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[TOOL/ROOT][WIN] BlueStacks MultiTool v1.21r1 (Auto Rooter, Xposed, De-bloater, etc)

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By codelover, Senior Member on 11th December 2013, 10:33 PM
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* This page is for BlueStacks App Player's users, if you have no idea what is BlueStacks, please visit this page.
* If you are using BlueStacks for Mac and looking for root, please try the pre-rooted image instead.


BlueStacks MultiTool


Now, you can have your BlueStacks for Windows rooted automatically in less than 2 minutes!

Follow the instructions below to get started, any suggestions/comments are welcome.
Private message requesting for support will NOT be entertained, please try other rooting method if this tool doesn't work for you.

WARNING: TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK. I am not responsible for any brick or data loss caused by this tool.


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FEATURES OVERVIEW

  1. BlueStacks Auto Rooter / Unlocker
  2. Full Unroot (Helper for BS)
  3. De-bloater (Auto Mode - Disable Only)
  4. De-bloater (Auto Mode - Delete Permanently)
  5. De-bloater (Manual Mode - Disable, Delete, Skip or Re-Enable)
  6. Superuser / SuperSU Installer & Updater (Helper for BS)
  7. Xposed Framework Installer & Updater (Helper for BS)
  8. Apk Installer (Wrapper)
  9. Multi / Mass Apks Installer (Wrapper)
  10. Hosts File Updater / Injector
  11. Build.prop Updater / Injector
  12. Auto Updates Disabler
  13. Dirty Uninstaller
  14. Full Factory Reset

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BASIC REQUIREMENTS

* BlueStacks App Player Beta for Windows 0.7.4.x - 0.8.11.x only.
* Your BlueStacks MUST be able to run smoothly on the system running this tool. (Especially self-rooting)
* And of cause, some free space on your harddisk for temporary storage and backups.

* For detailed requirements of each task / feature, please refer to the requirement section under it's own topic.


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TESTED VERSIONS

Personally tested on the following versions:
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.11.3116 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.10.3096 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.9.3088 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.8.8006 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.7.3066 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.6.3059 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.5.3042 on Win 7 x32 & x64
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.4.3036 on Win 7 x32 & x64
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.3.3026 on Win 7 x32 & x64
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.1.3011 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.7.13.899 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.7.6.802 on Win 7 x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.7.4.788 on Win 7 x32

Users Reported Working Versions :
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.9.3088 on Windows 7, 8.1 x64
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.7.3069 on Windows 7, 8 x64
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.6.3059 on Windows 7 x64
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.4.3036 on Windows 8.1 x32 & x64
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.3.3026 on Windows 8.1 x32 & x64
BlueStacks Beta v0.8.3.3026 on Windows XP x32
BlueStacks Beta v0.7.11.885 on Windows 7 x32

* Feel free to report your working configuration so that i can add to this list.


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DOWNLOADS & CHANGELOG

2013/12/12, BSAutoRooter v1.03 - First public preview version.
2013/12/15, BSAutoRooter v1.04 - Major bug fix & improvement!
2013/12/18, BSAutoRooter v1.04r2 - Added SuperSU installer/updater & unroot helper function.
2013/12/19, BSAutoRooter v1.04r3 - Now ChainsDD Superuser can be used too; Win XP is now supported.
2013/12/29, BSAutoRooter v1.04r5 - Raised time limit to support slower machine; Support BS up to version 0.8.4.
2014/01/14, BS MultiTool v1.05 - Complete overhaul. Now support Xposed, De-bloater, and many more features.
2014/01/19, BS MultiTool v1.05r2 - Added 'Restore Backup' and manual Debloat mode.
2014/01/21, BS MultiTool v1.05r3 - Added Xposed & Superuser Installer/Updater to main menu; Minor bug fix.
2014/01/28, BS MultiTool v1.05r4 - Added 0.8.5 support.
2014/02/08, BS MultiTool v1.05r5 - Added Superuser X support. (Posible fix for AMD Athlon users)
2014/02/09, BS MultiTool v1.05r6 - Fixed a bug in Xposed Installer Helper function, now should works with arm libs too.
2014/02/09, BS MultiTool v1.05r7 - Fixed broken Xposed Installer Helper function since previous release.
2014/02/27, BS MultiTool v1.06 - Added support for non-standard UserData's path; Minor bug fix.
2014/03/12, BS MultiTool v1.06r1 - Added 0.8.7 support.
2014/04/22, BS MultiTool v1.07 - Major release. Added hosts/build.prop updater.
2014/05/09, BS MultiTool v1.20 - Now with express rooting engine; Support up to BS 0.8.9.
2014/05/21, BS MultiTool v1.20r1 - Improved rooting engine; Fixed bug in debloater.
2014/05/24, BS MultiTool v1.20r2 - Added 0.8.10 support; Minor bug fix.
2014/06/29, BS MultiTool v1.21 - Major release. Added few new features. Support BS 0.8.11.
2014/07/03, BS MultiTool v1.21r1 - Bugfix release.


Chainfire SuperSU, Latest (Recommended; Link to official thread)
ChainsDD Superuser v3.2a (Optional; Modded, for BS only; AMD processor users MUST use this)

BlueStacks Offline Installer MSI (Could be useful if you have slow internet connection)
Google Apps Installer for BlueStacks (Installer apk; Can be used to add gapps to your BS)
SkipGraphicsDriverCheck.zip (Self explained: Disable graphic driver check during FE start-up)

BlueStacks 0.8.11.3116.msi - BSMT last supported BS version (141.05 MB) (Mirror #2: d-h.st)
* Note: Official download link for 0.8.11 is gone, above are mirrors; check downloaded file's size before you run it.

BlueStacks Net Blocker v1.03 - Added systray support.
BlueStacks Tweaker v1.5 / BlueStacks Tweaker v3.12 by @AJacobs (Changelog)


WARNING: Direct linking / sharing this rooter program on other forum / file host is NOT permitted.


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COMMONS FAQ (IMPORTANT INFO, PLEASE READ!)

Q: Why this tool? Why should i use this tool instead of other available method to get root for BlueStacks?
A: Well, this tool is a time saver! With this tool, you no longer have to spend minutes to hours DIY rooting or downloading hundreds MB of the pre-rooted images.

Q: How did you come up with this tool?
A: Well, let's just say i got a thought in my head since years ago, wondering "Why would you need another linux to root BS while you already have one that can do the same job? The BlueStacks itself!".

Q: How long it takes to get rooted with this tool?
A: The actual rooting process should take less than 2 minutes to complete, however on slower machine it could takes longer..

Q: I can see Root.fs being resized, and why 320 MB?
A: 320 MB for /system is more than enough for normal users, prior to BS ICS version it give ~167 MB free space! and for ICS you get ~48 MB..

Q: 320 MB for /system is not enough for me, i need to install lots of system apps!
A: Once unlocked, you can use tool like TopoResize to resize Root.fs

Q: I feel that my BS is running slower after rooted using this tool, can i undo or return to stock BS give me?
A: Yes, If you got rooted using this tool, you can use the newly added feature 'Restore Backup' in MultiTool to restore back to stock image.
A: Alternatively, you can also rename the backup file 'Root.fs.BAK' back to 'Root.fs', you can find the backup in one of following folder:
  • %ProgramData%\BlueStacks\Android\ (Vista+)
  • C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\BlueStacks\Android\ (XP)
  • C:\Documents and Settings\{USER}\Application Data\BlueStacks\Android\ (XP)
Q: I would like to use SuperSU instead of the older Superuser, but the tool keep choosing the later one??!
A: The tool auto select the last 'UPDATE-Super*' zip found in the tool folder based on filename sorting.
A: Alternatively, once unlocked with this tool you can simply drag & drop to install your desire superuser app at any time.

Q: My SuperSU stops working properly after it got updated from Google Play Store??!!!
A: DO NOT update Superuser app directly, you are adviced to disable 'Auto Update Apps' feature under Google Play settings menu.
A: Some apps like SuperSU and Xposed cannot be updated using the usual way on BS, use my tool to update instead.

Q: I got an error 'BlueStacks is missing necessary files / features, what should i do?
A: First, make sure your BS is installed and running properly, second, check your security/antivirus software that might block access to file.

Q: I got an error 'Unable to communicate with BlueStacks', what should i do?
A: Certain firewall software such as Comodo, BitDefender will block local connection too, so you must add this tool to it's white-list.

Q: I got an error 'This SuperSU is not compatible with your system' -or- 'No su binary found'! what should i do?
A: Please try to use ChainsDD Superuser provided by this thread (Under downloads section).

Q: I got an error 'Could not complete rooting task #...', 'Timed out while...', what should i do?
A: 1) You are adviced to disconnect from internet temporary prior to running this tool. (Stops apps from (up|down)loading...)
A: 2) Try to remove or kill all unnecessary apps prior to running this tool. (Free some resources)

Q: The tool said rooting was successful, but non of the root apps is working! SuperSU shows 'No SU binary installed' error!
A: At the moment only ChainsDD Superuser has been found working with your APU. (UPDATE-Superuser-v3.2a.zip)

Q: After i ran 'Auto Debloater', my BS shows nothing except black screen, what should i do?
A: Please Install a custom launcher prior to debloating, otherwise you have no launcher when default one get disabled.
A: My personal recommendation is Holo Launcher HD, which seems to works well with BS.

Q: There is no gapps (Google Apps: PlayStore, G+, etc) in my BS after i got rooted with this tool?
A: Please follow THIS instructions to install gapps on your BS.


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TODO IN COMING UPDATES

  • Add option to resize /system according to user input. CANCELLED
  • Add option to update hosts file directly using drag & drop. DONE!
  • Add 'ROM Customizer' function, something like binary-updater.
  • Maybe this too - Multi-Users mode, if there is enough free time. (But i think BS team is going to release this feature anytime soon.)


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CREDITS




WARNING: DO NOT hotlinking or upload these files to other file host / forum. Thank you.
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Feature: #1) BlueStacks Auto Rooter / Unlocker

REQUIREMENTS
  • Untouched system image 'Root.fs' (NOT using any other pre-rooted files.)
  • Must have over 360 MB free space left on your /data partition.

WHAT IT DOES
  • Create a new rewritable /system (Default: Read-only for /system)
  • Resize /system to 320MB (Default: 300MB, but pointless because of the read-only FS)
  • Add Superuser apk & binary of your choice. (Default: limited su binary only)

HOW TO USE

UPDATE: AMD users, skip instructions for step 1 below and download UPDATE-Superuser-v3.2a.zip instead.

1) Download this tool under 'Download' section below and also Chainfire's latest SuperSU.
  • Choose the 'CWM / TWRP / MobileODIN installable ZIP' version.
  • Extract this program and add the downloaded 'UPDATE-SuperSU-*.zip' to the program folder.
  • NOTE: The attached Superuser in this thread is to be used as a fallback only, download SuperSU instead.

2) (Re)Start BlueStacks, wait until it is fully loaded, then run MultiTool and press 1.
  • WARNING: DO NOT stop this tool in the middle of the rooting process.
  • Follow the instructions on the screen carefully.
  • Run this tool as Administrator if your current user account is restricted.
  • Your BlueStacks will be restarted several times to accomplished the tasks, do not close or stop it.
  • For older versions of BlueStacks, press 'Yes' immediately when prompted if you want to Quit.

EXPECTED OUTPUT:


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Feature: #2) Full Unroot Helper for BS

REQUIREMENTS
  • Unlocked/Rooted 'Root.fs' (Prefer Root.fs rooted with this tool, although other pre-rooted should work too)

PURPOSE:
  • This function helps you to further clean your system by removing root related leftover files on system.
  • Could be useful if you need to run apps that check & block your device if your device is rooted.

HOW TO USE

1) Execute 'Unroot / Full Unroot' provided by your Superuser app. (If it is currently installed)
2) Run BS MultiTool, press '2' on main screen and follow the on screen instructions.
  • You may also need remove root related app, just in case the the above mentioned app detects root apps as well.
  • You can verify root status by using app like 'Root Checker', it should shows all RED to indicates root is not available.

EXPECTED OUTPUT:


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Feature: #3,4,5) De-bloater (Bundled Apps Remover)


REQUIREMENTS
  • Unlocked/Rooted 'Root.fs' (If you want to use 'Delete' mode)
  • IMPORTANT: Custom launcher MUST be installed first if you plan to disable/delete default launcher.

AVAILABLE MODES
  • 3) Fully Automated, DISABLE all pre-defined bloat apps.
  • 4) Fully Automated, DELETE all pre-defined bloat apps.
  • 5) Manual Mode - You decide: DELETE, SKIP / ESC, ENABLE, Any other key = DISABLE

NOTES
  • Run this first if you have timed-out problem while rooting, especially for those who running BS on slow & old machine.
  • TIPS: Option '#3) Debloat (Disable Only)' can be executed on stock BS even you have not unlocked/rooted.
  • INFO: Currently there are around 15 pre-defined apps that will be processed by this tool.
  • This list is mostly apps that i don't need or don't use it, and more close to stock feel once custom launcher installed.
  • NOTE: DO NOT use Auto debloat mode if you use/need any of the bundled apps that come with BS.

EXPECTED OUTPUT (AUTO MODE):


EXPECTED OUTPUT (MANUAL MODE):

New in BSMT 1.21: Re-enable disabled bloat app with 'E'.





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Feature: #6) Superuser Installer / Updater for BS

REQUIREMENTS
  • Unlocked/Rooted 'Root.fs' (Prefer Root.fs rooted with this tool, although other pre-rooted should work too)
  • Must have at least 1 MB free space left on your /system partition.
  • Superuser apk of your choice. ('UPDATE-SuperSU-*.zip' or 'UPDATE-Superuser-*.zip')

WHAT IT DOES
  • Allow you to install new Superuser app. (Eg: From ChainsDD's Superuser to Chainfire's SuperSU, and vice versa)
  • Update your existing Superuser app to latest version. (DO NOT update directly through PlayStore!)
  • For ChainsDD superuser, a clean (re)installation will be used, and only the one attached in this thread can be used.
  • For SuperSU, existing installation will be updated, thus your authorized apps database should remains after the update.
  • For a completely clean install, use the 'Full Unroot' feature under SuperSU settings to remove it, then reinstall using this tool.

HOW TO USE
  • Simply drag & drop the latest 'UPDATE-Super*.zip' to this tool & follow the on screen instructions.
  • TIPS: There is no need to run this tool first, simple drag & drop the zip file to program icon in folder.
  • NOTE: If drag & drop is not working properly please use option 'S' under main menu.

EXPECTED OUTPUT:


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Feature: #7) Xposed Framework Installer Helper for BS

REQUIREMENTS
  • Unlocked/Rooted 'Root.fs' (Prefer Root.fs rooted with this tool, although other pre-rooted should work too)
  • Must have at least 1 MB free space left on your /system partition.
  • Xposed Framework Installer apk ('de.robv.android.xposed.installer_*.apk')

HOW TO USE

1) Download rovo89's Xposed Framework Installer APK under it's download section.
  • latest.apk should be renamed automatically by server when you click the link to download.
  • Place downloaded 'de.robv.android.xposed.installer_*.apk' under the same folder with MultiTool.

2) Simply DRAG & DROP 'de.robv.android.xposed.installer_*.apk' to the MultiTool.
  • NOTE: If drag & drop is not working properly please use option 'X' under main menu.
  • You are adviced to disconnect from the internet temporary before running this step.
  • Follow instructions on the screen carefully.


3) Validate Install. (Success or Fail)
  • Once installed, open 'Xposed Installer' to check whether Xposed Framework is working properly.
  • If working your Xposed main page should looks like below. (Without the red warning message under Framework)
  • If failed, your Xposed will looks like below. (Red warning message)
  • If you see this you MUST uninstall the framework or else you won't be able to boot again after BS restart.
  • NOTE: Even app_process & XposedBridge.jar show active versions you MUST uninstall too.
  • Sorry to tell you the Xposed version used will not work for you, ignore step 4 and 5 below.



4) Disable Updates.
  • If successful, open "Xposed Installer" and go to it's [Settings] and UNcheck the [Enable downloads]
  • You are also adviced to disable updates for apps installed on BS under PlayStore settings menu.
  • Warning: DO NOT update or reinstall the framework or else your BS might not be able to start normally again.

5) Install & Activate the Modules.
  • Activate the newly installed modules by ticking the checkbox under [Modules] page.
  • Some modules might need a restart before changes take effect / function properly.


Sample: Module "XhaloFloatingWindow" by @zst123



For more information about Xposed Framework, please visit their respective thread. Modules repo can be found HERE.
Please check whether the module support ICS first before install, module like GravityBox that needs JB+ won't work.


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Feature: #8) Apk Installer (Wrapper)


HOW TO USE

Simply DRAG & DROP ' an .apk to BS MultiTool.
  • NOTE: This function is ONLY needed if your .apk does not get associated with BS properly.
  • TIPS: There is no need to run this tool first, simply drag & drop the apk file to program icon in folder.


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Feature: #9) Multi / Mass Apk Installer (Wrapper)


HOW TO USE

Simply DRAG & DROP ' a folder containing .apk files to BS MultiTool.
  • To those who think the Apk Installer in this tool is useless because you can simply double click the apk to install, now what do you think?
  • TIPS: There is no need to run this tool first, simply drag & drop any dir containing apk files to program icon in folder.
  • NOTE: Only top dir under the dropped dir will be scanned for apk files, files in sub dirs are ignored.


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Feature: #10) Hosts File Updater / Injector

REQUIREMENTS
  • Unlocked/Rooted 'Root.fs' (Prefer Root.fs rooted with this tool, although other pre-rooted should work too)

PURPOSE:
  • This function help you to update/inject your edited hosts file directly to your BS.
  • Could be useful if you need to add custom domain names to resolver or to block ads (Eg: using MoaAB).

HOW TO USE

1) Place your updated 'hosts' file under the same directory with MultiTool.
  • TIPS: To grab a copy of 'hosts' file currently in use by system, create and use an empty 'hosts' file instead.
  • TIPS: You can create multiple hosts profiles by naming it as hosts1, hosts2, hosts3.txt, etc.
  • TIPS: You can easily edit 'hosts' file with any text tool that support unix line ending like Notepad++, etc.
2) Simply drag & drop the 'hosts' file to MultiTool or enter 'H' on main menu.

Retrieving (BlueStacks -> Computer)


Updating (Computer -> BlueStacks)



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Feature: #11) Build.prop Updater / Injector

REQUIREMENTS
  • Unlocked/Rooted 'Root.fs' (Prefer Root.fs rooted with this tool, although other pre-rooted should work too)

PURPOSE:
  • This function help you to update/inject your edited build.prop file directly to your BS.
  • Could be useful if you need to add/change new setting, eg: Change device brand, model, or to add 'ro.sf.lcd_density', etc.

HOW TO USE

WARNING: Use with caution. Wrong edit / invalid build.prop could make your BS unbootable. Use at your own risk.

1) Place your updated 'build.prop' under the same directory with MultiTool.
  • TIPS: To grab a copy of 'build.prop' currently in use by system, create and use an empty 'build.prop' instead.
  • TIPS: You can create multiple build.prop profiles by naming it as build1.prop, build2.prop, etc.
  • TIPS: You can easily edit 'build.prop' file with any text tool that support unix line ending like Notepad++ etc.
2) Simply drag & drop the 'build.prop' file to MultiTool or enter 'B' on main menu.

3) Please do a FULL restart on BlueStacks for the changes to take effect.
  • To do that simply right click BS tray icon and choose [Restart].

Retrieving (BlueStacks -> Computer)


Updating (Computer -> BlueStacks)



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Feature: #12) Auto Updates Disabler

REQUIREMENTS
  • Administrator's right *might* be needed if your current user account is restricted.

PURPOSE:
  • Disable BS auto updater - Keep your current version without update enforcement/notification.
  • Disable Graphic Card driver check - Stop nagging about outdated graphic drivers.
  • TIPS: Updating GPU driver is not a bad idea, but make sure you use latest stable and not beta driver.

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Feature: #13) Dirty Uninstaller

REQUIREMENTS
  • Administrator's right *might* be needed if your current user account is restricted.
  • WARNING: DO NOT use this if you have any Non-BS program that has the word 'Notification Center' in it's name.

PURPOSE:
  • ONLY needed if you have problem reinstalling BlueStacks, not for failed installation, eg: system not supported, compatible issues etc.
  • Fix reinstallation issues by removing ALL registry entries leftover by BlueStacks & Notification Center after uninstallation.
  • Eg: error 'Uh oh - BlueStacks cannot be installed on this PC because you already have this version installed.'
  • Why 'dirty'? Oh well, because this tool has nothing to do with uninstalling the actual program, or removing the files, indeed,
  • ...it stimulate uninstalled effect by tricking the setup program to *think* the program is not installed, even though it's installed.

HOW TO USE:

WARNING: Experimental feature. For expert user only, use with caution and try at your own risk.

1) Run your BlueStacks Built-In uninstaller from Control Panel.
  • NOTE: You will also need to uninstall 'Notification Center' which is also a BS program.
  • TIPS: You can also use your favorite helper program such as Revo Uninstaller, CCleaner, etc to uninstall.

2) Start BSMT and press '7' to start Dirty Uninstaller.
  • You will be given an option to continue or abort. To abort you can simply close the program window.
Confirm Cleaning
  • If you choose to continue, the cleaning will begin.
Cleaning
  • NOTE: The tool will try to create a registry backup for entries that will be removed. (RegistryBackup.reg)
  • TIPS: The backup can be found under the same dir with BSMT, double click the registry file and answer YES to restore.
RegistryBackup

3) Once completed, restart your computer and delete any left over files found in:
  • %TEMP%\bst*
  • %ProgramFiles%\BlueStacks\*
  • %ProgramFiles(x86)%\BlueStacks\*
  • %ProgramData%\BlueStacks\*
  • -OR- your customized installation/data path.

4) You may now retry to install BlueStacks, using offline installer is preferable & recommended.


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Feature: #14) Full Factory Reset

REQUIREMENTS
  • Administrator's right *might* be needed if your current user account is restricted.

PURPOSE:
  • If you tried the 'Factory Reset' in your running BS you should have know that it didn't work as expected.
  • With this tool you can stimulate a factory reset effect similar to clearing your data/sdcard partitions.
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HOW TO USE:

WARNING: Experimental feature. For expert user only, use with caution and try at your own risk.

1) Backup your apps & data, sync your contacts, messages, settings, etc.
  • NOTE: All apps that were installed after BS first start will be deleted, including it's shortcut on Windows.

2) Prepare needed apk files to be reinstalled, eg: custom launcher, GApps Installer, etc.
  • I recommend Holo Launcher HD, works well with both BS 0.7 & 0.8. (Need some customization to make it looks nice)
  • TIPS: Link to download gapps installer (Play Store, Play Services) can be found in first post.

3) Start BSMT and press 'F' to start Full Factory Reset.
  • You will be given an option to continue or abort. To abort you can simply close the program window.
Confirm Cleaning
  • Next, you will be given an option whether to backup existing data or not, please decide wisely!
  • INFO: If your data/sdcard are full the backup could takes 16GB!! Make sure you have enough space!
  • Once you have chosen the backup option the actual reset will begin.
  • Default unrooted state will be restored for BS v0.8.11 and above, for other versions, root will be kept.
  • TIPS: If you ran debloater before and deleted default BS launcher, you might get black screen on first boot,
  • ... to solve that, simply drop your custom launcher apk file to BSMT to install and get back your HOME screen.
Resetting
  • If you have chosen to create backup, the backup path will be given when the reset job done, please copy it down.
  • TIPS: You can copy & paste the path in your address bar to navigate to the backup dir.
  • Please delete any backup that is no longer needed to save some space.

4) Once completed, you may start your BlueStacks.
  • INFO: The first boot after reset will take much longer than usual to boot as files need to be copied.
  • If first boot failed, please restart your computer and try to start BS again.
  • If somehow the reset did not work and your BS could not be started, please restore from backup manually.

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hi there,

very interested in this project since I'm running macro on a game everyday.

when i tried to use your tool to root, it says "ERROR: Could not comlete rooting task #1" in red words

i'm using 0.8.3.3026, win7 x64 already used adminiatrator right.

hopefully this can be resolved

much thanks!
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Originally Posted by pakudaboy

hi there,

very interested in this project since I'm running macro on a game everyday.

when i tried to use your tool to root, it says "ERROR: Could not comlete rooting task #1" in red words

i'm using 0.8.3.3026, win7 x64 already used adminiatrator right.

hopefully this can be resolved

much thanks!

Same here. Windows 8.1 x64. Ran as admin.
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Hey guys, sorry if you tried the first version but it didn't work for you.

There was a big mistake in the earlier release which i believe has caused ALL version to fail during the root process.
It wasn't my code didn't work but the bug was caused by the optimization engine & configuration i used, apologize for that.

With the 1.04 release the problem should have been fixed, also tested on Windows 7 x64, it should work just fine even without Administrator right.
But as i said the program is still under early beta stage so please feel free to report any bug, if you get error message when rooting, please let me know the last message before the error message so i can do follow up.

Also appreaciate if you can report your successful rooted version.

Thank you.
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16th December 2013, 12:39 AM |#6  
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Hey guys, sorry if you tried the first version but it didn't work for you.

There was a big mistake in the earlier release which i believe has caused ALL version to fail during the root process.
It wasn't my code didn't work but the bug was caused by the optimization engine & configuration i used, apologize for that.

With the 1.04 release the problem should have been fixed, also tested on Windows 7 x64, it should work just fine even without Administrator right.
But as i said the program is still under early beta stage so please feel free to report any bug, if you get error message when rooting, please let me know the last message before the error message so i can do follow up.

Also appreaciate if you can report your successful rooted version.

Thank you.

Thanks for creating this little tool. Will test the new version now and report back. Your work is really appreciated

EDIT: Amazing! v1.04 rooted my BlueStacks v0.8.3 successfully on Windows 8.1 x64. Thanks a million!
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Awesome! Rooted on BS 8.3 on windows 8.1 x32 bit! Thank you much for doing this!
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Ok, this might sound like a strange request but... is there a way to fully unroot BlueStacks? The reason I ask is because in order to check my companies corporate email I have to use a third party app called AirWatch and even with a stock/clean BlueStacks install it detects it as being rooted as do other root checking apps like "Root Checker" by joeykrim for example. Anyways a way to do the opposite of what this currently does would be amazeballs for me.
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Ok, this might sound like a strange request but... is there a way to fully unroot BlueStacks? The reason I ask is because in order to check my companies corporate email I have to use a third party app called AirWatch and even with a stock/clean BlueStacks install it detects it as being rooted as do other root checking apps like "Root Checker" by joeykrim for example. Anyways a way to do the opposite of what this currently does would be amazeballs for me.

Surprisingly joeykrim's Root Checker is one of the root checker that correctly detects BS as a 'rooted' device.
The fact is BS does come pre-rooted even since the GB versions of it, only that you have limited access due to read-only /system.

While doing a FULL unroot is very easy once you get fully rooted with unlocked /system, the problem still lies on the AirWatch app itself.
It's unknown how the 'compromised' detection works, there could be an emulator detection as well, who knows.

Perhaps i can try to include a full unroot function when i convert this tool to multi-functions utility.
But as a reminder, doing so might against their/your companies rules. (Either faking device rooted status or running in emulator)
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Surprisingly joeykrim's Root Checker is one of the root checker that correctly detects BS as a 'rooted' device.
The fact is BS does come pre-rooted even since the GB versions of it, only that you have limited access due to read-only /system.

While doing a FULL unroot is very easy once you get fully rooted with unlocked /system, the problem still lies on the AirWatch app itself.
It's unknown how the 'compromised' detection works, there could be an emulator detection as well, who knows.

Perhaps i can try to include a full unroot function when i convert this tool to multi-functions utility.
But as a reminder, doing so might against their/your companies rules. (Either faking device rooted status or running in emulator)

I don't think there is any emulator detection since I doubt the AirWatch folks bothered to code that in for the 0.000001% of us trying to run this draconian crap within Windows so we can avoid having our personal devices/privacy totally invaded simply because we need to check our company email. If it was a company issued phone/tablet then sure do whatever but it's not so... yea that's getting off topic a bit. As for the 'compromised" issue it specifically states that it is compromised because of being rooted. Company policy isn't restricting what devices are used it just mandates that they be Android 3.0 or later and not rooted.

Anyways, thanks first for the root tool, which is very helpful, and second for taking the time to respond and consider my request.
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New Update - BlueStacks Auto Rooter v1.04 revision 2
I am glad to announce that BS Auto Rooter has reach another milestone, v1.04r2 will brings below new functionality:
+ SuperSU Installer / Updater
+ Full Unroot Helper

Refer post #2 for more info.

@voluptuary , if that doesn't work you're probably out of luck. :X
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