Looking to get a better keyboard out of your BLU Studio 6.0 HD smartphone? Once you get root access to that internal system of your device, you can install applications like the Keyboard Manager. With that keyboard Manager installed, you can switch between your favorite keyboards depending on what you want to do.

These are the guidelines to root the BLU Studio 6.0 HD running on the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat update:

BLU Studio 6.0 HD

Files You Need

  1. Download the KingRoot one click rooting application for your BLU Studio 6.0 HD smartphone from here.
  2. Note that your BLU Studio 6.0 HD device does not need an unlocked bootloader to follow this guide. The rooting exploit will work well with a locked bootloader. Just remember to unlock the bootloader if you are installing a custom recovery like TWRP Recovery or CyanogenMod Recovery. You may brick your device if you forget.
  3. We only recommend running Android 4.4.2 KitKat updates to use this guide. Any version of 4.4.2 should work fine. It also might work for future software updates like Lollipop if your device were to ever be so lucky, but we suggest finding a new guide if there are any during that time.

Rooting the BLU Studio 6.0 HD running Android 4.4.2 KitKat updates

  1. Download the KingRoot app directly to your computer and copy the file over to the root of the SD card. Now learn how to install APK files with a File Manager to get the app on your device. Alternatively, you can open the web browser application directly from your BLU Studio 6.0 smartphone and install the APK direct that way.
  2. Once you all have the KingRoot application, open your app drawer and tap on the icon to open the KingRoot app.
  3. Look for the big button on the first page of the app that suggests rooting your device and tap your finger over the same.
  4. Wait a few minutes for the progress bar to reach 100% and then it should give you the success message, saying your device has passed and is now rooted.
  5. Close the KingRoot application and navigate to your Power Options and choose the option to reboot the device.

Now that your  BLU Studio handset is rebooted, you can open your Google Play Store application and start installing your root-requiring applications like the Keyboard Manager app we listed above.

Moreover, anyone looking to unroot a device can learn how to remove the KingUser app and return to the stock ROM.




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