Getting root permission on an Android device is basically getting control to do anything on that machine. In what concerns here, to be root in the BLU Studio X Plus fortunately you do not need any technical knowledge. It can be achieved with a few taps on the screen ..
Root BLU Studio X Plus with KingRoot
To root the BLU Studio X Plus you just have to install an application called KingRoot . Since your original kingroot.net website no longer opens, you have to Google and download its APK file. Then tap on that file to install . If the installation is blocked , it is probably necessary to enable installation from unknown sources in the Android system settings.
Once installed, run the app. In it you will find a «Root» option , which you have to touch to start this process. It should only take around 5-10 minutes . When complete, a prompt will appear stating that root has been successfully obtained..
The way to check if the computer is rooted correctly is to download the Root Checker application . With a touch you can find out if the cell phone is rooted or not.
Super SU, in case root has not been obtained
It is quite likely that the Root Checker app says that there is NO root on the device . The solution in this case is to download and install one more application: Super SU, which will also have to be searched on Google . Run the application and when the prompt to install binaries appears , do it. If you get an error after the process, it doesn't matter..
Then check the root again with the Root Checker application. This time it should show that the root has been successfully obtained .
Tested on Android KitKat
The Blu Studio X Plus was successfully rooted with KingRoot as indicated. It is very important to say that the phone had the Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system at the time of rooting. The phone has already downloaded the update to Android 5 (Lollipop) and is ready to install. But that will not be done because, being rooted, it may become unusable if such an update is applied .
KingRoot is a dangerous application , as we said in an update to this article . Although the root is successful and the phone works fine , this application installs malware, adware and gains too much control over the device, considering the permissions it gets. The worst of all is that it protects itself so that it cannot be uninstalled by the user. And if you could somehow get rid of it, it seems that not all the changes you make to the phone are reversible.
Unfortunately, KingRoot is apparently the only solution that works to root the BLU Studio X Plus. We have tried other alternatives such as Framaroot or TowelRoot and they have not worked.
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