To enhance that experience even more, many have chosen to root their devices. Why? It’s the same reason you chose an Android over an iPhone, iPad or WP7 phone= Choice. If you overclocked your home PC and now want to do the same to your android, root it. If you want to show the world cool screenshots of your wallpaper and widgets, root it. If you work in tech and need to do heavyduty Network Penetration Testing, root it.
Of course there is a negative side to rooting you phone. This allows every app on your phone even more leeway than before. If you accidentally/on purpose install questionable software, prepare for extra minutes, texts and money to flow out of your bank accounts.
So, how do you root the Blu Studio 5.3? Well this method won’t work on Windows XP or Linux(I’ve tried). So far the easiest way is to download Super One Click from the link below on Windows 7. After install click the advanced tab and select the alternative blah blah blah box(the name changes per operating system). Next make sure your phone is in debug mode. Plug it into your PC without connecting the file transfer option. Click the root button on Super One Click. Less than a minute and a couple of clicks later…. You are ROOTED!!!! Tell me, how does it feel?
Click here SuperOneClick | shortfuse.org.