BlueStacks Save Files Location

BlueStacks Save Files Location

BlueStacks Save Files Location – BlueStacks and Windows (PC) locations, the shared folders and how to Transfer files

BlueStacks Save Files Location – Windows & Bluestacks

Normally what you will be interested in is finding the files in Windows, on your PC, but there is also a shared folder in BlueStacks


BlueStacks Windows Save Files Location: There are 3 possible paths:

  • C:/BlueStacks/Engine/UserData/SharedFolder
  • C:/ProgramData/BlueStacks/Engine/UserData/SharedFolder
  • C:/BlueStacksData/Bluestacks/UserData/SharedFolder


BlueStacks Save Files Location: Find the shared folder in this path:

  • /sdcard/windows/BstSharedFolder

If you can’t access the BstSharedFolder folder, install ES File Explorer to access

BlueStacks Save Files Location – Transfer Files

If you are going to transfer files regularly and both ways, use the manual method. If you only want to transfer files from PC to BlueStacks once, try the second method

Manual Method

It is the easiest method to transfer files between BlueStacks and PC in both ways using shared folders. Just place the files in these folders

  • Trasnfer files from PC to BlueStacks:
    • C:/BlueStacks/Engine/UserData/SharedFolder
    • C:/ProgramData/BlueStacks/Engine/UserData/SharedFolder
    • C:/BlueStacksData/Bluestacks/UserData/SharedFolder
  • Trasnfer files from BlueStacks to PC: /sdcard/windows/BstSharedFolder

PC to BlueStacks

This method only works to transfer files from your PC to BlueStacks

Launch BluStacks > Open BlueStacks settings > Click Import Windows Files > Click Proceed > Select one or multiple (by holding Ctrl) files > Click open

About BlueStacks

BlueStacks is an American technology company known for the BlueStacks App Player and other cloud-based cross-platform products. The BlueStacks App Player is designed to enable Android applications to run on PCs running Microsoft Windows and Apple’s macOS

Like any emulator, BlueStacks creates a virtual version of an Android device that runs in a window on your computer. It doesn’t look exactly like an Android device, but it resembles a phone’s screen well enough that even a first-time user should have no trouble using it.

BlueStacks is free to download, install, and use. While you can use BlueStacks to run almost any Android app (it’s compatible with about 97% of the apps in the Google Play Store), the app has found its largest audience with Android users who want to play mobile games on their desktop computer.

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