Showing posts from August, 2017

How to root Bluestacks 2 and 3 using BlueStacks Tweaker 2

Bluestacks devs turned off root mode and patched some vulnerabilites preventing any root apps from rooting Bluestacks 2.5.x and up, but there is still a hole that allows an external tool to enable root/unroot bluestacks using BSTweaker 2 very easly. Download BlueStacks Tweaker 2 by Anatoly79 from XDA: Extract the files in the directory you want to extract Run Bluestacks 2 or 3 Open BSTweaker2.exe. Click "Helpers" tab. Click on Patch beside "Root for Bluestacks" to enable root Root is enabled. Enjoy using root apps without superuser app If you want to disable root, open BSTweaker2.exe and click Unpatch Watch video tutorials by Anatoly How to Root BlueStacks 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 in one click How to Root BlueStacks 3.7 with BSTweaker 2 and SuperSU 2.82

How to make rainbow text in Unity games

A guy in FB kept trying to ask me how to make colored text or colored FONTS.TTF blah blah in Unity game like Philly made in Racing games. TTF file can't have colors in it, It just a font file. Isn't he an idiot? I decided to research but i couldn't find anything useful. Coding that way is too complicated I guess... I came with an idea that I could make rainbow text using <color> tag like I did in BB code in forums, and i just found a HTML rainbow text generator tool that can be used. Ok let's get started. I'm no coding expert so i'll teach you the lazy method to make colored text look like rainbow in Unity editor. Install Unity and create a new project. I won't explain how to do that. There are lot of tutorials how to use Unity. Create a new script from the Create menu at the top left of the Project panel or by selecting Assets > Create > C# Script from the main menu Visit