Learn How to Root Bluestacks 3 Latest Version 2018 and Install SuperSU on your PC.
Bluestacks is a populare PC android Emulator to RUN Android apps on Windows or Mac. With BlueStacks, you can play Android games and run android apps as well on your PC
How to Root Bluestacks 2018
Below are the steps to root Bluestack 3 and enable Bluestack 3 root access.
To begin with, you will need to download and install BlueStacks on your Windows PC. Do not that BlueStacks offline installer download size is around 325MB and its installation process is hassle-free. Once you have BlueStacks installed, go ahead and log in with your Google account to enable you access (the already baked in) Play Store and install apps with no fuss.
Now you will want to check whether your BlueStacks is rooted or not. So head over to “My Apps” >> “System Apps” and open Google Play Store. From here, search for Root Check and install it.
Now open the app after installation and grant permissions if prompted. Once you’re done, click on “verify root” and you’ll get a message that your BlueStacks is not rooted.
Download and Unzip BlueStacks Tweaker
Next up, we’ll need to download the latest version of BlueStacks tweaker. BlueStacks tweaker is simply a program or tool that can be used to modify and root BlueStacks with ease. So simply minimize the BlueStacks program and make sure it’s running in the background. Now head over to xda-developers and download BlueStacks Tweaker 4. Then extract the zip file using winrar and launch the BlueStacks tweaker program.
Now it’s time to get your BlueStacks rooted. So go ahead and open the BlueStacks program you minimized before followed by BlueStacks tweaker. Then on BlueStacks tweaker, click on Full Stop BS to force kill all the running services related to BlueStacks.
Once the services are stopped, head over to the “Helpers” tab and click on the Unlock (multi) button next to Root for BlueStacks. This will instantly unlock the patch and unpatch options.
Next up, head back to BlueStacks tweaker “Main” tab and click on the Start BS button This will automatically make the patch and unpatch options accessible and will also start the BlueStacks program.
Now simply go back to the “Helpers” tab on BlueStacks tweaker, then click on the Patch button and wait for a few seconds to complete the rooting process.
Now go to “My Apps” on BlueStacks and open root check. From here, you’ll see that your BlueStacks rooted. That’s it, you can now close the BlueStacks tweaker.
Your BlueStacks rooted right? But there’s one crucial thing left to be done, in other to grant root access to apps that needs it. So we’ll need to install SuperSU. To get this one going, simply open BlueStacks and go to ‘My Apps’ >> “System Apps”. From here, fire up Google Play Store then search for SuperSU and install it.
Now open SuperSU and click on the “Start” button. From here, click “Continue” from the pop-up to update the SU binary. On the next screen you will get a pop-up asking you how you will like to install the SU binary. Simply click on “Normal”.
Now wait for the installation process to complete and you will see another pop-up asking you to reboot your device. Simply click “Ok” to this message and exit SuperSU.
Now open “root check” and grant super user request. Then you’ll see that your BlueStacks is properly rooted.
Test Root Access