStacks has virtual disk, such as SD Card, Data, and a few others. Which again gives you the opportunity to do a lot of “body” motions with it and enjoy all its charms.

How to Install?
Run given app as an administrator

Just wait and follow the instructions during installation of setup into your PC

After Completing the installation; Bluestacks will automatically launch; just select some options which will appear on screen

That’s it. Now run your all apps which supports the Android 4.4.2 and earlier

How to Root BlueStacks using Kingroot app:


Download Nova Launcher from play store because it is better than Bluestacks launcher

Double-click on the .apk file to install an app into Bluestacks

Open Kingroot app and start rooting. It will take few seconds (10-15 seconds).

Bluestacks is now fully rooted.

Important. Do not open an app which asks you to restart the device. Pressing restart will UNROOT Bluestacks and semi-root exploit will be gone

Now close Bluestacks

Reboot your computer

Open Bluestacks and the Bluestacks is now permanent rooted

Tested on:
0.10.7.5601
0.10.0.4321
0.9.34.3278


How to Root BlueStacks using SuperSU app (may not work):


Open the SuperSU app from app drawer

SuperSU will ask you to update SU-binaries. Press "Continue" and press "Normal"

Important. Do not press "Reboot". It will UNROOT Bluestacks and semi-root exploit will be gone which makes you hard to root Bluestacks again.

Now close Bluestacks

Reboot your computer

Open Bluestacks and the Bluestacks is now permanent rooted

Tested on:
0.9.34.3278 (failed. it unroot after restart)

What is the difference between semi-root and full-root?
Semi-root: Semi-root is a security vulnerability (founded by iAndroHackerDK) that existed on Bluestacks since 0.9.0 (official version) was released but it has limited access to all files and commands. Some apps will not work without Superuser app like Titanium Backup, Lucky Patcher, etc. The semi-root vulnerability has not been patched yet so Bluestacks can be rooted with Kingroot!

Full-root: For many computer operation systems the root (administrator or superuser) account is a special user with complete access to all files and commands. In the context of Android, root access allows the user to have complete control over the device. Users with root access can cause damage and caution should be used.

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