Feeling very sorry for you at this moment! .... I think you and I may be the only ones with the Blu Studio 6.0 HD and wishing for a way to root. I see a few comments about how this can be attempted from the suggestion here http://playfuldroid.com/how-to-root-...0-hd-tutorial/
but unfortunately, the same issues you have outlined of Chinese showing up after the attempt are listed at the source of the "how to" of how it is (apparently not) done.
The short answer is that I don't know if that will work or not. I am not certain why more techies are not experimenting with these Blu Studio 6.0 HD phones. They are under $200 now and personally after a day playing with the device, it seems really nice. I personally have no idea how to export a ROM from a phone that is not rooted and although I have just purchased one unaltered that I would love to share the ROM with you for backup, I simply don't know how to do that.
Blu creates a sad story of how they are too busy giving us great low prices to provide us documentation for the their products online (or in the brief guides they distribute with their products) and too busy to answer questions or resolve issues sent to their help line. I did notice, however, that in matter of minutes the Blu (BluProducts Inc) Google page for their technical support https://plus.google.com/communities/...5-f630d5e1ccb4
the moderator was able to take down 3 posts that I made criticizing their products and in a matter of just a few minutes. So if you want the people at Blu to see your issue and take action, you might at least key in the problem there where they will make note of it hopefully, just prior to deleting anyone's concern over their products which might meet the public eye.
I did own the Blu Studio 5.5s for a brief period a couple of months ago and Framaroot worked flawlessly on that model but I spoke with the Framaroot support and they offered no hope that the Studio 6.0 was in the plan soon. As of Framaroot 1.9.3, there is no support for the Blu Studio 6.0 HD. Note that I returned my Blu Studio 5.5s because the wi-fi stopped working during the first 30 days of ownership but otherwise I was happy with the phone while I considered zero support would be available from Blu. In fact I was very happy, that is until the wifi failed. The root was flawless as well.
My primary experience with Blu support is leaving a comment on the noted Google page outlining the bad design of the microSD card holder of the Blu Studio 5.5s and requesting they document online for people who were not familiar with the latches how to slide the microSD latch downward to unlock before the metal band would fold upward to release the card. Complaint: Deleted
I also opened a concern with them saying that their secrecy with their ROM and OS was unwarranted and they could build a much grander user following by providing ROMs and customizable code for the technical community rather than keeping it under wraps. This idea is based on that they have one of the smallest customized Androids offerings on the market. Suggestion: Deleted
Then I went on to write up the procedure for removing their back cover and all the steps for successfully removing the back without damaging the finish on the phone. Suggestion: Deleted
So in short, as long as everything is working, we can enjoy our Blu phones but just don't expect that you'll be getting a great deal of help from them. About the only hope looks like we can wait until someone sends the Framaroot support a 6.0 HD to experiment with. But that's worst case. I'll add this post to my email alerts for now, hopefully awaiting good news on your fix and a future root for the Blu Studio 6.0 HD that will actually work and not turn all your menus to Chinese
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Looks like the same change to Chinese menu vRoot software is being advertised for the possible clone you have mentioned, the Xolo Q2500: http://androidxda.com/root-xolo-q2500