BLU Studio G is one of the best BLU devices and it’s not long since it was released but peoples are getting more attracted to it then any of the Samsung Android Phones and that proves the quality of this Android phone.The first thing an Android user thinks after buying a device is rooting and I am sure you all must be searching for a tutorial on how to root BLU Studio G and how to gain root access on your BLU Studio G.
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- Download and Install KingRoot as Normal apk on your smartphone.
- Now Open kingroot app
- It will take some time to root the phone.
- Finish, Now Reboot Your Device and Enjoy Root Rights.
Now your BLU Studio G has been rooted and once your device reboots you will find KingUser in the app drawer and it means that your Studio G has been rooted. Optional you can Download and install Root Checker Application from the Play Store and verify the root status manually.
So now you know how to root Blu Studio G but if you are having problems rooting your device and have any question to ask feel free to ask in comments and we will be there to help you.