(Last Updated On: March 30, 2017)

While the WinDroid toolkit is now updated to unlock, root and install a custom recovery on the Blu Studio 5, it’s the KingRoot tool you want to check out to root the BLU Dash M smartphone.

Here’s how to root the BLU Dash M using the universal one-click rooting tool we call KingRoot:

BLU Dash M

Related Reading: KingRoot: A Reliable One-Click Rooting Tool That Works On A Great Many Android Devices

Files You Need

  1. Download the KingRoot one-click rooting tool directly to your computer.
  2. Those of you who do not have a computer can install the APK file directly on the device by using a File manager and clicking the link from the BLU smartphone. We are showing you how to transfer the file from the Windows PC because it’s the safest method to transfer the file.

Rooting the BLU Dash M

  1. Download the one-click rooting tool to the computer and shift it over to the desktop.
  2. Connect your BLU Dash M smartphone to the computer using the USB cable you would usually use to charge the Dash M’s battery.
  3. Copy the KingRoot universal one-click rooting file over to the root of the SD card internal storage. The root of the Dash M’s SD card means do not hide it in a sub folder.
  4. Unplug your Dash M device from the computer.
  5. Open a File Manager and install your new KingRoot app.
  6. Open the KingRoot app from the Dash M’s app drawer.
  7. Tap on the large button the apps main page that suggests getting root.
  8. Wait for the progress bar to reach 100% and for the app to let you know that it had success rooting your device before continuing.
  9. Exit the one-click rooting app and reboot your BLU device manually by pressing the Power buttons.
  10. Open the Google Play Store and check if your BLU Dash M’s rooted by installing the Root Checker app.
  11. Open the Root Checker app and agree to grant the application Superuser access if requested. It should now check your root status.

In conclusion, that is how to root the BLU Dash M smartphone when it is running on the Android 5.0 Lollipop software updates. The rooting method uses the universal one-click rooting tool out of China named KingRoot, and it places the KingUser on the smartphone to work similar to how SuperSU works. Instead of the SuperSU granting the rooting permissions of apps, it is the KingUser. You can install all of the same root apps like the Titanium backup app and expect them to work. Anyone who needs some ideas can check out the best root apps for Android article we made and take a look at some names you might be interested in using.